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Alex and Ani Sweep Halls at WHS

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Celebrate your own individual personality by purchasing an Alex and Ani bracelet! On these bracelets, you can pick from different symbols, such as your birthstone or your birthday flower. The bracelets have a variety of charms that include everything from animal spirits to words that have a powerful meaning to you.

The symbols of each piece of jewelry are special to the person wearing them. It could be a religious symbol or a person’s favorite sport. There is no bracelet that is the same, since each bracelet is unique to the person wearing them

Alex and Ani jewelry range from $28 to $140. These bracelets have become very popular in the two years; there are a lot of people wearing them at WHS, from students to teachers.

There are a lot of places that are going green and trying to protect the environment. The new Alex and Ani jewelry, designed by Carolyn Rafaelian, are eco-friendly. There is an energy charm found on each piece of jewelry. Alex and Ani jewelry has a recycling symbol on each piece of jewelry. This is because their custom made jewelry is eco-friendly. These bracelets are made out of a sliding mechanism, which also makes it adjustable, so it is able to fit just right on everyone’s wrist. The bracelets and other products are created entirely out of recycled wire.

Carolyn Rafaelian created these popular bracelets in 2004. She designed these to enlighten the mood and empower the spirit. Carolyn comes from a family of jewelers; creating jewelry was something she did as a kid. She named the jewelry after her first two daughters, Alex and Ani.

Alex and Ani jewelry are unique to the individual wearing them! Celebrate your creative personality and purchase an Alex and Ani bracelet.

 

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Alex and Ani Sweep Halls at WHS