Blinging Pollack Slinky

A Pollack inspired spring bracelet suitable for men.Growing up I remember running up and down the stairs of my grandparents third floor apartment, and enthusiastically playing with my Hanukkah gifted slinky. When I came across these Carolyn Forsman, Pollack inspired Spring bracelets, it instantly reminded me of my long forgotten slinky collection, and for a few moments I was a kid again, running up and down those brown and pink, damask patterned carpeted floors, which my grandparents still healthfully enjoy.

Pollack / Harlequin Spring pattern bracelet – $5 here.


There seems to be allot of stigma about men wearing jewelry, especially colorful, and whimsical type jewelry. I personally think more men should embrace colors and not be afraid to wear slightly more bold accessories, which when worn in moderation, contrasted to their otherwise masculine selves, is rather sophisticated, portrays self confidence, creative sensibilities, and in now way, and I say, is in no way, wrong.

If you agree or disagree, let me know in the comments below.


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3 Responses to Blinging Pollack Slinky

  1. lisa says:

    I checked your blog and I like it so much!
    Visit my blog , and if you want we can follow each other via GFC!
    Have a great dat!

  2. hello, carolyn here.
    did you find my silver Super Slinky® bracelets too!

    • Carolyn, would love to buy your bracelets for my store in San Miguel de Allende but your website is malfunctioning. Here is the message below that I have gotten from every link I’ve tried. You contact me via email,, hopefully you are still making them!

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