Bracelet Logo Ideas:
The white lettering and icon stand out beautifully on the peaceful greenish background, which conveys a calming sense of balance and mindfulness. The bracelet design has a boho aesthetic, which goes well with the background color. The elegant Philosopher typeface adds a vintage feel to the design.
In advertising, purple typically portrays luxury and intrigue, creating a sense of attraction that will draw customers to your bracelet store. The large character set of the Cardo typeface suits the chunky beads used in the icon, and together they create an intriguing contrast to the color scheme.
The Rosarivo typeface used in this logo was designed to portray elegance. The combination of black and white, typically associated with good and evil, offers a great contrast and helps the simple but attractive icon of a bracelet with three beads stand out and make a powerful impression.
The soft gray and purple color scheme lends this logo an air of elegance and intrigue. The snaking design of the string of beads is suggestive of a bracelet and, with the crescents of light on some of the beads, adds a dynamic energy. The design is grounded by the sturdy-looking Noto Serif typeface.
The bracelet icon looks intricate and elegant, suggestive of high-end jewelry, reinforced by the rich yellow color suggestive of gold. The bright green gems adorning the bracelet further light up the design. The brown, playful Bubblegum Sans typeface underlines the design with a casual feel.
The elegant bracelet design of the icon, with a possible gemstone in the center, suits the Caudex typeface, designed in the 1990s, and gives this logo a vintage look. The light blue color scheme adds a refreshing calm and peacefulness to the logo for a modern twist on a vintage design.
The evenly distributed, soft gray beads give this icon a subtle elegance and lovely balance, while the bright pink four-leaf clover or quartet of hearts provides a strong contrast and adds a playfully romantic energy. The Cormorant Garamond typeface underpins the design with an authoritative feel.
The fresh blue and spring green color scheme gives this logo a vibrant, optimistic, and youthful character. The high contrast strokes and elegant serifs of the Philosopher typeface add a modern and luxurious feel to the tastefully understated double bracelet design, which may appeal to young adults.
The delicate lines charming clover of the bracelet design give the icon a graceful and exquisite appeal, while the warm purple color adds a lavish feel and fuels the imagination. The Cardo typeface, designed for the needs of classicists, balances this logo with its widely-spaced characters.
The use of this bold, gold ring icon creates a sense of wealth and prestige that would suit a business that manufactures bracelets from gold and other precious materials. The heavy icon is balanced by the handwritten effect of the Caudex typeface, which draws attention to the business name.
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Where can I find logo ideas for my bracelet business?
Check out our collection of bracelet logo ideas for inspiration. If you find a design you like, simply click on the image to refine the design to your liking with Zarla's easy-to-use editor.
How can I create a logo for my bracelet business?
- Think about your target market and the type of bracelets you will market.
- Be inspired by the materials used to manufacture them.
- Do some research and make a list of colors, icons, and fonts you would like to use in your logo.
- Use a bracelet logo maker and combine these elements to perfect the design to your liking.
Where can I find vector logos for my bracelet business?
With Zarla you can create, edit, and download a logo in vector format for free. Vector files are ideal for large displays as they can be scaled to any size without losing resolution.