Perfect stack: A step-by-step guide to layering bracelets

Hermes bangle, Vita Fede Titan, Eddie Borgo studded bracelet, Salvatore Ferragamo wrap bracelet, Vita Fede Mini Titan
Seriously stacked bracelets are having a big fashion moment. On blogs, in magazines and spotted on the hottest celebrities, if there's one accessories trend to try, it may just be this one.
But sometimes, getting the right pieces together to create that perfect layered style can be harder than it looks.
If you're feeling a little lost, take a look at this step-by-step guide to help get you stylishly stacked. 

Let's get started.
Hermes enamel cuff
Start off with a statement cuff or bangle. 
Hermes bangle, Vita Fede Titan,
 Then, shift shapes with something irregular such as a chain, twisted bangle or -- in this case -- a hinged Vita Fede Titan bracelet
Because my first piece was silver toned and the remainder of my pieces are going to be gold, I chose to break them up with a bi-coloured piece. 
Continuity, or at least an easy transition piece, can be key to creating the perfect stack. 
Next, go for a piece that is slimmer than the others you've used so far. The change in size keeps the stack from looking like a prison shackle, while also allowing for a bigger piece to come next.
 I chose to mix up the texture of the stack with a studded bracelet by Eddie Borgo
No arm candy can be complete without a leather wrap bracelet, and this black and gold Salvatore Ferragamo is made extra special by the delicate bow. 
Leaving the leather cuff last can create a harsh cutoff at your wrist, so I chose to finish the stack with a slim statement bracelet in a bright gold for a final feminine touch. 

Hope this helps ... and Happy Stacking! 


Unknown said…
Great guide. I'm loving every bracelet here.

Maria Speaks Prada
Aleesha said…
Thank you, Maria!