Piece of the Week: Yeprem’s Leather Bracelet
It’s a casual take on the brand’s high-wattage luxury.
Few jewels embody the casual luxury that is so in vogue like Yeprem’s latest fine jewelry launch.
Known for its maximalist, ultra-glamorous and edgy designs, family-helmed brand Yeprem knows a thing or two about updating old attitudes for a modern fresh look.
But while Yeprem might be best known for eye-catching red carpet ear cuffs, sexy chokers, and avant-garde multi-finger rings, casual isn’t in their design wheelhouse.
That is, until now.
The brand’s latest launch of leather wrap bracelets and chokers is for the woman who pairs her Birkin bag with her Alo leggings while on her daily coffee run—still opulent but subdued enough to work for daytime.
Available in a number of leather colors with various colored gemstones and diamonds, this “Piece of the Week” features a tanzanite surrounded by diamonds and set in 18-karat white gold on an embossed blue leather wrap bracelet.
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