Hello world! We hope you are having a fantastic summer so far. We are coming at you with another fabulous new product launch! Ball bracelets have been trending for quite some time now, and if you know anything about Jaimie Nicole, then you know that bracelet stacking is our bread and butter. Our founder Jaimie Nicole Shepard’s first foray into designing and producing jewelry was with bracelets. She had experienced difficulties in finding bracelets that were the right size for her tiny wrists and decided that the solution to that problem would be to just make her own! The rest is history.
The new and exciting product that this blog is centered around is our brand new Big + Small Baller Bracelet! This beautiful ball bracelet combines a 3-millimeter bead (the smallest) with a 5-millimeter bead (medium) in an alternating pattern. The contrast in size creates a fun, albeit subtle, pattern that will definitely add dimension and a little something different to your favorite beaded bracelet stack. No need to worry if you are a bracelet stacking novice. We would love to give you some tips and tricks to help you create your dream bracelet stack!
Step 1: Think about which metals you like the best. When deciding between gold, silver, or rose gold it largely comes down to personal preference, although sometimes the undertones in our skin can be an indicator of which hue will be most flattering. To determine your skin’s undertone, it’s best to look at your skin in natural light. Try finding a spot where the veins are noticeable. For most people, their wrists are usually a good choice. If your veins appear blue or purple in color, you have a cool undertone. If your veins appear green in color, you have a warm undertone. If your veins appear blue in some areas and green in others, you have a neutral undertone. Typically, people with cool undertones look better in silver jewelry and people with warm undertones opt for gold jewelry. This is by no means a rule. As mentioned above, personal preference is always taken into consideration.
Step 2: Pick a base set of bracelets. We recommend our Ready, Set, Stack Bracelet Sets. These sets of six handmade beaded bracelets are available in your choice of gold, silver, rose gold, gold + silver, or a combo of all three. We are obsessed with mixing metals and love the versatility that comes from this trend.
Step 3: Once you have your base set, choose a few bigger bracelets to add dimension. This is where the Baller Bracelets come in! With the Big + Small Baller Bracelet, your stack will be sure to stand out from the crowd. Baller Bracelets come in a variety of sizes and we would be absolutely thrilled to help you decide which one is best for your personal style. All are available in your choice of gold, silver, or rose gold.
Step 4: Mix in a charm bracelet or a colorful set of bracelets to add personality! We have so many fun and whimsical charm bracelets for you to choose from! They range from playful and quirky to sleek and sophisticated. Here are some of our recent favorites. We have been totally obsessing over the Eye Candy Charm Bracelet. The ten dangling evil eye charms bring such a playful element that we just can’t get enough of. We love that little extra oomph it adds to just about any look. Available in your choice of gold, silver, or rose gold. The Raise the Bar Charm Bracelet has been a constant best-seller at Jaimie Nicole. It adds a pop of sparkle to any look you pair it with and can be seamlessly incorporated into a variety of bracelet stacks.
We hope this guide to bracelet stacking has been helpful and informative. If you are local and have any further questions or would like some help in choosing the bracelet stack that’s right for you, please stop by our Coral Gables showroom! We would love to see you. We are located at 4649 Ponce de Leon Blvd suite 305 Coral Gables, Fl 33146. We are here Monday-Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. What are you waiting for?