Charm Bracelets Lose Their Prissy Reputation with the Relaunch of Thomas Sabo’s Generation Charm Club
In pop culture, charm bracelets have long been the province of spoiled rich girls like Gretchen Wieners in Mean Girls and evil stepmom Meredith Blake in The Parent Trap. But this season, Thomas Sabo is razing the prissy reputation of these bracelets with the relaunch of its Charm Club. The new Generation Charm Club hearkens back to the original purpose of charm bracelets as amulets meant to supposedly ward against bad luck. The collection has a decidedly spiritual bent, including vintage-inspired astrological medallions and evil eyes, as well as celestial motifs like slivered crescent moons and mother-of-pearl starbursts. The charms aren’t limited to bracelets. They can be added to long chains to create a jangly rock ’n’ roll pendant, to chokers for more of a gothic vibe or even to hoop earrings. The collection also includes single earrings that can be mixed and matched to create a unique set or worn individually as a bold accent.