How-To-Wear-Guide For Stacked Bracelets by Rachel's Cure By Design
Posted on July 04 2016
What's an arm party? Why, it is a bracelet party on your arm and Rachel's Cure By Design loves a great bracelet party. When it comes to stacking our beautiful pieces, more is definitely more. Think three to eight worn on the same wrist. Bangles, beads, cuff, watches and much more. We know that everyone loves to stack our bracelets, so we decided to share with you some style tips, that you can take with you just about anywhere you go.
When & Wear Should I Wear Stacked Bracelets:
You can take arm parties with you just about anywhere you go - work, girls night out, errands, brunch or shopping. Just consider what you will be doing and adjust your arm candy accordingly. At work, you may not want a bunch of heavy bracelets and or cuffs dragging across your desk or keyboard - so go for something simpler, or lighter. One of our favorite pieces is the Catalina (pictured below) This ivory river stone is stunning with the focal bead in mixed agate. It pairs well with many of our styles in our collection or wears well alone.
Mix It Up
Not only does gold, silver, bronze or rose gold all play nicely together, so do other things like wood, beads and stones. Do not ever be afraid to mix-it-up and try something new or different. We guarantee someone will be noticing your arm candy, so prepare to receive stacks of compliments.
Go For Color
Try different colors and shades, it does not always have to be just one color. You can also mix in all kinds of shapes, sizes and embellishments to keep it interesting. If your outfit is neutral, play up the color in your bracelets to give your look a bright pop. One of our favorite pieces is the Mai Tai (pictured below), multi-color discs flanked by rare bone accents and an antique etched focal bead, sure to give your outfit that standout edge.
Remember when layering make sure you mix the size and scale of your bracelets. You would not do all cuffs on one arm, but a cuff with a thin leather bracelet and beaded bracelet is just the right mix of bold and subtle.
Mix delicate beads for an ultra-feminine look.
photos & styling by Suzanne Mauro
About Rachel's Cure by Design: All pieces are handmade in Pittsburgh at the Rachel's Cure by Design studio. In addition, the leadership team takes care of day-to-day business operations. Rachel is currently pursuing her medical degree.
Each member of the RCBD team is just as dedicated and passionate as Rachel herself in supporting JDRF and additional organizations that benefit from the sales of the jewelry.
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