How To Layer Your Gothic Bracelets

Accessories can transform your look if you wear them correctly. Don't be afraid to mix your gothic bracelets. If you have a gold or a silver watch you don't have to keep the metals the same. You just have to play around with each one of them and see what works for you. I'm going to show you a few different ways to stack them to make them work. It's a very trendy way to wear bracelets.

I don't recommend it for everyone because some people feel uncomfortable wearing many bracelets, but it really complements an outfit especially if you're just wearing something simple to dress up your outfit. Wearing a bunch of bracelets is trendy and can be worn on a cocktail party, wedding or anything like that, but going out on Saturday night with your friends is the perfect option. Here are some tips to help you mix things.

Don't Overload Your Wrist

I stack my bracelets every day. This is a great way to start. You can start with one of your regular pieces that you wear every day. The most important role when wearing your cuffs or bracelets is to ensure that you don't overload your wrist with other small stacking bracelets. It's an easy way to mess up your entire look. I think a mistake that people make often is wearing a statement cuff and then thinking it's okay to mix in smaller pieces. I think sometimes it just sort of ruins the look of how beautiful one singular piece can be.

Mixing Different Metals

One thing that I'm seeing on the wrist of most people is the resurgence of mixing metals. If you're going to mix metals don't be afraid to start small and work your way up. It's okay to wear bangles with cuffs since it's a nice element to your wrist just add in that one bangle and gives it more movement to your wrist. Stacking bracelets are for everybody so don't be afraid to try them out.

Mixing Colors

If you do beaded ones make sure to mix beaded ones in. They don't necessarily have a color than either gold or silver so they work with silver or gold jewelry perfect. I think it's fun to add colors if the rest of your outfit is plain. Do not add colors if you have colors happening with your outfit unless you're totally matching those colors. It would be okay to do a purple shirt/dress if you had a bracelet with purple in it.

Conclusion

I tend to wear gothic bracelets a lot so I'm sure you also like them too. But you don't have to wear them on both arms. I usually do one arm of stacked Gothic bracelets and the other one I'll just wear like a bold watch or one bracelet that's kind of bold just to weigh out a little bit, but not too much. It doesn't matter which arm you do it on.