Stack it on | Arm Candy How-to


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Happy Wednesday! Today is my last post of the week before I leave out of town... Harrison and I are headed to Salida, Colorado for the Mumford + Sons Stopover Festival. We will be camping...yes, CAMPING... for 3 nights and hearing lots of great music! The answer to your next question? No, I am not a "camper." No, I have never been to a three day long music festival. Yes, I will be completely out of my comfort zone. Yes, I am going to try and master "festival style" and no, I'm not sure if I will be able to shower :0 Pray for me! In all seriousness, I'm super excited to visit a new place and have a weekend adventure with my hubby, who could definitely be considered Mumford + Sons' biggest fan.

Today, I'm talking arm candy. Many of my clients ask me how to do the whole bracelet stacking thing. What goes with what? How much is too much? Can you mix metals? Here are a couple of guidelines to go by when you're stacking on the accessories :: 

When it comes to bracelets, more is more! Stack them on. Let's limit it to 8 individual pieces though. That gives you room to do a set of 5 bangles {like my favorite Jordana bangles -- currently sold out in gold but available in silver... here are my new current gold favorites}, a watch, and 2 other miscellaneous items {like THIS one I've been pairing with virtually everything} 

 Yes, you can mix metals!

You can never go wrong with neutrals. If you're unsure about adding color in, don't! Stick with metals, neutrals like crystal/ivory/pearl and neutral stones. One color that you can ALWAYS feel good about adding in with your gold, silver, or rose gold? Turquoise. It's fool-proof.

Shop all my current favorite stacking pieces ::