How to Mix and Match Bracelets

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This season, style setters from coast to coast are mixing it up by piling on bunches of bracelets. They are being used to create individual style statements and unique expressions of personality. What's interesting is that there are no rules that dictate how these bracelets should be worn. From a simple string bracelet to a dressier dazzling bangle to an everyday charm or chain link bracelet, the most opposite of designs and styles are being fused together for a fresh and fab end-result.

Celebs are fans of the mix-and-match bracelet trend and have thus inspired many others to do the same. From Lindsey Lohan to Mischa Barton to Jennifer Lopez, A-listers are loving piles of bracelets for day or night. It's pretty much becoming the norm to rock an armful of bracelets with everything you own. In fact, there's more versatility with bracelets than ever before.

For daytime, mix and match colorful beaded bracelets with metal tone bracelets for a balanced look that will work with many pieces in your closet. You don't have to wear a rainbow of colors when mixing bracelets. You can stick with a color palette of those in the same group or complimentary tones. For example, try tangerine, raspberry and gold bracelets for a bright pick me up. To offset neutrals, grab cool hues like teal, turquoise and navy. Have fun with your mix and most importantly, wear what makes you feel comfortable in your own skin.

For evening, choose bracelets that have sparkle and shine. Throw on a few rhinestone encrusted bracelets and pair with vintage art deco inspired numbers for a modern take on classic pieces. Mix in metal bangles in silver or gold for a completed look. For night time, it's okay to stack on bracelets in excess. Costume jewelry is the look of the moment, so take advantage of this trend and work it to your advantage.

Posted by Cherry Bruce, you can find more articles about bracelets: tennis bracelets, link bracelets, CZ bracelets, CZ jewelry & sterling silver jewelry on her blog: fashion jewelry articles.

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