Designed to Inspire

We’ve all heard of different “it” bracelets of the moment.  Does Alex and Ani or Pandora sound familiar?  But one bracelet you probably don’t have yet is one by Good Work(s).   Good Work(s) is a company that promotes optimism, goodwill, compassion and volunteerism through their unique bracelet designs.  25% of the proceeds from each sale is donated to causes that make a difference and inspire.Good Work(s) makes a variety of goods including bracelets for men and women, rings, candles and face makes.  While I can’t personally speak about all of their products (and it’s only because I haven’t tried them yet), I’m in love with their bracelets.  I was lucky enough to receive one as a gift a few weeks ago.  I’ve worn it nearly every day since.

Timeless Wrap Around Bracelet

The design of the bracelet is simple: a leather band that wraps around your wrist with words of inspiration and motivation adorning it.  It’s a wrap bracelet which means it’s adjustable (there’s a little buckle on it that makes it easy to adjust) and is made to look like you’re wearing multiple bracelets.

Prices for the bracelets range from about $12-$44.  You can get them on sale on the website, too!  Since I’ve been wearing mine, I’ve gotten tons of compliments and people keep asking me where I got it.  I’ve even had a couple friends put in special requests for future birthday or Christmas gifts.

Celebrities have already started sporting these Good Work(s) designs. Celebs like Khloe Kardashian, Katy Perry, Eva Longoria, Steven Tyler and even Justin Bieber have all displayed their love of fashion that makes a difference.

They’re stackable bracelets so don’t just buy one–buy a few!  After all, it’s for a good cause!  Trust me, you’ll love them!

~J

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