Trends never actually change, rather they evolve, clothing, music, style, in general, they are all an ever-changing expression medium of our personality. Today’s trend emphasis is on individuality, on molding fashion around the individual and not the other way around. An excellent example result of the personalization trend in jewelry is the layering or stacking of bracelets.
Today’s trend emphasis is on individuality, on molding fashion around the individual and not the other way around.
Accessories are an essential part of the daily dressing, and no look is complete without jewelry. The current trend doing rounds is layered jewelry, be it necklaces or cuffs. College-going students sporting three different necklaces, with a funky pendant that stands out, is a common sight too. “My personal favorites are the layered cuffs. The idea is to take different finishes and colors and materials, but try to stack them in such a way that they look like they belong to a single story.”
Layering is done with rings and pendants as well, but personalization’s of the bracelet looks has become more relevant due to our modern obsession with always checking on our phones and other devices, making our wrists a major focus of display. Due to their versatility, many bracelets can easily be swapped in endless combinations to suit a mood or an outfit, limitless options of creating a unique one of a kind look.
Due to their versatility, many bracelets can easily be swapped in endless combinations to suit a mood or an outfit…
The items on the stock become like a story that bring an ensemble together. Add more steel for and edgy Rock and roll persona, include stone beads to give your entire ensemble a spirit of Bohemia, have multiple types of leather weaves to show your modern side. The most striking looks are the ones with the most contrasting color, width and texture combinations. Due to its versatility, the look is not limited to one fashion category, it adapts to the need of the wearer and gives him a chance to re-utilize his jewelry in different ways.
The most striking looks are the ones with the most contrasting color, width and texture combinations.
The stack can and should be used with a formal look, for example, a watch or time piece is layered with other bracelets, giving a professional attire so much more depth and dimension. Contrasting with other prominent accentuating pieces like pocket squares and tie bars to subtly show that the person wearing is much more than a business suit.
The range of acceptable jewelry for a man is limited. Many men are only going to be seen with three main accessories decorating their hands – a beautiful watch, a stylish pair of cufflinks, and a simple wedding ring, if they’re married. In addition to helping wearers stick to their schedules, wristwatches make it easier for them to display their sense of style. They are a form of self-expression. For those that prefer a bit of high-status bling on their wrist, Watches can communicate a lot about the wearer’s personality.
Layered bracelet stacks are the men’s jewelry trend of today, Since we specialize in men’s jewelry INOX has curated an extensive selection of bracelets that can be worn on their own, or can be combined to create unique looks. Within the past five years, that has changed. In 2012, the sale of men’s accessories skyrocketed, spearheaded by what was then a new trend for men’s bracelets, arguably the easiest piece of jewelry for the modern man to put on and successfully pull off. All of a sudden you couldn’t shake a man’s hand without seeing a “mangle” that he “picked up somewhere on holiday” shooting out of his cuffs. The more daring early adopters replaced their Livestrong bands with a real arm-party practically eclipsing their vintage Rolex. From sleek industrial steel, to laid back leather and spiritual stone beads, all the materials for the perfect wrist story.