3 Tips For Building A Charm Bracelet That You Can Wear Year-Round

You may have noticed that charm bracelets are all the rage right now, and you might be thinking about purchasing a bracelet and collecting charms to build a charm bracelet of your own. The great thing about these bracelets is that they can often be worn all year long, as long as you build them properly. These are a few tips that you can follow if you want to put together a bracelet that you can wear every day.

1. Mix Metals

If you are like many people, you might like alternating between goldtone and silvertone jewelry. Doing so is a good way to mix things up, but it can present problems if you want to wear your charm bracelet every day. A charm bracelet that is covered in only white gold or sterling silver charms might clash with your yellow gold jewelry, but there is a solution -- mixing metals. If you prefer to wear silvertone jewelry the most, for example, you can opt for a silver-colored bracelet and silver-colored charms. However, you can add a few gold spacers throughout the bracelet to help it match your goldtone jewelry, when you wear it. Along with helping ensure that your bracelet will match with all of your jewelry, this is also a great way to add a bit of color and pizzazz to your bracelet.

2. Skip the Seasonal Charms

Some companies that sell charms come out with adorable charms for the holidays and seasons, and you might be tempted to buy one. However, adding seasonal charms can "date" your charm bracelet, and you may not want to wear a charm bracelet that features candy cane and snowman charms during the middle of a hot summer. Consider building separate seasonal bracelets that you can wear around the holidays, and look for everyday charms for your main charm bracelet.

3. Buy Higher-End

There is nothing wrong with costume jewelry -- it makes it affordable for you to wear pieces to match all of your outfits. However, with a bracelet that you are going to want to wear every day, you won't want to skimp on quality. Look for a heavier bracelet with a thick, durable clasp, and opt for gold or sterling silver rather than cheaper metals if you want to keep your bracelet looking great -- and if you want to avoid having your wrist turn green from the cheap metal. Contact a business, such as love this life for more information about charm bracelets.   

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