The Spring season sees a new trend in women’s bangles that goes under the motto of ‘the more the better’. Leading designers claim that stacked, mixed and matched bangles are the epitome of class and good taste this year. It’s the surest way to showcase an envious collection of precious, hand-crafted jewellery that is a real head-turner.
All leading brands are coming up with spectacular pieces, mixing materials and sizes and combining vintage and new models. The Cartier Love, priced at £4,450, is a beautiful unisex piece opened and fastened with a screwdriver. Juste un Clou have a remarkable bangle of their own – a modern and daring piece for £4,850.
The Gitane bangle is a modest £930, but its bohemian allure perfectly captures the spirit of Spring with its matching beads for easy attachment and natural polished citrine stones in a variety of colours.
Mixing and matching a variety of styles is a sign of impeccable taste as it requires good fashion sense and a penchant for exploration. It is an alluring opportunity to use the best designer creations in a combination that communicates your uniqueness.
A truly staggering piece is the new Mirador Lazy bangle stack (priced from £4,570) with its 23 layers of slender Florentine-finished bangles in coloured gold – something every woman will want to have. For something different and unusual you can turn your eyes to Belmacz’s collection of wooden bangles starting from £630 that have an ethnic allure and look spectacular piled together. A suitable alternative is the Harlequin bangle made of mammoth tusk in oxidised silver or 18ct gold. Pomellato’s original 1970s Schiava is another provocative version of the feminine has seen a daring redesign with its signature Tango collection starting from £27,800 with permutations of rose gold and brown diamonds. Characterised by hidden clasps and voluptuous silhouettes – it is a true celebration of sensuality.