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Best Bracelet Quotes

Bracelet Quotes

  • Good memories are like charms…Each is special. You collect them, one by one, until one day you look back and discover they make a long, colorful bracelet.

    James Patterson
  • It takes all the fun out of a bracelet if you have to buy it yourself.

    Peggy Hopkins Joyce
  • A kiss on the hand may feel very, very good, but a diamond and sapphire bracelet lasts forever.

    Anita Loos
  • I tend not to wear accessories. I’m not one of those gals with a drawerful of amazing jewelry. I don’t even have my ears pierced! But I have one bracelet that never comes off my wrist.

    Rachael Taylor
  • I used to collect charms and bracelets.

    Natalie Grant
  • A man can please his wife with a box of candy, surprise her with a bouquet of flowers, and make her suspicious with a gold bracelet.

    Sam Ewing
  • In two decades I’ve lost a total of 789 pounds. I should be hanging from a charm bracelet.

    Erma Bombeck
  • The bracelet says ‘Fear Nothing.’ It was given to me by my friends, and it was made for me and my friends during the period of time that I was going through chemotherapy. And I still wear it, because it’s a great reminder of friendship and how my buddies and others came together in my time of need.

    Joe Lhota
  • Look at me, with my pretty bracelet and tiara… I’m a f****n’ princess!

    Gerard Way
  • I love jewelry – rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, you name it.

    Sofia Vergara
  • I curl up, make myself smaller, try to disappear entirely. Wrapped in silence, I slide my bracelet that reads ‘mentally disoriented’ around and around my wrist.

    Suzanne Collins
  • Each of the bracelets I wear is from a long trip I’ve taken. One is from Nicaragua. One is from Nepal. One is from Guatemala. One is from Laos. They don’t come off. I walk into a lot of very high-level boardrooms now, and I present to distinguished conferences, but these bracelets remind me of the places I’ve been and the people I’ve met.

    Adam Braun
  • If you see me, I’m always wearing black and pink. If I don’t have it on, I at least have something that’s black and pink. For instance, like, a bracelet or something.

    Diana DeGarmo
  • Procrastination is the best action against putting an ankle bracelet on future.

    Mehmet Murat Ildan
  • I have a microphone on one ankle and an ankle bracelet on the other, so I’m well balanced today.

    Martha Stewart
  • I’d wear clogs, short pants and ladies’ bracelets. I created this aura for myself.

    Aidan Quinn
  • When I finish dressing before a night out and have put on all the accessories, I usually look at myself in the mirror long and hard and then end up removing something. Whether it’s a belt, bracelet or a bauble, less is always more.

    Joan Collins
  • I put the charm bracelet away in the purse and return it to my jewel case. I don’t need a spell to foresee the future; I am going to make it happen.

    Philippa Gregory
  • I love your bracelet!’ I said to the brunette next to me, because, while most girls are onto the whole stranger-with-candy thing, the strangers-with-compliments strategy is still remarkably effective.

    Ally Carter
  • The eternal God asks a favor of his bride: “Hold me close to your heart, close as locket or bracelet fits.” No matter whether we walk or stand still, eat or drink, we should at all times wear the golden locket “Jesus” upon our heart.

    Henry Suso
  • I learned about the sacred art of self decoration with the monarch butterflies perched atop my head, lightning bugs as my night jewelry, and emerald-green frogs as bracelets.

    Clarissa Pinkola Estes
  • Neither rings, bright chains, nor bracelets, perfumes, flowers, nor well-trimmed hair, Grace a man like polished language, th’ only jewel he should wear.

    Bhartrhari
  • And at the place where time stands still, one sees lovers kissing in the shadows of buildings, in a frozen embrace that will never let go. The loved one will never take his arms from where they are now, will never give back the bracelet of memories, will never journey afar from his lover, will never place himself in danger of self-sacrifice, will never fail to show his love, will never become jealous, will never fall in love with someone else, will never lose the passion of this instant of time.

    Alan Lightman
  • Jewellery’s not a big thing for me. The only thing I wear is a gold cross on a chain that I got for my 21st birthday. You have to take it off every day for filming, but that’s the only time I’m not wearing it. You won’t find me in rings, bracelets or earrings.

