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Hermès Collier de Chien in Malachite

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Hermès Collier de Chien in Malachite

I've admired this beautiful bracelet from afar for quite some time. I heard the Collier de Chien bracelets (also known as the "CDC") were hard to find, so of course I set out to find one!

H CDC

Hermès has a beautiful array of colors and leathers. I recently fell in love with Malachite. It's a very rich-looking green with bluish hues. The CDC is such a fun accessory for any time of the year, but especially for the warmer months in this color combination of Malachite and gold hardware. This CDC in Malachite was constructed with Swift leather, which is durable and incredibly smooth. Maybe if I wear this more often, the beautiful Malachite will usher in spring more quickly...

What colors from Hermès do you love?

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Tory Burch Maya Cuff

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Tory Burch Maya Cuff

Want to add a pop to your next outfit? Not only known for her bags, Tory Burch makes some beautiful jewelry that is fun for many occasions.

Tory Burch Maya Cuff

This Maya cuff is a fun addition to a summer look! It is definitely complementary to an outfit with light accessories, since the cuff is a thickset piece. I can also see this as a very cute accessory for beach or pool attire. Just make sure to take it off before you tan! :)

How do you plan on accessorizing this summer?

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Hermès Narrow Balcons du Guadalquivir Enamel Bracelet

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Hermès Narrow Balcons du Guadalquivir Enamel Bracelet

Hermès never ceases to impress. In addition to scarves, my other favorite collectibles are enamel bracelets!

The fun thing about collecting the narrow enamels is that they are easily stackable to create a classy, eclectic look. And they seriously stand up to daily use. I wear my Brandebourgs enamel daily, and you can't tell its age (almost one year old).

Hermes Balcons

Part of the Fall/Winter 2012 collection, the Balcons du Guadalquivir bracelets are on their way out. So if you love this pattern and see it in the boutique, I'd highly suggest pulling the trigger on the purchase.

This piece matches a scarf and handbag combo that I've been trying to further accessorize. Points for any readers who can point out the designer/collection that the bracelet rests upon in the comments!

It was nearly a story of love and loss, because I almost waited too long! It was the last in my size. Without flinching, I said to my wonderful SA, "This was meant to be!"

What are your favorite accessory collectibles?

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