When Leandra Medine (better known as The Man Repeller) coined the term “arm party” she probably had no idea her clever Instagram hashtag would start an accessories movement. Across social media, bracelet buffs couldn't wait to show off their collections, which included everything from bangles and cuffs to rope bracelets and rose gold. If you’re late to the arm party, think of these ten bracelets as a stacking starter kit.
J.Crew Small Crystal Brulee Bracelet
This colorful crystal bracelet can’t help but stand out. Available in three shades (vibrant flame, dazzling turquoise and dazzling sun), this J. Crew piece is made of faceted glass stones in tonal enamel settings for a modern twist on the classic crystal bracelet.
$58 at J. Crew.
Alexander McQueen Twin Skull Bracelet
Just ask the designers at Alexander McQueen, a skull motif can be incredibly chic. This brass cuff features mini skulls with crystal embellishments. Wear alone or stack with studs, cuffs, and chains for an edgy look.
$330 at luisaviaroma.com
ASOS Spike Stretch Bracelet
Channel your inner rocker with this gold spike bracelet from ASOS. A great way to add a little edge to any ensemble, pair this tough accessory with more delicate looks like charm or wrap bracelets.
$13 at ASOS.
Kate Spade Changing Spots Enamel Bracelet
Pulling off leopard print isn’t always easy. Kate Spade has found the answer: an adorable bangle with a tonal white and gold leopard pattern, gold-plated trimming, and engraving that reads "Changing Spots" inside the bracelet.
$78 at Lord & Taylor.
Marc By Marc Jacobs Rubber Turnlock Stretch Bracelet
Few designers do playful as well as Marc Jacobs. These chunky rubber bracelets come in a variety of colors (from pale pastels to bold neons) and are incredibly comfortable to wear. Plus a turnlock charm displaying the Marc By Marc Jacobs logo dangles from each stretchy style, adding a pop of gold.
$28 at Nordstrom.
Chan Luu Bracelet
Chan Luu’s wrap bracelets have been spotted on everyone from A-list celebrities to shop girls in your local mall. The beauty of these versatile pieces is that they work with a variety of looks. This cotton-wrapped leather cord boasts sparkling Swarovski crystals and pearls, which instantly adds a hint of glamour to any ensemble.
$195.99 at Zappos.com.
House of Harlow 1960 Engraved Triangle Bangles
This set consists of two bangles, one silver and one gold, which interlock to create a zig-zig pattern. Wear as one piece, in opposite directions or layer with other bracelets in between for a rocker-meets-bohemian look.
$110 at Nordstrom.
Max and Chloe Lace Monogram Bracelet
Forget towels and bathrobes, monogram jewelry is the next wave of donning your initials. Choose anywhere from a single letter to two or three to create your monogram, which comes on a twisted rope chain. This customizable piece comes in gold fill, sterling silver, 14k rose gold, 14k yellow gold, and 14k white gold, so combinations are endless.
$155-$375 at Max and Chloe.
Gorjana Star Bracelet
This tiny star bracelet is subtle and sophisticated. Nestled on an 18k gold-plated fine chain, the dainty star charm adds just a hint of elegance to the wearer’s wrist.
$38 at Shopbop.
Gems In Vogue Sideways Heart Bracelet
This abstract, textured heart is a unique play on classic charm bracelets. Whichever metal you choose, each bracelet is hammered to create a texture that results in a shimmering look. This one’s sure to sparkle.
$24 at Etsy.