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Stacking Bracelets

An armful of bracelets is an easy way to express your personal style. Think of it like a collection of the type you might have in your home, each bracelet tells a story—of a trip, a moment,or just about what you like.

 

Master The Basics

  1. At first, stick to one wrist only. Stacks on both wrists adds up to a lot of "look." If you're new to this, it may feel conspicuous.
  2. The easiest way to stack is to wear multiples of one type of bracelet, such as all bangles, all leather straps, all thick chains.
  3. Sticking to a theme also helps. All silver, all beaded, or pieces of the same style—vintage or boho—will look most cohesive.
  4. Start with your watch. It gives you something to build on. Pick up the color of the case or the band in the rest of your stack.

Then Go Pro

  1. Add in a layer of color or two with a bright leather strap or beaded pieces.
  2. Mix opposites—fine with costume, fabric with metal, beads with gems, pearls with leather, gold with silver.
  3. If you've picked up one color from your watch or a statement piece, try picking up a second and then a third.
  4. Experiment.
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Diana Cesaria Fine Jewelry
Tennis Bracelet
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Provides 93 Days of school
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Legends Naga Stingray Bracelet
$795
Provides 23 Days of school

Harika
Geometric Cuff
$2,120
Provides 77 Days of school
Amrapali
Mini Enamel Star Chain Bracelet
$895
Provides 26 Days of school
John Hardy
Naga Brushed Gold Cuff Bracelet
$2,250
Provides 67 Days of school
Stephanie Kantis
Egyptian Gold Bangle
$195
Provides 6 Days of school