It started with the Hook bracelet ($55), as dysfunctional as it is (I'm sorry but that would so get caught in my hair everytime I flip it, which is often). But after poking around Miansai's website, I found more cool, covetable nautical-inspired jewelry. Actually, the designer Michael Andrew Saiger is most inspired by WWII relics and paraphernalia. His unique niche, and world travels via modeling, prompted him to create a vintage-esque jewelry line. My eyes are drawn to the colorful roped bracelets — pile them on — but there's also sharp tie bars, cufflinks, keychains, and necklaces. Yes, it's one of those "I could totally makes those myself" but who has the time? Wanderlusty.
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