Style Guide – How To Stack For The Win

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Author: Beth Bernstein Guest Editor from INSTORE magazine

The bracelet stacking trend is going strong this season. Although celebrity and fashion stylists as well as jewelry designers have an instinct for combinations that create a seemingly nonchalant sophistication, it takes a lot of time and effort to achieve this look. Gabriel & Co. has devised a collection that will give you the knack to stack.

The Bujukan Collection, which was inspired by a modern piece of decorative art, features a wide range of bracelets that provide easy and versatile options that fit comfortably one after another to layer on your wrist. All of the styles can be sized exactly to your wrist measurement. You can purchase the bracelets with the help of a measuring guide on the website or visit your local retailer to measure precisely and gauge the diameter of the bracelets, so you can stack them with ease and elegance.

Here are a few different ways you can wear some of the best-selling styles. Since you won’t be able to stop at just one, they have been built so that they mix, match and combine with each other. Read how different colors of metals can be worn together with bracelets containing bezel-set diamonds, pavé diamond balls and/or gold beads. Mix lucky numbers to start — three, five or seven styles at a time, and build your collection from these staples.

Here are some of our favorite combinations:

The “Three’s a Charm” stack:

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Combine colors and styles for the basic stack. A 14K yellow gold bead bracelet (BG4107-7Y4JJJ) with spherical balls at each end. A white gold bracelet in 14K (B4216-65W45JJ) with triangles pointing towards each other, giving an edginess and daring quality to the stack. And finally, the 14K yellow gold diamond bezel-set bracelet (BG4116-65Y45JJ) with all-around yellow gold balls.

The “Five-Story” stack:

 

Start with the 11-diamond architectural front and bead bracelet in 14K yellow gold (BG4228- 65Y45JJ) as your centerpiece bracelet. Then add one each of 14K white gold bracelets (BG4218- 65W45JJ), which has a slim bar of pavé diamonds, to either side of the 11-diamond style. To complete this symmetrical stack, try the simple bead and ball style in 14K yellow gold (BG4107- 7Y4JJJ) as the two outer bracelets.

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The “Heavenly Seven” stack:

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Choose a different style for each bracelet. Start with the 14K rose gold bracelet (BG4230- 65K45JJ) with pavé teardrops on each side and layer up from there. A 14K white gold bracelet (BG4217-65W45JJ) comes next with its three stations of pavé diamond bars in between the beads. Add in 14K yellow gold (BG4261-7Y45JJ) with hexagon-shaped ends to give a bolder look to your stack. Next, slide on 14K rose gold (BG4262-65K45JJ) to add the simplicity of a pavé bar which sits elegantly in the middle of this classic yet contemporary bracelet. Continue on with another statement style in 14K yellow & white gold (BG4253-65M45JJ) with pavé diamond hearts on each end. You can then layer on a thinner bracelet (BG4216-65W45JJ) with triangular ends in 14K white gold. To complete this stack, the final bracelet would be the multi bezel-set diamond bracelet in 14K yellow gold (BG4118Y45JJ).

To explore additional styles, go to https://www.gabrielny.com/bujukan

1 Comment

  1. #BujukanBabe on November 13, 2019 at 6:12 pm

    Love this! Thank you for the styling advice 😉

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