Mommy trend: kids’ jewelry that is fashionable and functional
By Aimee Heckel
The latest mommy trend: multitasking fashion for kids.
When you’re as busy as the modern mom is, every choice counts. In fact, every dollar counts. Make your dollars work double-duty with jewelry that serves a function in your child’s health.
If you’re looking for a new piece of fashionable jewelry or a great gift for your little ones, check out these jewelry lines, which are both cute and functional.
1. Halo Sani-Cuffs, aka “dirty world protection on the go.” These brightly colored bracelets also happen to dispense hand sanitizer. Perfect for a trip to the zoo, fair, children’s museum or airport.
Push a button and get alcohol-free sanitizing lotion. For kids ages 5 and up. Buy them online here for just $3.99. Available in a variety of different colors.
2. Fiddledee IDs medical jewelry are truly fashionable bracelets that also contain important, potentially lifesaving medical information. These ID bracelets are handmade and custom to order.
Pick up a Pennies for Paige bracelet and 100 percent of the proceeds will go toward this nonprofit that helps families of children who are diagnosed with cancer. You may have seen these bracelets on “Good Morning, America.”
3. Stunning 14-karat yellow gold medical bracelet, available at Sears. This elegan bracelet is usually $488 but is marked down to $259.95. That’s a $228.05 saving.
Save even more money at Sears by checking out more than 50 Sears coupons, like $5 off a purchase of $50 or more. Pair that with an additional 7 percent Cash Back from ShopAtHome.com.
Read more articles about Sears and how to save money shopping at Sears here.
Plus one bonus piece of functional jewelry for dad (or mom): cuff links that look like mini measuring tapes or rulers, from Amazon.com, $48. Technically functional — although we’re not sure how often you’re going to need to measure something that is that small.
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