5 Stunning Cuffs to Set Off Your Winter Look

Tuesday, December 02, 2014 • Permalink • 

--By Kim Moshtaghi

Cuff me. Cuffs have always fascinated me and I am not sure why. Perhaps they fascinate me because sexy superheroes wear them, or because my mom always rocked one while I was growing up.

Here’s my point: cuffs are fashion accessories. Don’t hide behind your layers. Embrace some wrist sex appeal. Let your wrist have some fun for a change and steal the spotlight from your ears and the neckline once in a while. Because winter clothes are furry and entail layers, this post features only bigger, louder speaking cuffs.

When something is on sale and it’s hot, it’s more of a reason to buy, obviously! This elaborate cuff has all kinds of elements on it. It’s like the centerpiece of a table. Just let it be… the black feather on the gold with colored stones gives it versatility.

Alexis Bittar Elements Phoenix Feather Cuff


→ Buy the Alexis Bittar Elements Phoenix Feather Cuff, $224.98 (was $375.00), at nordstrom.com; shipping and returns are free.


This next cuff comes in two different colors. One is faux pearl and the other is a combination of black onyx and dark green stones -- both are awesome. Sylvia Toledano did a wonderful job bringing the ancient world into the new world. I love the length of this cuff.

Sylvia Toledano Byzance Cuff with Faux Pearls


→ Buy the Sylvia Toledano Byzance Cuff with Faux Pearls, $280.00 (was $350.00), at bloomingdales.com.


Sylvia Toledano Byzance Cuff with Black Onyx/ Malachite/ Labradorite


→ Buy the Sylvia Toledano Byzance Cuff with Black Onyx/ Malachite/ Labradorite, $280.00 (was $350.00), at bloomingdales.com.


I found that most of my favorite cuffs were from Neiman Marcus. I am sure there are all kinds of fun cuffs available elsewhere, but this was a great one-stop shop with an array of cuffs. However, they are pricey and that can definitely hurt the wallet during the gift-giving season. I found one that I actually liked that was under $100. This cuff is a little bit more subdued than previous features, even though it has crystals on it. However, I chose it because it has a reasonable amount of spunk, it’s affordable, and it is season appropriate!

Jules Smith Plastic and Golden Crystal Cuff Bracelet


→ Buy the Jules Smith Plastic and Golden Crystal Cuff Bracelet, $36.00, at neimanmarcus.com; free shipping.


I am sure you silver gals are wondering why my features are mainly gold. I don’t have an answer other than I am biased. I did find an elegant yet edgy silver Alexis Bittar cuff. This cuff has a torn part that folds over to show off some pave crystals.

Alexis Bittar Torn Silvery Cuff with Pave Crystals


→ Buy the Alexis Bittar Torn Silvery Cuff with Pave Crystals, $225.00, at neimanmarcus.com; free shipping.

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Kim Moshtaghi
is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Kim is currently based in sunny San Diego, California, where she's a Realtor with Apprize Realty, Inc., specializing in coastal homes and luxury acquisitions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.