    Jonas Armstrong
  • We did a campaign here with New York Times. We had a great ad: “Today in America, someone will kill an elephant for a bracelet.” We became sensitized in our society. Now there are four or five billion people in Asia who need to get this message. We need to use social media, print magazines, celebrities – anything we can to share this message. It’s not cool, it’s not okay. You are destroying beautiful animals. You are robbing a continent of its wealth. And you are hurting a lot of innocent people.

    Patrick Bergin
  • She was so evidently the victim of the civilization which had produced her, that the links of her bracelet seemed like manacles chaining her to her fate.

    Edith Wharton
  • You’re right. And so was my snake.” Snake?” He pulled my arm out to expose my bracelet. “When I carved this my thoughts were on you, love. Your life is like this snake’s coils. No matter how many turns it makes, you’ll end up back where you belong. With me.

    Maria V. Snyder
  • Sean

    reaches between us and slides a thin bracelet of red ribbons over my free hand. Lifting my arm, he presses his lips against the inside of my wrist. I’m utterly still; I feel my pulse tap several times against his lips, and then he releases my hand. “For luck,” he says. He takes Dove’s lead from me. “Sean,” I say, and he turns. I take his chin and kiss his lips, hard. I’m reminded, all of a sudden, of that first day on the beach, when I pulled his head from the water. “For luck,” I say to his startled face.

    Maggie Stiefvater
  • Some artists want your money so they can buy Range Rovers and diamond bracelets, but I don’t care about that kind of stuff. I want your soul.

    Lady Gaga
  • I once felt bad because I had no shoes, and then I met a man who had no feet. He was wearing an ankle bracelet that kept falling off.

    Dana Gould
  • I used to think that diamonds were a girl’s best friend, but now I realize it’s carbohydrates. Seriously, I have a French baguette at home sporting a matching friendship bracelet.

    Lauren Conrad
  • Our domestic Napoleons, too many of them, give flattery, bonnets and bracelets to women, and everything else but – justice.

    Fanny Fern
  • I just plan on playing my best and continuing to put myself in a great position to win. I hope to win a 2nd bracelet and hopefully a WPT title.

    Jason Mercier
  • I have, of all the inglorious things, a malignant hemorrhoid. What color bracelet does one wear for that? And where does one wear it? And what slogan is apropos? Perhaps that slogan can be sewn in needlepoint around the ruffle on a cover for my embarrassing little doughnut buttocks pillow.

    P. J. O’Rourke
  • Her smile faded. “Do you know the worst thing about it? I forgot him. Daemon was a friend, and I forgot him. That Winsol, before I was…he gave me a silver bracelet. I don’t know what happened to it. I had a picture of him. I don’t know what happened to that either. And then he gave everything he had to help me, and when it was done, everyone walked away from him as if he didn’t matter.

    Anne Bishop
  • You do realize that the cost of that bracelet is within spitting distance of my going rate as an assassin, right?” “You mean your going rate back when you were actually killing people for money,” Finn said. “Or as I like to call them— the good ole days.

    Jennifer Estep
  • No one else noticed, or cared. It was just something they did. Taking other people’s livestock. Other people’s lives. She watched the soldiers, hating them. They were different in so many ways, white and black, yellow and brown, skinny, short, tall, small, but they were all the same. Didn’t matter if they wore finger-bone necklaces, or baby teeth on bracelets, or tattoos on their chests to ward off bullets. In the end, they were all mangled with battle scars and their eyes were all dead.

    Paolo Bacigalupi
  • I put a What Would Jesus Do bracelet on my Jewish friend’s wrist and it burned his skin. He threw it on the ground, it turned into a serpent, we both started laughing. We left it there, we hate snakes. We think they’re slimy, even though we know they’re not.

    Daniel Tosh
  • The disconnect between what’s going on in schools and what’s allowed to be shown in movies has gotten really bad because girls in junior high are having oral sex and getting bracelets for it, and in movies everybody’s got to be 30 years old to have sex. It’s very bizarre.

