Kelly Dog Cuff Bracelet

Kelly Dog Cuff Bracelet
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Defiantly a true fashion statement and significant rock star chic look. This can be worn with anything from casual to dressy. Wear it with a pair of jeans or a dress.

Cor Luxury’s Kelly dog cuff bracelet is one of the hottest bracelets worn by celebrities and famous fashionistas. Done in a thick black leather and adorm with copper hardwear with adjustable lock on top. This style became recognized by Hermes and is more of a fashion statement then a accessory. It has been featured in may editorials in top fashion magazines around the world.

Retails for more than $350

Round it here for only $49 sale limited quantity 50 available.

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