Different Types of Bracelets Every Fashion Girl Should Know
Bracelets are so versatile that you can wear them with virtually any outfit, from casual to formal. And because they come in such a wide variety of materials, colors and styles, you can wear the same bracelet in many different outfits, making it an inexpensive way to add character and interest to your outfit without spending much money at all. In this guide, we’ll review some of the most popular types of bracelets out there, as well as accessories like bangles and cuffs, along with their best uses and tips on how to wear them.
One of the more versatile bracelets is a bangle. Bangles are best worn on the wrist because they are more difficult to clasp than most other bracelets. They come in all shapes and sizes, and they are usually made out of materials that have been rolled or hammered flat. The rounded shape can be either elegant or classy depending on the color, design and material. One example is a delicate gold bangle with diamonds that’s great for formal occasions.
A bangle with star-shaped ends is also popular as it’s perfect for casual wear since it won’t get in your way while you’re doing everyday tasks like typing at a computer or driving a car. It’s not uncommon to find bangles that have both diamond cuts and star shapes on one bracelet – very classy!
Elegant bracelets are great for making a statement. They can be rounded, beaded, or even have a mix of both. One example is the Tiffany & Co. silver ball bracelet with round beads. This bracelet is perfect for someone who wants to make an elegant statement without going overboard on jewelry. Another type of elegant bracelet is the tasseled rope bracelet from Nordstrom’s which would be great for a more casual look and feel. These bracelets are perfect for anyone who wants to dress up their outfit but doesn’t want to go too overboard with jewelry.
For example, if you’re wearing jeans and a shirt it might not be appropriate to wear chunky gold bangles as well. But if you’re wearing an evening gown these might work nicely! If you don’t see anything that fits your style or needs in this blog post then check out the many other types of bracelets we’ve covered before in our previous posts: there’s something for everyone! We hope this has helped give you some ideas about what to buy next time you’re at the mall or browsing online. Remember, every piece of jewelry is different so keep trying new things until you find what works best for you!
A chain bracelet is a simple, chic accessory that will add to any outfit and can be worn with anything. They’re perfect for every day wear or a night out on the town. Some people like to wear them as more of a chunky piece, while others like them layered with other bracelets. You can even wear one as an anklet, if you’re looking for something a little more casual! No matter how you style your chain bracelet, it’s sure to add some flair to your look. These are usually made of sterling silver, which makes them super durable. What’s better than silver? Gold chains, which are also very versatile and can be worn casually or dressed up to match almost any outfit! If you don’t want a big bulky bracelet, try wearing two thin gold chains stacked together for double the elegance. Lastly, there are those of us who love the classic simplicity of diamonds-perfect for those who like understated bling in their everyday accessories.
White pearls make for another staple that pairs nicely with most outfits. And then, of course, there’s the trendy fashionista’s go-to: color! There are so many different types of colors available these days that this might be a bit overwhelming. One way to figure out what colors suit you best is by matching your skin tone. For example, someone with light skin would probably benefit from choosing lighter tones such as pink or yellow since they already have darker hair and eyes. Lighter skinned individuals should steer clear of blue or black bracelets because they’ll just blend into the paleness of their skin tone.
Diamond Jewelry Trends
Diamond Jewelry is one of the most popular types of jewelry. From its timeless elegance to its versatility, diamonds are a must have in every jewelry collection. Diamonds are available in many colors and shapes but the most popular shape is round brilliant cut. Round brilliant cut diamonds come in three different grades: E-F-G with the G being the most expensive and highest quality. The best part about diamond jewelry is that it can be worn year round with any outfit because it goes with everything! You can dress up your outfit by wearing a pair of diamond stud earrings or you can keep things casual by wearing a simple set of diamond hoops.
Either way, you’re sure to receive compliments all day long. When shopping for diamonds make sure you find out if the store has their own laboratory. The reason this is important is because not all stores do have laboratories and those that don’t will often send customers to get their work done elsewhere, which will save them some money on labor costs. If they do happen to work on their own jewelry then they should also be able to offer information on cleaning procedures and other services they provide like free appraisals
Cuff Bracelet Styles
These bracelets are usually made with a band and a hinge to create a cuff look. The most popular ones are worn around the wrist, but they can also be worn as an anklet. This style is perfect for stacking. You could also wear them on your ankle or your upper arm like bangles. They’re available in leather, woven bands, or cotton fabric that can be easily tied on your wrist or ankle with a knot or string.
Slip-On Bracelets: Slip-on bracelets, such as these turquoise gems pictured above, have a clasp closure at one end of the bracelet that slides along until it’s securely fastened into place. If you’re not into wearing metal jewelry or don’t want something so tight on your wrist all day long, this might be the perfect option for you! Wristbands: These thick elastic (or sometimes latex) straps make for easy slip-ons. You just pull one end through the other to tighten it onto your wrist! Stackable Cuff: Some people like their cuffs to come down farther than others do; this style accommodates those needs by coming in different sizes so you can stack up any way you want!