Asymmetrical jewelry may not be for everyone.  However, the look is definitely unique as the jewelry can be customized in so many different ways.  Making asymmetrical bracelets also has the advantage of using up leftover supplies which aren't sufficient for a full bracelet. The basic idea is to divide the bracelet in two halves.

Adrianne of Happy Hour Projects' mixed media leather bracelet includes a mini tutorial on how to rivet leather. Her connection points are large metal rings.

Bev over at Flamingo Toes used a bit of suede for one half of her Two Part Harmony bracelet. The suede strips are just knotted to connect to the other half of the bracelet.

Will you be trying this look soon?

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