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Where to Buy Friendship Bracelets (Ready-Made!)

Thanks to Taylor Swift, friendship bracelets are kind of a big deal! They’ve become more than just a fashion trend – they’re symbols of connection, love and unity. They’re a sweet reminder to cherish the people in our lives and celebrate each other. And while Swifties all over the world are making their own, swapping them at her Eras Tour stops and posting the pics online, some of us are still trying to figure out where to even buy the beads and how to string them together…

It’s me, hi, I’m the problem, it’s me. 

If this is you, don’t worry, I got you, friend! As it turns out, we don’t have to spend hours and hours making friendship bracelets ourselves because there are plenty available online already. From local artisans posting on Etsy to small businesses selling on major e-commerce sites, here are some fun and affordable finds, just for you:

 

1. Little Words Project

Remember when Lance Bass from *NSYNC gave Taylor Swift a bunch of friendship bracelets at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards? Here’s a little refresher:

 

Taylor Swift receiving friendship bracelets from Lance Bass at the MTV VMAs

Taylor Swift with *NSYNC (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for MTV)

 

They were made by Little Words Project, a Latina-founded business, striving to spread positivity and kindness throughout the world. According to their website, founder Adriana Carrig started making the bracelets in college for herself and her sorority sisters after experiencing years of bullying. The wearable affirmations helped them all get through tough times. And what we love most about these particular friendship bracelets is that each one has a unique ID tag. So when you register your bracelet and pass it on to someone else, you can see where it goes around the world – yep, it’s kinda like the Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants but it’s the sisterhood of the travelling friendship bracelets!

where to buy friendship bracelets? Here's a customisable one from Little Words Project with blue beads and letters spelling "Besties".

Little Words Project

As a CelebrityKind reader, you can get 15% off your order of friendship bracelets from Little Words Project! Simply head to Little Words Project, and use the code BAKINDNEHAL15 at the checkout.

 

2. Paulines Jewellery on Etsy

Handmade, affordable bracelets from a small biz in Australia, using bright, colourful beads and lettering inspired by Taylor Swift’s albums and song names? Yes please! Choose from over 18 styles:

Taylor Swift-inspired friendship bracelets

Etsy.com

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3. PDWZNBA Taylor Love Bracelet 

Looking for something a little more bejewelled perhaps? These friendship bracelets from PDWZNBA are sold as a set and made from ceramic beads with gold plating and stainless steel.

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4. Quiseadu Store’s Eras Bracelet Sets

Handmade from clay beads and elastic, these Eras-inspired bracelets come in a set of 11.

 

Ready-made friendship bracelets

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5. Artlunar 5-Pack Friendship Set

A smaller and sweet set of 5 friendship bracelets, 2 of which have lettered beads which spell out the words “SWIFTIE” and “LOVER”:

set of 5 pink and gold friendship bracelets

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6. RetroThreads by Ash on Etsy

If you’re after fewer beads and more of a boho, thread-vibe, this one is for you! You can order a mix of beaded threads and plain threads. Each bracelet has an adjustable slip knot too which makes them perfect for trading!

threaded swiftie bracelets

Etsy.com

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(Feature Image Credit: Amazon.com)

Nehal is an award-winning news presenter, author of "A Kids Book About Kindness Online" and founder of CelebrityKind. She has dedicated her career to creating connected and healthy spaces in the media. When she's not writing, you'll find Nehal hanging with family, dancing to Beyoncé, interpreting Taylor Swift lyrics or watching old eps of Oprah.