Now normally I’m all about the “adult” trends and what's happening in the fashion world and don't really worry to much about the younger generation. But, I stumbled across what I feel may become a huge bracelet trend and just had to share it with you. It seems that a new and innovative bracelet has just hit the market for tweens and teens everywhere called Chummies.
Chummies is the brainchild of two middle school teachers who came up with the idea that you can have more than one best friend and that each one brings something unique to our lives. Chummies are interlocking bracelets that come in pairs but can be pulled apart and given to someone else. Since they're interlocking you can get several bracelets from different friends and interlock them together onto your wrist. Seems cool doesn't it?
The Chummies come in different sets like peanut butter and jelly, guitar and amp, tennis shoes and high heels and more. So let's say you have friends who shares your love of peanut butter and jelly and loves music. Viola! You have matching bracelets with two close friends instead of just one.
"We wanted a positive way to celebrate friendships where everyone could feel included and focus on what makes each person unique. These perfect pairs of bracelets are a constant reminder of what each friend brings to your life," said Kelly. Casaccio one half of the Chummies creators (the other one is Amy Orlando).
A portion of the sale of the Chummies also goes to a great cause, The Pacer Center or the Born This Way Foundation which supports inclusion, acceptance and the fight against bullying.
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