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Giving A Fuck Doesn't Really Go With My Outfit

Sale price$35.00 USD
Product & Sizing Details

Product details

Our bangles are made with love from high quality stainless steel. They are 100% hypoallergenic, and nickel & lead free.

Size & Fit

If you're not sure what size to choose please use our sizing chart to help you find your way. You'll need to measure the widest part of your hand / knuckle circumference, while your hand is mooshed. (And yes, mooshed is a word). 

If you're still totally stuck, we recommend that you purchase a regular size bangle. We do offer exchanges if it doesn't fit!

Clasp bangles

Thinking of getting one of our clasp style bangles? Great! The clasp style bangle  eliminates the need for you to base your sizing on your hand. It can be stretched out to fit over wrists instead, woo! It's a regular size (63.7mm) when closed. 

The clasp fits around 80% of people so it is perfect for gifting!

Bangle not available in your size or preferred colour? Consider ordering it as a Custom Bangle!


Many years ago I worked in the world of retail fashion.

It was the 2000s and the city streets were full of boutiques and designer concept stores.

Our jobs were about glamour and style, attentive service and making every woman feel like a celebrity.

And you know what?

I loved my job.

I wandered around all day in evening wear and high heels (mandatory) and lived for this job that bought me joy.

Was it deep and life-changing?

Ah. No.

Was it awesome fun?

You betcha.

Finally, I was offered a promotion. One I deserved.

It wasn't long until I started hearing the whispers...

“She only got the job because she looks good in the clothes”

“Obviously being competent isn’t a job requirement”

These comments should've shattered me,I  was young and these people were so much older than me.

But surprisingly

I didn’t give a fuck. 

Yes I looked good in the product.

But I also knew I had worked bloody hard. I had made my targets, I smashed every goal I had.

And the clothes were divine.
And oh, did I mention they were free? And in my twenties,not much was going to come between me and free designer clothing.

I had that glorious self-involvedness that you only have in your twenties, and without it, I may have listened to those comments. 

Instead, I chucked on my designer clothes and didn't give a fuck.
​Because it definitely didn't go with my outfit.

Are the people getting you down?

Dig deep babe.

Frock up.

Embrace your glammed up inner 20 something self.

And don’t give a fuck.

It doesn’t really go with your outfit.