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Guide to Layering Bracelets

Guide to Layering Bracelets

Bracelets are the perfect way to add some personality to your outfit, but they can also be a bit tricky to wear. They're made in all different lengths, shapes and materials, which means there's no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to pairing them with your other jewelry. However, if you want a cohesive look that stands out from the crowd without feeling too flashy or overdone, layer bracelets!

We've all seen them.

We've all seen them. The bracelet stack is a top jewelry trend that has been popular for years and shows no signs of slowing down. Bracelets are easy to wear, versatile, and can be worn in so many different ways that it's hard to make a mistake when layering them.

Here are some tips on how to layer your bracelets:

These bracelets are designed to layer, so you can mix and match them to your heart's content.

These bracelets are designed to layer, so you can mix and match them to your heart's content. You don't have to buy the same bracelet in multiple colors! Most of these bracelets feature several different color options.

Add a pop of color with a bright accent bracelet.

If you want to add a pop of color, but don't want to go overboard, try wearing a bright accent bracelet. This is especially helpful when you're trying to complement an outfit that's otherwise neutral or bold. For example:

  • If your top is neutral (black or white), wear a colorful bangle on your wrist. The contrast will draw attention to your hands and make them look more stylish than they would if they were bare. Our Diamond Letter Tennis Bracelet  adds colors to your outfits with its opal stones and charms. 
  • If your skirt is black, try pairing it with an orange beaded bracelet that matches the color of one of the flowers in your hair accessory--this will help tie everything together visually without being too matchy-matchy!

Accessorize with a statement piece on top and bottom.

The statement piece is the most noticeable piece of jewelry in your outfit, so it should also be the last piece of jewelry to go on. It's best to wear a bracelet or necklace as your statement piece, but if you're wearing multiple other bracelets or necklaces with this look (because why wouldn't you?), just make sure they're all understated and not too flashy.

For example: if I'm wearing a black dress with gold details and red shoes, I might pair those items with silver hoops and pearls on my ears. But then when it comes time for me to choose my necklace, instead of going with something like a big pendant or chunky chain (which would overpower all those delicate pieces), I'd probably opt for something like this simple chain link necklace by Gorjana--it adds some edge without being too gaudy! If you don’t feel the need to wear a necklace but still want to make a statement, the Double Link Bracelet  is your go-to piece. 

Try layering three thin bracelets at once for an edgier look.

  • If you're going to layer three bracelets at once, make sure they're thin. You don't want them to be too bulky and weigh down your wrist. Our Gold Paperclip Bracelet  is one of our thinner bracelets that can be used in layering your bracelets. 
  • Make sure you can still see your skin through the bracelets. You don't want any part of your arm or hand covered up by metal!
  • Try a mix of gold, silver and copper bracelets for an edgy look that's also subtle enough for everyday wear.

There are countless ways to layer bracelets, but these are the best ways to get started

Layering bracelets is a great way to add interest to your outfit. There are countless ways to layer bracelets, but these are the best ways to get started:

  • Start with the base layer. The first bracelet should be something simple and basic like a leather band or chain link bracelet. You'll want this piece on your wrist so that it can serve as an anchor for all other pieces in your look--it will also help keep them from sliding off during the day!
  • Add another layer that complements or contrasts with the first piece (but doesn't match). Choosing complementary colors like black and gold or navy blue and copper will create visual balance without being too matchy-matchy while contrasting colors like red against white create energy in an otherwise neutral look by drawing attention away from each other instead towards other parts of your ensemble such as shoes or bags where you might want more visual impact than what just one piece could provide alone."

There are so many different ways to layer bracelets, but these are the best ways to get started. You can always try mixing and matching different styles until you find something that works for your personal style and taste. When in doubt, go with something simple like a single strand of pearls or gold bangles that complement each other perfectly!

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