THEIR JEWELRY: The Art of Stacking Bracelets

Whether you are just starting out your bracelet collection or looking to level up, here are some tips for you: 

  • Keep Things Light 

Always start small - if it's your first time trying out multiple bracelets, dainty or similarly weighted layers are a great way to get used to the feeling of multiple bracelets on your wrists. Try the Drew Curb Chain Bracelet with the Stevie Link Bracelet

  • Layering Up 

If you’re ready to move on up from the world of smaller, stacking bracelets - there's something undeniably cool about layering up several of the same pieces.  Try stacking a few of the Reese Step Link Bracelet - you can thank us later. 

  • Stack, Stack, stack 

If you love to mix and match, chain bracelets are the easiest way to add something special to your wrist stack. Layer the Ezra Oversized Curb Chain Bracelet with the Reese Step Link Bracelet for a look everyone will be wanting. Don’t forget to add a smaller chain like the Aly Chain Link Bracelet and a cuff like the Ryan Uneven Cuff or the Zion Beveled Cuff on the other arm for the full look. 

Remember - there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to bracelet stacking. Have fun with it, mix and match and try things out to see what matches your personal style. 

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