The "stacked bracelets" trend


The world's first bracelets were not worn for beaut: they were attributed magical abilities, like, for example, protection from evil spirits and diseases. However, people grew fond of the decorative features of bracelets, and some of them quickly realized that more was better.

The "stacked bracelets" trend is almost as old as the accessory itself. Even ancient Egyptian show how the Egyptians loved them: they wore thin metal ornaments in abundance on both their arms.

In every nation's tradition, the meanings conveyed by bracelets varied: they served German soldiers as amulets, and protected them in battle, while in Russia there were a sign of their owner's nobility. In the Middle Ages bracelets with a hidden meaning were popular - for example, you could read the first letters of the names of the stones and recognize the owner's creed. In the 19th century, locket bracelets and bracelets with portraits inside were an absolute must-have. The history of stacked bracelets continued in the 20th century, when bangles bracelets with various charm pendants were invented, telling about the life of their owner: religion, hobbies, and family status. But can just one charm tell about a whole life?

If you are willing to experiment and don't mind taking the time to create a special combination of bracelets, guided by solely your own taste and inspiration, your wrists are bound to draw attention everywhere you go.

Despite the apparent simplicity of the task, the artistic ensemble must always be carefully considered. The main rule is select a basis for composition - a certain color or texture, a plain metal bracelet or a watch, to which you will add thin bracelets with various elements.Take a black spinel wide bracelet from the 'Night' collection as a basis and wear it together with thin strands with bright elements from the Monarch Butterfly and Navieblu collections. To make the composition more casual, you can add to a few plain Bravo Man leather bracelets.