What you have on your wrists says a lot about you, especially if they shoot webs, and helped you briefly date the Black Cat during your black symbiote suit period. For affordable cuff bling available on the web, hit Nostalgic Links.
This massive collection of handmade cufflinks whimsically pimps your wrists with an assortment of retro-inspired artiness (classic toys, pop-culture icons, vintage artwork, etc.), all crafted by a Vancouver-based maker in what little time she doesn't spend working in a hospital/modeling/acting in roles like "Asian Girlfriend #1". You lose, Asian Girlfriends #2-7!
The linkery starts with 3/4in round numbers fronted with images from '70s and '80s TV, like the Kirk-arted Captain James with silver toned backs; a pair titled Statler & Waldorf graced by the surly Muppet Show critics; and some fronted by a smiling portrait of Dallas baddie J.R. Ewing, as Patrick is too busy eating Snickers/raising children who're really not that good at basketball.
Other choices range from video games (a Space Invaders screenshot), to Legos (simple bricks, full figures), to music-inspired pieces featuring artists like Vanilla Ice and Quiet Riot, also what happens when scab mimes stir things up during a strike.
Because she's from Canada
you dated her at camp every summer until you were 17, there're also vintage hockey logo numbers (Islanders, Red Wings), as well as non-Alpha-Flight comic-book characters like Archie's Mr. Hiram Lodge and Wonder Woman, whose indestructible bracelets would've said a lot about her wrists, if she wasn't always in that damn invisible plane.