Hi everyone! I have always admired the David Yurman jewelry collection and finally purchased my first cable bracelet a few months back (and I must say, I am HOOKED). I was intending on adding another bracelet to start my “arm candy” collection so the timing is perfect!
I just received an email announcing a David Yurman Online Exclusive Renaissance Aluminum Bracelet for $250! If you’re familiar with the DY line, you’ll know this price is significantly lower than their classic pieces. I don’t own an aluminum material bracelet but I figure why not try it? Worst case, I can return and the best part is that they’re also doing a promotional freebie for each order (of course, while supplies last). I wasn’t planning to spend money today but bit the bullet when I saw the email in my inbox. Two bracelets for the price of one? (Yes, how I justified it to my hubby… also told him it’s an anniversary gift to myself). Gift to me, from me.
So many color options but I stuck with the classic gray. I figured it would compliment my Prasiolite 7mm cable bracelet (purchased here).
Happy shopping! Sorry…I am 100% a shopping enabler. 😂
I just received my order and the packaging at first glance is very nice. I love the cobalt blue jewelry box the bracelet came in.
My first impression is that the bracelet is thinner at 5mm and lightweight since it’s made of alumnimim material. I realize I prefer the 7mm for my wrist size (as you can see in the photo below, it is much thinner). Personally it looks too small on my wrist but is still a beautiful piece at a lower price.
The freebie bracelet was a bit disappointing. I mean, it was free with purchase so I can’t really complain. It just looks like a strand with some silver beads. Not something I see myself wearing but it was nice of them to offer it.
The verdict? Unfortunately, this will be going back as it’s not my cup of tea. I prefer the 7mm or medium size bracelets and thought the color would more closely match my silver bracelet. It looks more like a gunmetal gray color. Still a beautiful piece but it’s just up to personal preference. At this price point of $250, I think it’s a great starter piece. I hope this review is helpful. Let me know if you have any questions. The hunt for the next piece to add to my lonely prasiolite bracelet continues!