arm party featuring Mikuti bangles

I have slowly but surely developed a strong attraction to the color yellow. Just a few years ago I would’ve told you I hated it. I’ve always been drawn to more watery hues, but yellow has nudged its way into my heart.

The problem? It’s not a color that I can wear. I’ve talked about it more than once, but yellow makes me look like I’m on my deathbed. It completely washes me out and leaves me looking seriously ill. Not a cute look.

But I’ve recently discovered a way around that dilemma: accessories. In small doses, yellow and my skin tone play nice. That’s why when Favery, a fun new designer jewelry community that hosts weekly sales on curated collections, offered to send me a couple of bracelets to style, I knew I had to go for the yellow!

arm party featuring Mikuti bangles

I am a girl who loves a good arm party. I generally believe the more the merrier when it comes to bracelets, so I am totally in love with these bright bangles from Mikuti. Inspired by the beauty of the Swahili Coast and traditional Maasai beading, these bracelets are handmade in Kenya with recycled aluminum and glass Czech seed beads.

Between the unique beauty of these bracelets and the fact that they’re made in a way that’s both environmentally and socially conscious, I could squeal. I don’t want to take them off.

Today, I paired them with a few other bracelets, a robin’s egg blue tank top and a maxi skirt. I love the color combo. It’s fresh and summery and exactly the little energy infusion I needed.

arm party with Mikuti banglesAnd guess what? I’m giving one away! The Ceres Morning Sun bangle, which retails for $120, could be yours. All you have to do is head on over to Favery, sign up to be a member and leave me a comment below telling me what piece on their site strikes your fancy.

The giveaway will run through next Wednesday and I’ll choose the winner via Good luck!

*Update: Congratulations to Ari, the new owner of a gorgeous Mikuti bangle. I hope you love yours as much as I love mine!

This is a sponsored post. Favery provided me with the Mikuti bangles but the opinions and new found obsession are all mine!

Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.