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Note: Camille was the inspiration for the development of N-Style ID in 1999. Camille is my daughter and when she was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at age 10, we tried to find a medical ID bracelet that would look fashionable instead of institutional. Our search turned up only a few options and none of them were stylish. That is when I started making medical ID jewelry for kids and adults to be proud to wear. I hope you enjoy all of the fashionable medical ID jewelry we provide.
At 28, Camille says she is feeling the healthiest she has ever been and she is very in tune with her body. Camille has Type 1 Diabetes. About 5 months ago, she decided to try using an insulin pump, and she says it a huge improvement over giving herself shots. “It is so much easier to control my blood sugar with the pump,” said Camille.
An insulin pump is a small computerized device that adheres to the skin and injects insulin into the fatty tissue. Insulin is delivered in steady measured doses called the basal rate. When needed, a surge (or bolus) dose can be made—usually around mealtime.
I was having coffee with a friend the other day when she asked me if I remember ordering an ID bracelet when in grade school. She recounted how excited she was in sixth grade when the school kids were given that opportunity.
They all poured over the flyer showing a row of the same 10 metal bracelets with different engraved images on the front that were designed to customize each bracelet.
She mentioned it because the memory came back to her when she visited the N-Style ID website—and she dug around in her jewelry box and found that bracelet.
A Type 2 diabetes diagnosis in her family had led her to shop for fashion medical alert bracelets on our website. She said she couldn’t believe the selection and styles. It made her feel, that same excitement she felt in sixth grade, but said that this time she is overwhelmed by the number of choices.
It’s true that ID bracelets have come a long way over the years. Clicking on the N-Style ID website’s “Women’s” page opens to an array of beautiful medical alert bracelet styles. From feminine and elegant bangles or beads to sporty leather or nylon styles, the options abound for wearing a bracelet with every mood, outfit or activity.
Our 14 karat gold bangle bracelets are elegant and beautiful.
A variety of chain bracelets run from delicate single chains to chunky layers of multiple-styled chains.
Leather or bright cord braided bracelets add to a laid back and fun look.
Beaded bracelets bring in earthy style and can be worn as casual or dressy.
All-the-rage charm bracelets meld your medical ID with your favorite charm beads from N-Style ID and from other popular bead-charm collections sold elsewhere.
Beautiful medical ID bracelets are a hallmark of N-Style ID’s collection. The company was established from the desire to provide medical alert jewelry pieces that are fun to wear.
My original vision was to help those with conditions requiring medical alert bracelets to have a little less stress about their illnesses. I hope that by providing fashion medical ID jewelry pieces that are stylish and fun we can build some positive associations with wearing a medical alert ID.
Hearing my friend describe her excitement and anticipation while browsing our website tells me that we just may be having that affect.
A few days after our conversation, my friend decided to buy a series of interchangeable bands because, she said, these bracelets are also beautiful accessories.
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