My cardinal rule for practical shopping is to make sure that you never buy something you already have. One of the best ways to do this is to keep mental inventory of clothes/accessories/shoes you already own. That way, you know exactly what you have at any given point in time. You will want to make sure that your things are 1. organized and 2. visible. If they’re organized but invisible you aren’t likely to remember them when you’re about to buy something remarkably similar at the store.
I’ve previously written about some tips to store make-up, necklaces, and small trinkets, but bracelets in particular can be cumbersome because of their size. To store them safely, I simply grouped like-sized bracelets together and slipped them over old rolled-up magazines. The great thing is that the magazines are solid and stand on their own. They also mold directly to the shape of the bracelets so you don’t have to worry about them slipping off. You can use different magazines per color group for maximum order.
These cost nothing if you have old magazines lying around at home, and takes only a few seconds to roll up just so.