Friendship Bracelets Are Back (and Way More Stylish This Time Around)

04/28/2014 at 06:00 AM ET

Back in the day, we loved friendship bracelets, those braided string creations we made at summer camp or in middle school. So it should come as no surprise that editors here are really into the upgraded version of the bracelet: These ones are made with luxe materials, feature a little sparkle, play well with bangles and watches, have a celeb following (Rachel Zoe and Lauren Conrad are fans of the brand) and are the perfect boho-bling-y touch to all your spring and summer outfits. And we should also add that these friendship bracelet stacks of three normally go for $150, but we nabbed ‘em for you for way less than half that price. Because that’s what friends are for.

Click on your favorite color way above in the video (or just click here), add ‘em to the cart and enter STYLE15 at checkout for an extra 15% off the already-reduced price (if it’s your first time shopping Joyus.com).

Now you just have to decide if you’re going to keep the whole stack for yourself (yes, that’s what most of us did) or divide it up and give two to your best friends.

–Zoë Ruderman

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G-Belle on

Seriously? For that price? I don’t think so. Just fabric woven through a chain. No thanks.

Tara on

I thought friendship bracelets were made by friends, not bought for $60.

mrsmass on

these are just overpriced bracelets, not friendship bracelets.

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