5 Ways to Style The Same Bracelet

I love dressing up my wrist! Don’t you?

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This blog post is sponsored by Monica Vinader; all opinions are 100% my own.

One of the main reasons I like wearing bracelets and rings way more than other accessories is because I get to see them whenever I look down at my hands, all the time, anytime! Whereas necklaces and earrings are mostly for others to look at, if you know what I mean?

I’ve been a big fan of the English jewelry brand Monica Vinader since I first came across it in college in the U.K. And ever since I got the Signature Thin Bangle, I basically wear it every day. Most recently, the brand launched the Alta Capture Bracelet collection, which very quickly became one of my favorites because it’s so versatile and can be styled in so many ways. It’s the ultimate customizable piece!

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 Use TRICIA20 to get 20% off any piece ordered on  Monica Vinader ’s website. Photography by  Ashley Gallerani .

Use TRICIA20 to get 20% off any piece ordered on Monica Vinader’s website. Photography by Ashley Gallerani.

 

Read on to see how you can style the Alta Capture Charm bracelet in 5 different ways:

 
 Personalize your bracelet with different pendants; photo by Ashley Gallerani.

Personalize your bracelet with different pendants; photo by Ashley Gallerani.

  1. Customize It with Charms

Monica Vinader designed a collection of assorted charms for the bracelet. From alphabets for your initials to gemstones and diamond pendants, there is a wide selection that suits every mood and occasion.

It is really easy to add pendants to the bracelet because of the clever and thoughtful design behind the bracelet itself. To add or remove a charm, you simply press open any “link” of the bracelet. You don’t need additional tools to tighten anything, and no force is required; it’s very hassle-free, and elegant, I’d say!

Some of my favorite pendants are the letter “T,” (because both my name and my mom’s name start with a T), which comes in rose gold, gold, and silver, and the Riva Hoop with pave diamond.

2. Stack Them Up!

I love stacking bracelets but sometimes find it difficult to know if they actually go together. But I realized, when in doubt, just pick out those from the same color family! I love rose gold, so I have a lot of rose gold pieces to choose from. I also have a rose gold watch and love throwing that into the arm party, too!

3. Wear It Over Your Sleeves

As colder days approach, I’m starting to only wear long-sleeves tops and sweaters or have some sort of outerwear. And the best way to show off my pretty bracelet is to wear it over the sleeves! I especially like doing this to looser sleeves because it then gives them a fun flare — you basically create your own statement sleeves just like that!

 Photo by Ashley Gallerani.

Photo by Ashley Gallerani.

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4. Accessorize The Accessory

Add texture to the bracelet by incorporating accessories such as a silk scarf, ribbons, pins, hair ties, pretty strings etc., that may give it a pop of color or more definition!

5. Use it as a Bag Charm

Yes, your bags deserve some bling, too! I love accessorizing my bags with scarves, charms, etc., and I personally think chunkier pieces like the Alta Capture Charm bracelet look really good on bags!

 

How do you style or wear your bracelets? Share your ways with me by leaving a comment below!

Thank you for reading, everyone!

Love,

Tricia

Use TRICIA20 to get 20% off your purchase on www.monicavinader.com; offer only valid from October 22 at 8am EST to October 24 at 9am EST, 2018.

 

Tricia Chen is co-founder of Key To Radiance. She loves having fresh flowers in her apartment, putting on face masks, savoring cupcakes and a daily cup of grande almond latte. She works in PR and Marketing, and is currently based in New York.

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