Stacking With Black And GoldWhether you're pairing your array of accessories with an ensemble for work or a day out with friends, the classic black and gold combination is always guaranteed to create a fun and elegant outcome. For this look we matched this effortlessly chic Chanel Double Flap, with a fun arrangement featuring a David Yurman Thoroughbred watch as the center piece, a glitzy Mario Bicego Siviglia bracelet, and a David Yurman X bracelet, for a simple yet stunning finishing touch.
Stacked Silver With A Pop Of ColorTo prevent an arrangement of stacked silver jewelry from looking bulky or lackluster, we recommend integrating jewelry pieces that add a subtle yet stated pop of color! We layered this funky silver display with a John Hardy 3-Coil Dot Bracelet, with a Michele Milou watch, and a Ippolita Lollipop bracelet that incorporates an understated pop of garnet red into the look. Most importantly don't forget your matching Chanel clutch!
Stacking Tones, Textures, And HuesWhen sporting a blank canvas ensemble, like a simple tee and denim, don't be afraid to stack seemingly stand-alone statement pieces that involve different shades and hues. This metallic-themed look incorporates a stacked display featuring a Michele Diamond Deco II watch with an embossed leather band, a David Yurman Bijoux charm bracelet and a Charriol Celtic cuff bracelet with blue topaz. Keeping it consistent with the metallic base color, we chose to style this bracelet combo with a silver Louis Vuitton Alma bag that adds additional depth and texture to the look. Are you a fan of the stacked jewelry trend? Share some of your favorite looks with us in the comments below and shop for your newest statement-making designer arm candy here!
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