Monday, August 1, 2016

Bracelet Stacking 101

Bracelets are a great way to transform an outfit so it’s not surprising that the new stacking trend has gained such an enormous popularity. However, assembling a stylish stack is a bit more difficult than it sounds – you have to take into account the various metals, textures, hues and shapes and ensure they complement each other. Here are a few tips that will help you master the bracelet stacking trend:

·        Start simple
If you’re a newbie to bracelet stacking, starting small and simple is your best option. Begin with 3-4 pieces sharing a unifying trait – such as bangles with different color or varying width – and try it on one wrist. Don’t be afraid to experiment, though – practice makes perfect.

·        Work the color
Balance is crucial, when it comes to bracelet stacking. If you’re looking for a more refined look, choose bracelets in the same color family but in different shades. Alternatively, you can use color as accent – to achieve this look, keep the majority of bracelets in neutral metal tones (silver or copper) and then use a wider and larger bracelet in a bright colored as a statement piece.
Choose your metals wisely
There are no rules when it comes to mixing and matching metals – yellow gold can look stunningly next to silver – but for best result, try to make sure there is one piece that contains all the metals you’re looking. Coordinating your metals will give you a much more sophisticated look.

·        Control the noise

Stacking bracelets might look great but can also result in an annoying side effect: they produce lots of noise. To control the noise factor, opt for close-fitting bracelets, or choose ones that are made of cloth, twine or leather – this will minimize the clanging. 

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