Bracelet Stacking 101

September 01, 2021 3 min read

BUILDING 

THE 

PERFECT STACK


There is something just oh-so-chic about a well-styled wrist. When chosen thoughtfully, a bracelet stack can exude playfulness, confidence, and power. Yet tossing on any old combination of wrist wear can look mismatched and confused. Curious to learn how to style your arm wear?

We've got you covered!


Lisa believes in following a few easy rules for finding your signature stack and we've shared them with you below. Don't worry - you don't have to follow them too closely and you can definitely add your own sense of flair as you go. 

Featured above: the Dainty Fearless Set with honey calcite, moonstone and citrine



Get ready to start stacking, Gems!

Go for 

Odd Numbers

Designing a cohesive stack looks best in odd numbers. Whether you wear 3, 5 or even 7 bracelets at a time, odd numbers are more appealing to the eye and paradoxically create a sense of visual balance.   

While odd numbers are in, wearing more than 7 bracelets on one wrist is out. Wearing too many bracelets at once can be distracting and can also get in the way of any activity you may be doing. 

Lisa's favourite number to stack: THREE. Wearing three bracelets strikes the perfect balance between playfulness and practicality. But it's your choice how many you decide to stack! 

Featured above: the Dainty Serenity Set with green moonstone, rainbow moonstone and gold filled accents

Choose Colours That Will Compliment

It can sometimes be tempting to want to wear several of our favourite colours on our wrist at once (who doesn't love showing off their fun sense of style?!) 

However, wearing too many different hues at the same time can overwhelm the eye. Lisa recommends narrowing your choice down to complementary tones: pastel with pastel, jewel tone with jewel tone, for example.  

A great way to add a splash of contrast is to add a neutral into the mix. Moonstone, for instance, is pearl white and goes well with pretty much any tone.  

Featured above: the Dainty Transformation Set with green moonstone, rainbow moonstone and honey calcite

Add Texture to Your Stack

Add a gold or silver bracelet with your beaded bracelets to add texture to your stack. 

Another sweet and simple way to add a splash of contrast is to add a neutral into the mix. Moonstone, for instance, is pearl white and goes well with pretty much any tone. 

Think of it this way, the more tones and textures you add, the more dynamic your stack will be!

Featured above: the Dainty Expression Set with moonstone, blue lace agate and sterling silver


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