No matter what’s your style, you can find inspiration over here. But before we start, let’s make a statement with these 5 key tips to styling your bracelets that apply to whatever your style is.
1. DON’T BE AFRAID OF MIX AND MATCH.
You can combine multiple bracelets and create a fancy and unique collection that fits perfectly for you. You can add different types of jewelry to your wrist and still look amazing. To do it so, take into consideration to maintain similar traits to complement one another, for example all yellow gold or all black pvd. However, you can expand your creativity adding some bracelets with particular details and making an unique look depending on your outfit.
2. COMFORT IS THE KEY.
The best part of using a bracelet is the feeling of perfection in your arm. Make sure to choose a style comfortable to wear, not just wonderful to look at.
Remember, nobody wants to be worried about the extra size of your bracelet falling of, or the tight feeling in your veins.
3. AT TIMES… LESS IS MORE.
We looove to mix and create combinations with multiple bracelets, but sometimes is not always what you need. At times, the simplicity will be exactly what you're looking for, you can be surprised at what a single thin bracelet can do to improve your look.
4. METALS DO NOT MIX.
A basic but powerful tip. When you’re stacking different bracelets, make sure to keep the same metal color into your combinations to unify them.
In case your bracelet is already combined with two types of metal colors, for example yellow and white gold, you can try to mixing them to see how it looks.
5. CONSIDER YOUR SLEEVES.
This is maybe the most important styling tip over here, always keep into consideration your sleeves. The main objective of using jewelry is to show it off, so if you’re wearing a long-sleeves shirt, doesn’t make sense to wear bracelets that no one will see.
You can better wear your best combinations using ¾ length sleeves or short sleeves, this way they will become the protagonist of your look.
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