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In the midst of a fast-fashion burnout, there’s no better time to sing the praises of investment pieces. While it is possible to find investment pieces for all aspects of the wardrobe, dropping more money makes more sense for certain categories. We’ve already covered the shoes that are worth your hard-earned cash and the next in line are bracelets.

Accessories, unlike clothing, can stick around for a whole lifetime, which is why it’s worth investing some more bank in them. Jewelry has long been seen as something to pass down through generations, and something that carries more sentiment than your average pair of jeans, for example.

Highsnobiety curators have rounded up the investment bracelets that they’ve got on their minds on. From classic pieces like Cartier’s highly coveted gold bracelet to minimal newcomers like Le Gramme, this is everything you should know about investment bracelets in one place.

Scroll down to find your perfect accessory.

Maison Margiela Logo Bracelet

Logo Bracelet

Logo Bracelet

$329

Maison Margiela

Buy at ssense

Master of the subtle flex, Margiela's understated but recognizable logos grace this silver bracelet that's sure to round out formal and informal fits alike.

Miansai 14-Karat Gold ID Bracelet

14-Karat Gold ID Bracelet

$950

Miansai

Buy at Mr Porter

This Cuban-link bracelet is crafted from 14-karat gold and features a small, 3mm-wide ID tag to the center. Completely unimposing, this minimal gold bracelet is perfect if you're looking for a subtle finishing touch.

Le Gramme Le 17 18-Karat Gold Cuff

Le 17 18-Karat Gold Cuff

from $3468

Le Gramme

(Available at 2 Merchants)
(Available at 2 Merchants)

Parisian label Le Gramme has made a splash in the world of high-end jewellery with its distinctively modern approach to minimalism. A slight industrial undertone marks each Le Gramme piece as a modern classic.

Tiffany & Co. Tiffany T Square 18-Karat Gold Cuff

Tiffany T Square 18-Karat Gold Cuff

$5200

Tiffany & Co.

Buy at Mr Porter

When you're looking to invest in something, it can feel more sensible to opt for something that's already stood the test of time. Tiffany & Co. is a giant in jewellery sphere and it's no surprise when the jeweller is producing eye-catching, bold bracelets like this T Square Cuff.

Loewe Thin Bracelet

Thin Bracelet

Thin Bracelet

$350

Loewe

Buy at ssense

Loewe, under the control of Jonathan Anderson, is never afraid to break the mould. Take this thin leather bracelet for example. Displaying premium quality calfskin leather and an embossed silver-tone fastening, this is for those who prefer no shine.

Gucci Square G Cuff Bracelet

Square G Cuff Bracelet

Square G Cuff Bracelet

from $470

Gucci

(Available at 10 Merchants)
(Available at 10 Merchants)

Although most of the previous selections have played into a more understated style, this Gucci Square G Cuff is all about the details. An engraved pattern runs from start to finish of this sterling silver cuff to ensure typical Gucci flair.

Cartier LOVE 18ct Yellow-Gold Bracelet Small

LOVE 18ct Yellow-Gold Bracelet Small

$3995

Cartier

Buy at Selfridges & Co.

Arguably one of Cartier's most popular designs, the LOVE bracelet screws shut around your wrist, showing you that this piece is meant to last a lifetime.

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