As seen on Mad Men actress and Emmy nominee Elisabeth Moss at the 67th Primetime Emmys on Sunday, stacked is back and it’s never looked better.
Moss’ stylist Karla Welch selected seven diamond and platinum bracelets from Beladora for the actress to pile up one arm. The result was a statement making moment of the most glamorous kind, plus it commemorated something significant to Moss — each of the seven bracelets marked every time the actress has been nominated for an Emmy.
“I wanted to go for Hollywood glamour as an ode to the end of Mad Men,” said Moss, “I love how [my stylist] Karla [Welch] stacked my vintage Beladora platinum bracelets on one wrist. I wore seven bracelets for my seven Emmy nominations. And I love how platinum makes the diamonds sparkle!”
Photo courtesy of @elisabethmossofficial
Whether stacking platinum and diamonds or a mix of materials, the key is to vary widths and textures slightly so there is clear definition between each piece and the result doesn’t end up looking like one massive cuff.
Also, think about weights and materials. Mix it up enough so that they compliment each other, but don’t match all together like a too pristine set.
Ultimately, the stacked bracelets should be the main focus. Play down additional jewelry with something simple as not to detract or overwhelm the entire look.
Here is a selection of gorgeous bracelets that are fit to be stacked with a couple or several other pieces.