Rhinestone Bee Charm Faux Pearl Decor OT Buckle Bracelet

Rhinestone Bee Charm Faux Pearl Decor OT Buckle Bracelet

Looking for a little something extra to add to your outfit? Check out our rhinestone bee charm faux pearl decor OT buckle bracelet! This bracelet is the perfect way to add a little bit of personality to any outfit. This bracelet is made of genuine natural semi-precious stone, so it looks like crystal but is softer and is guaranteed to last! Get ready for some swooning looks!

This bracelet is made from genuine natural semi-precious stone. This bracelet looks like a bead and when it goes on, it stays put and doesn’t pop off! This piece is great for any occasion; this piece goes great with jeans, skirts, dresses, pants and even shorts! We have also made this in several different colors so you can pick the color that you like best!

What you will receive: Rhinestone Bee faux pearl bracelet in many colors. This comes in a beautiful blue box. Each bracelet is in its own individual sealed polyethylene bag so that nothing gets ruined. You will get one bracelet.

This bracelet is perfect for wearing on any outfit. A perfect gift for anyone on your list!

This item qualifies for free shipping anywhere in the United States. If out of the United States, you will be charged for shipping and insurance (for both the bracelet and the box).

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# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.

import platform
import sys

import pygit2

def ParseGitOutput(out, *args):
“””Parses a git output line and returns a dictionary of the parsed objects.

out: string containg git output
*args: ignored.
line = out.split()[0] objects = {}

if line.startswith(‘unmerged’) or line.startswith(‘rebase’) or line.startswith(‘reverse…’):
return objects

if “add” in line:
objects[‘+’] = int(line.split

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