If you are like me there have been many disappointing shopping excursions looking for crossdresser jewelry. Have you ever discovered an awesome bracelet only to find that it only comes in size 7 1/2 inch and won’t fit? Most crossdresers need your 8 to 8 1/2 inch length to fit their wrist.
It got me to thinking how I could make bracelets that would fit a crossdressers wrist. It occurred to me that it might be easier to just buy a 7 1/2 bracelet and extend it. I knew Michael’s crafts stores could probably fix me up and the did with some rings and lobster claws did the trick.
The above women’s bracelet was purchased on sale from Macy’s and I added a ring and lobster claw to make it crossdresser jewelry. I carefully pried the split ring open and ran it through the loose lobster claw then closing the ring again. Then I opened the existing lobster claw on the bracelet and clipped it to the ring I just installed on the other claw. The extension gives me almost a 1 inch extension.
You can also buy a bargain sale necklace and cut it into smaller pieces making two bracelets. An 18 inch necklace should make two 9 inch bracelets with room to spare.
These links were almost 1/8th inch so I had to break out the bolt cutters to split them
The necklace yielded two 8 1/2 inch bracelets after adding the rings and lobster claws. In some cases you can just clip an additional lobster claw to the existing one to get the length. The added length gives us that little extra and it belongs in every crossdressers jewelry box