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Shake things up with celebrity-inspired Shakira bracelet

April 26, 2010

Celebrity-inspired design? Sometimes it works and sometimes (shades of Lindsay Lohan!) it’s a disaster. So initially, when I was contacted about the Hard Rock Artist Spotlight Bracelet by Shakira, I admit I was a little skeptical.

That all changed when I saw this great piece, which was inspired by the legendary performer. This limited-edition bracelet features Chakira beads with custom clasps and retails for only $12.Best of all, not only will this gorgeous piece add a serious wow factor to your summer wardrobe, the proceeds from the Artist Spotlight Bracelet will benefit Fundacin Pies Descalzos (The Barefoot Foundation).

The Barefoot Foundation is a U.S. non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in 1997 by Shakira herself. As a result of her humanitarian efforts, Shakira was even appointed UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador – the youngest world representative of this organization!

The Barefoot Foundation is devoted to ensuring that every child can exercise his or her basic right to a quality education.  The organization’s aim is to improve the education and quality of life for the millions of boys and girls denied the chance to fulfill their potential. Sales of bracelet will help make this possible, so you can look good and do good at the same time!

In addition to the Shakira bracelet, the Hard Rock Artist Spotlight program features the work of many other noted artists and performers and contributes to global and humanitarian causes worldwide. Since it was established in 1971, Hard Rock has been committed to a wide variety of philanthropic causes and activities around the world.

Just another reason to love Shakira!

Susan McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur and social activist. In addition to Susan Said What?! Susan also writes for Style on a WHIM, It’s how you play the game!, and Success Won’t Wait!


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