From charm bracelets to diamond tennis bracelets, bracelets can complete your look and add some fun to your look. If you want to make bracelets a part of your jewelry style, you’ve come to the right place!
No matter your style, this article has the scoop on how to wear bracelets to appear stylish and put together. Keep reading for some tips.
Consider Your Wrist Size
You’ll want a bracelet that complements your wrist, so consider your bone structure when selecting one. A woman with smaller wrists may choose something thicker and chunkier for example, to make her wrist appear bigger.
If she has thicker wrists, however, a more dainty bracelet may make them appear smaller. There are some exceptions here, and these are really more suggestions rather than rules, so try out different sizes and thicknesses to see what really works for your wrist structure.
Figure Out Your Style
Are you into colorful beaded bracelets? Prefer metals like gold or stainless steel bracelets? Maybe you like natural materials, such as hemp or leather. Whatever it is that you like, figure out your style and stick with it.
If you dress up for work every day, metals or beaded bracelets might be the best option for you. If you’re casual more often, though, your jewelry can be a bit more casual as well.
Don’t just limit yourself to one bracelet! Master the art of stacking and layering your bracelets. You can mix styles, metals, thicknesses, and widths. You want to make it look effortless, so don’t try to get too matchy-matchy.
Some companies even make stacks of mismatched, but coordinated, bracelets that you can buy to wear together, taking the guesswork out of it for you!
Don’t be afraid to wear a bracelet or bracelets with your watch either. Whether you’re wearing a watch with a metal link band or a leather band, you can find a complementary bracelet to wear with it in your stack. Many watches even come with bands that look like bracelets, such as bangle watches or linked chain bands.
Mix and Match
Don’t feel like you have to stick to all one material either. Feel free to mix silver, gold, rose gold, leather, mala beads, you name it. As long as it coordinates, you don’t have to be stuck with matching bracelets up and down your wrist!
Consider Your Sleeve Length
Save the bracelets for sleeveless tops, short or 3/4 length sleeves, or long-sleeved tops that you’ll roll the sleeves up. There’s no point in wasting your awesome bracelets on a shirt where no one will see them!
Not to mention, it might get uncomfortable to have bracelets layered over your sleeves.
How to Wear Bracelets…However You Want!
These are just some helpful tips on how to wear bracelets to get you started. There are no hard and fast rules, so wear what you like! Don’t be afraid to get creative. Jewelry is a safe way to try out different styles for yourself.
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