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If you’ve been living under a rock, you may not know about Alex and Ani.  I feel like they are everywhere. But you will probably the bracelets if you haven’t heard of them.  See the photo above – I added the Disneyland Alex & Ani bracelet to my already growing collection when I was in Disneyland last weekend. I just love the Alex & Ani  line and everything they stand for.  Besides the fact that they make gorgeous bracelets that you can buy and wear based on your own personal life, they have a really cool story.  This is taken from the Alex & Ani Story page:

How Does Alex And Ani Utilize The Power Of Positive Energy?

We embrace the power of positive energy as our core company belief. Each product is infused with positive energy in three important ways. First, the products themselves are manufactured (and infused) with positive intention in carefully selected American factories. Second, the symbols featured in our designs carry their own energy and are accompanied by thoughtfully crafted and meticulously researched meaning. Last, each design is positively intended to empower the wearer and reflect the unique qualities of the individual. Some pieces carry sentimental meaning; others are talismans of protection, power, or intention. The beauty of each collection is that you are the designer. Mixing symbolic pieces with your own alchemy makes Alex and Ani completely and uniquely yours.

I just love everything about them – that they are made in the USA, that they are made to promote positive energy and that they have sentimental value to me.  I wear both of my boys’ birthstones, as St. Anthony charm and now my Disneyland charm.  One of these days, I plan on adding the Alex & Ani Philadelphia Eagles bracelet & charm and I could totally use the It Is What It Is Charm Bracelet.

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Dads, pick one of these out for Mothers’ Day and you’d be the big gift giving winner!  I just love that you can add onto these bracelets as you go.  I also love that they have special collections that you can only get in certain places, like my Disneyland one.  If you want it, you’re going to have to either visit Disneyland or in the least give them a call and see if you can convince them to ship you one.

I don’t have a good coupon to report right now but they do offer free shipping on orders of $100 or more (bracelets are $38 plus).  You can also find Alex and Ani at your local Nordstrom.

I was in Disneyland recently for the Disney Social Media Moms Conference.  More to come on Disneyland and the trip soon once I’m sorted out with my time and I at least pretend to start unpacking bags!


  1. I picked up my first Alex and Ani bracelet this weekend, thanks to Alamo!!

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