Soufeel, a Korean competitor to Pandora, got me hooked on charm bracelets almost two years ago. Now I’m on my second bracelet. Their adorable, affordable, sterling silver charms are addicting!
Somehow, they recaptured me the other night, after quite a spell, with a sale on their new best sellers. Actually, I ended up buying charms that were on deep discount instead, but that’s OK. I love what I got. Also, Soufeel has a frequent shopper program that gives you points for each purchase and you can apply the points as cash on future purchases. I cashed in 60 points for a $6 discount. I also discovered that you can find Soufeel coupons on Groupon – you just enter the Groupon code where it says “apply coupon” at checkout. I saved another 10%. Free shipping kicks in at $49.
I placed my order last week, and I was shocked that the charms were delivered from Korea exactly a week later. Wow.
Here’s my original bracelet all filled up and my second bracelet with just a couple of charms.
I like having a combination of hanging charms and charms that float on the bracelet. I also like having Murano glass beads and pretty glitter charms. The charms themselves come in a variety of colors. I started out primarily with silver and pink charms, then I added red, then blue. They recently introduced rose gold charms, but I don’t have any of those yet.
Here’s a closeup so you can see the detail. The quality of the charms is amazing.
And here are the four new ones that I just bought: a hanging skeleton, a hanging Chinese lantern, a hanging pair of cherries, and a set of pink double stoppers with a safety chain catch in case my bracelet opens up. You can see the theme for this haul was hanging charms. The pink stoppers don’t look pink in the photo, sorry, but they are a definite pretty pink in person.
If you are considering getting started with Soufeel and are buying a bracelet either for yourself or for someone as a gift, make sure you get a bracelet that’s at least a half inch or maybe even 3/4″ larger than your wrist. I found that it is almost impossible for me to close my first bracelet when it’s completely filled with charms, so I went back and divvied them up a bit between the two bracelets.
And after trying the bracelets on, I divvied them up some more. Here they are on my wrist.
My only complaint with Soufeel bracelets is that the clasp can be difficult to close if you’re on your own, especially if the bracelet doesn’t have some extra “give” or length to make it easier. Otherwise, I really love Soufeel. As the Mother’s Day, graduation and bridal season are soon upon us, Soufeel is a wonderful gift idea. In addition to charm bracelets, they have added rings, earrings and necklaces to their product line up. Take a look at Soufeel and see if it appeals to you too!
Do you like charm bracelets?