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One large cuff calls for two smaller pieces. Photo credit: Tumblr
When wearing dainty chains, be sure your larger items are not too overpowering. Photo credit: Sarah Yates
Take our texturizing tip a step further and layer your bracelets over one another. Photo credit: Tumblr
Pay attention to color. This fashionista is wearing an (almost) monochromatic stack. Photo credit: The Man Repeller
Hermès. Cartier. Meet the friendship bracelet. Photo credit: Tumblr
Who knew your pricey heirloom watch paired so well with fun costume jewelry? Photo credit: Atlantic-Pacific
Save your real diamonds for that upcoming charity gala and play with crystals instead. Photo credit: HonestlyWTF for BaubleBar
Ever heard of an ?arm party?? Coined by the ever-eccentric Leandra Medine (just ask your 16-year-old niece), the term refers to piling a bevy of bangles atop your wrists--way more fashionable than wearing just one. Yet while it seems simple enough, suddenly you can?t see your forearm and can be heard ?clanging? from a mile away.
Fear not. We?ve got a few tips on how to achieve a refined version of the stack.
Coordinate colors When creating a stack, keep a color scheme in mind (thankfully, the easiest one, monochromatic, is also on trend). If you want to add a pop of color, be sure that the rest of your bracelets lean on the neutral side.
Our stack: Hayden-Harnett + Melinda Maria + BaubleBar
Mix high and low Remember your great-aunt?s heirloom tennis bracelet? Break it out and pair it with an inexpensive cuff. Or make a homemade friendship bracelet (it?s a seriously relaxing pastime) and wear it with your best timepiece this summer.
Our stack: Cartier + Shashi + Mane Message + Miansai
Don?t wear all of your diamonds at once. We know you?re fabulous, but let?s save the big guns for that upcoming charity gala.
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