Why were they seen on wrists from Main Street to Fifth Avenue? These big and bold bracelets were stylish, affordable, and could be stacked to match your outfits — a winning combination.
Ultra-smart personalized mock tortoise ensemble (1967)
Plastic cuff and matching large dangle earrings with gold-etched monogram
Nailheads hit mock tortoise
… the “in” accessory by Hattie Carnegie
Multicolored bangle bracelets by the dozen (1960s)
Vintage bangle bracelets from the 70s
Plastic with marble effect in 5 colors: antique black, jade green, mottled wine, sepia brown & burnt orange
Bangle bracelet… a credit to your fashion sense
Plastic with gold-color metal accents. 1/4 inch wide and 3 inches in diameter. Wine red, smoked brown & clear.
Bracelet in three great colors (1970s)
Plastic bangle style detailed with ivory color swirl-effect design and capped with ivory-color raised trim. 3/8″ wide.
Solid color bangle bracelets (1975)
Twist-look retro bangle bracelet
Polished plastic… smooth to the skin inside, smart twist pattern on the outside. Black, ivory & gray
More retro ’70s chunky bracelets for her
Slip-on styles with a swirl pattern, or with a carved leaf motif. 2-1/2 inches diameter. Colors: currant red, mauve pink, tera cotta, caramel beige, khaki green, pale taupe, tobacco brown & cream.
Round retro bracelets in blue, yellow & green
Smooth, ivory-color plastic with contrasting color cord trim, plus matching square earrings