How to choose the right bracelet for your style?

When it comes to jewelry, you can’t go wrong with pretty bracelets. What makes bracelets so much fun is that they can be enjoyed in a completely different way than necklaces—after all, you can see them while you’re wearing them! Perfect for layering and stacking, bracelets have been worn by women and men throughout the ages.

The word bracelet derives from the Greek word "brachile," which means “of the arm." Early bracelets were made of grasses, slender tree limbs, and shells, as well as copper and bronze.There is evidence that people in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and China wore bracelets. Bracelets became more intricate and decorative after the Bronze Age, when jewelry was a symbol of status and wealth. Bracelets were made of gold and silver, and adorned with stones and shells.

During the Victorian Era, charm bracelets with engraved charms and dangling lockets were incredibly popular. In the 19th century, bracelet chains became stylish, and they linked cameos and medallions decorated with ivory and coral. Fashion jewelry became mass-produced and more affordable in the 20th century.

Today, bracelets are created from a wide variety of materials (such as metal, cloth, plastic, and leather) and are typically embellished with gemstones, crystals, metal, and pearls. They are designed to fit all lifestyles and genders. With so many beautiful bracelets to choose from, how do you find the right bracelet style for your personality and lifestyle? In this articleposted by, we’ll help you find the perfect bracelets and provide some tips on how to wear them for years to come.

There are many things to consider when you’re shopping for the right bracelet style, including the activities you’ll be engaged in, where you’re going, and what you’ll be wearing. It’s a good idea to have a wide variety of bracelet styles in your jewelry wardrobe so you’ll be ready for any occasion.

Tips for Wearing Your Favorite Bracelets
Make sure you fasten the clasp properly. If the clasp seems weak or opens by itself, bring the bracelet to your jeweler for a quick adjustment or repair.

If you have difficulty fastening clasps (as many of us do!), have your jeweler replace the clasp with a magnetic one. It will be stronger and easy to use, and this will enable you to continue to wear your favorite piece for years to come.

If you’re keeping up with style, you might want to have multiple bracelets for layering this year. When layering bracelets, keep the scale similar to avoid tangling or overwhelming a delicate bracelet with a chunky, heavy one. if the bracelet is delicate or very precious, don't layer it—let it stand on its own.

Don’t be afraid to mix silver and gold, or other metals. Feel free to layer a gold bracelet with a silver one, or a bronze bracelet with a steel one. Remember, there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to wearing bracelets. And the more, the better!