March Bracelets

March is traditionally considered the first month of Spring bringing with it sunshine! Loads of hot Greek sun! Tradition has it that to be protected by the hot sun you need to wear a March Bracelet!

Before you start thinking “It’s not March, yet!” let me tell you that you need to get ready today to welcome March tomorrow!
March is traditionally considered the first month of Spring bringing with it sunshine! Loads of hot Greek sun! Tradition has it that to be protected by the hot sun you need to wear a March Bracelet!
Red and white yarn are woven together to make a small bracelet which is worn from March 1st until you first see a stork, swallow, or budding tree!

March is traditionally considered the first month of Spring bringing with it sunshine! Loads of hot Greek sun! Tradition has it that to be protected by the hot sun you need to wear a March Bracelet!1. DOVE | 2. EVIL-EYE | 3. LADYBAG | 4. SWALLOW

Honestly talking, trees have already started budding in Greece and swallows have already made their appearance and started building their nests but that doesn’t mean we can not wear our March bracelets!
I personally don’t remove them from my wrist until the first drops of autumn rain have started falling and I love wearing them together with my stack of spring and summer bracelets!
How about you Sunshines? Do you wear a March bracelet? Are you ready to start now? Scroll down to see some of the most beautiful March bracelets along with other bracelets you can wear together for ultimate style!
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March is traditionally considered the first month of Spring bringing with it sunshine! Loads of hot Greek sun! Tradition has it that to be protected by the hot sun you need to wear a March Bracelet!

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