Jewelry Style Guide Part 3:
Assembling a stylish stack can elevate your look but it isn't as easy as throwing on several bracelets. You’ve got to take various metals, textures, shapes, and hues into account to create a good balance. We have put together some ideas, whether you’re a free-spirited bohemian or a polished prepster.
If you have minimalist sensibilities, you won’t want to wear too many bracelets. Start with a sleek sterling silver and amethyst piece. Then create the focal point of your stack. A cuff in a high-impact gemstone like the lapis lazuli/rainbow moonstone doublet will do the trick. Break up your more streamlined pieces and add texture with a chain-link bracelet.
Since no preppy look is complete without a charm, add a Love You Forever Charm Bracelet in lapis lazuli beads which will give it a pop of color and a Southampton nautical vibe. Add a little gold accent with the classic paisley design and an amethyst gemstone on the petite cuff to play off the blues.
The Femme Fatal:
Opt for a dainty piece that’s understated like the cable bracelet with a filigree heart. You can’t go wrong with pearls. The white shimmer balances out the sterling silver and girlier pink gemstone beads which amp up the feminine factor.
Wear a hefty cuff which will ground your stack like this one in blackened sterling silver and black onyx. Contrast with sterling silver accents to brighten the darker metal finishes as on the Bondage 2two strand cuff. A motorcycle jacket makes any look edgy to add the equivalent with a black leather bracelet.
Bohemian, shortened to Boho, is a style of jewelry and clothing exemplified by flowing lines, natural materials, and funky details. Bright colors, layers, and casual pieces are hallmarks of the Boho style.
A wrapped long chain necklace with beads could be that treasure found in an open-air marketplace. Mix your metals with the gold plated patterned beads on leather for a world traveler vibe. Give your stack a DIY feel with a bright, beaded bracelet.
Did you find your perfect bracelet stacking style?