The gold charm bracelet can be a part of your everyday wardrobe. It can take many forms and can be the ultimate, ever present statement piece, or it can created in a quieter, more understated way so the whole room won’t know it’s there. Here are some of our favorite tips on How to Wear a Gold Charm Bracelet.
The charm bracelet that will make the most noise and create the biggest jangle are those that evoke the bracelets that icons like Elizabeth Taylor and Pearl Bailey wore in the 1950’s and 1960’s. The first ingredient is a large link chain to which you can add big and bold charms that knock noisily together and make that sound your signature.
A thinner, more delicate bracelet chain will also create a statement look, but one that is more discreet and might fit a more active and casual lifestyle. Depending on the number of charms added, the more streamlined profile of a bracelet like this will be easily contemporary and timeless.
Whether bolder or more simple, mixing the gold charm bracelet with other chains of similar scale is a great approach. Those chains can mix in other metals and materials. For example, we like our bold gold charm bracelets with our 18k gold and ceramic layering chains. For another great accent to that look, add that same scale chain to your other wrist and create the perfect complement.
Wear that bold bracelets with a wrist full of dainty layering bracelets. The juxtaposition of scale works. Small accents big, and vice versa. Monica mixes our four to five of our poesy bracelets, fastened snugly to her wrist, with her charm bracelet that is anchored by our XL Ultra chain.
A WALL OF BANGLES OR CUFFS
Rather than going dainty, think bolder accents. Take a stack of your favorite bangles and layer them with your charm bracelet for a fully loaded wrist. A series of streamlined cuffs, or one large statement cuff, can create that same effect.
OVER THE SLEEVE
A look we love, even though we are heading out of winter, is the lone charm bracelet worn over the clean palette of a long-sleeved top. The deeper and richer the color will be like a painted canvas for your gold charm bracelet to contrast with. But don’t worry, it will still look awesome this spring and summer as you switch to those short or capped sleeve tops.
ONE IS NOT THE LONELIEST NUMBER
Whatever the scale, we love a gold charm bracelet with only one charm. It makes for an elegant look, and the charm and its meaning can inspire you while remaining understated and hidden from view. Find that one charm that is truly meaningful and let that be an empowering talisman on your gold charm bracelet.
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For more tips and ideas on How to Create Your Charm Bracelet, read about how Monica created charm bracelet.
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