    Amy Heckerling
  • Like this. The wristbands you get at nightclubs next to all the bracelets? It’s always the details that give me the ideas. It’s fun to play with fashion because it is a fantasy. Each morning you dress to become a different woman. Fashion helps.

    Carine Roitfeld
  • Well, I always tried to look nice and be feminine even in the worst tragedies and crisis, there’s no reason to add to everyone’s misery by looking miserable yourself. That’s my philosophy. This is why I always wore makeup and jewelry into the jungle-nothing too extravagant, but maybe just a nice gold bracelet and some earrings, a little lipstick, good perfume. Just enough to show that I still had my self-respect.

    Elizabeth Gilbert
  • I always wondered if those WWJD bracelets worked, so I bought one the other day. Well, a few minutes later, I was on a plane and this little kid was kicking my seat repeatedly, while his sister sang along with her walkman and their mother just sat there. I almost turned around and went off, and then I caught sight of my bracelet. What would Jesus do? So I lit them on fire and sent them all to Hell.

    Daniel Tosh
  • To know nothing, or little, is in the nature of some husbands. To hide, in the nature of how many women? Oh, ladies! how many of you have surreptitious milliners’ bills? How many of you have gowns and bracelets which you daren’t show, or which you wear trembling?–trembling, and coaxing with smiles the husband by your side, who does not know the new velvet gown from the old one, or the new bracelet from last year’s, or has any notion that the ragged-looking yellow lace scarf cost forty guineas and that Madame Bobinot is writing dunning letters every week for the money!

    William Makepeace Thackeray
  • And in a small house five miles away was a man who held my mud-encrusted charm bracelet out to his wife. Look what I found at the old industrial park,” he said. “A construction guy said they were bulldozing the whole lot. They’re afraid of sink holes like that one that swallowed the cars.” His wife poured him some water from the sink as he fingered the tiny bike and the ballet shoe, the flower basket and the thimble. He held out the muddy bracelet as she set down his glass. This little girl’s grown up by now,” she said. Almost. Not quite. I wish you all a long and happy life.

    Alice Sebold
  • The feel of the place was deep, the prehistoric heartbeat of the rocks complicating the music, the people bright, all different kinds of dancers, smilers, swayers, swirlers, smokers, beer-drinking boppers, tripsters, spinners. I looked back at the crowd…and saw the show for a moment as a jewel…like a gem in a bracelet: an ornament on the body of the country, glittering in the coming darkness.

    Jason Burke
  • You’re weird,” Nick grumbled, but he turned his face back to critically examine the new hand. “You’re weird,” Jamie returned. “As soon as this whole magical war is over, I’m going to make us some friendship bracelets, and we will wear them everywhere because we are best friends.” “Drop dead,” said Nick, and Jamie looked serenely pleased.

    Sarah Rees Brennan
  • And the joys I’ve felt have not always been joyous. I could have lived differently. When I was your age, my grandfather bought me a ruby bracelet. It as too big for me an would slide up and down my arm. It was almost a necklace. He later told me that he had asked the jeweler make that way. Its size was supposed to be a symbol of his love. More rubies, more love. But I could not wear it comfortably. I could not wear it at all. So here is the point of everything I have been trying to say. IF I were to give a bracelet to you, now, I would measure your wrist twice

    Jonathan Safran Foer
  • But maybe the Charm Bracelets understood more about life than I did. From an early age they knew what little value the world placed in books, and so didn’t waste their time with them. Whereas I, even now, persist in believing that these black marks on white paper bear the greatest significance, that if I keep writing, I might be able to catch the rainbow of consciousness in a jar.

    Jeffrey Eugenides
  • According to the New York Post, Lance Armstrong and Ashley Olsen are dating. They must be getting serious – Lance gave Ashley his yellow Live Strong bracelet. She wears it as a belt.

    Chelsea Handler
  • Once you start carrying your own suitcase, paying your own bills, running your own show, you’ve done something to yourself that makes you one of those women men like to call ‘a pal’ and ‘a good sport,’ the kind of woman they tell their troubles to. But you’ve cut yourself off from the orchids and the diamond bracelets, except those you buy yourself.

    Sophie Tucker

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