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Our female friends have been attending an exclusive event for way too long: the arm party. Stacking bracelets has become habitual in the world of womenswear. So, where's us guys' invite? It's only fair to extend the invite so that gents, too, can join in on the forearm festivities.
And as eager as the fellas may be, good etiquette is essential to being the life of the party. Case in point: Blacking out at an arm party is just as regrettable as falling 10 drinks too deep at happy hour — if you're wearing more bracelets than you have fingers on one hand, you've blacked out.
With the wrist-wear menu we've concocted, it will be a challenge to rest at anything less than tipsy. But, with a splash of moderation, we've served up options that will keep you from looking back on this affair with shame, regret, and embarrassing photos to prove all of the above.
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