Jail Up Your Arms: This is How Bracelets Will Dictate 2017 Accessory Trends
This Spring/Summer 2017 runway were truly a great lesson in ‘more is more’ philosophy. From bags, hats to headbands, there is this one oversized trend that we are completely obsessed with: BRACELETS. Armed with a huge dose of eccentricity, liveliness and weirdness, we loved how SS2017 went ga-ga over bracelets. Here we have listed for you top 3 bracelet trends that are all set to rule 2017 like a boss:
1. Piles and piles of bracelets:
This spring season, embrace the winning streak by treading on the multiple bracelets route! Make that flirty jingle-jangle with piles of bracelets and shine like a diva. Metallic heavy bracelets with red stones at Alexander McQueen, multiple leather bracelets at Andrew Gn and golden multiple ones at Alexander Vauthier really took our heart away. Welcome bold and chunky, goodbye dainty and delicate!
Rodarte / Alexander Mc Queen / Chanel
2. Identical bracelets on both the arms:
Just like the earrings trend was all about wearing not so matchy-matchy pairs, bracelets got a 360-degree turn by wearing matching ones on both hands. A trend with a potential to go viral soon, we saw Chanel toying with the ideas of embellished cuff bracelets. From Issey Miyake to Etro to Daks to Jeremy Scott, solid, metallic and geometrical shapes took the spotlight.
Sfilata Etro Milano / Daks / Sfilate Etro
3. Amping up the fashion game with upper arm bracelets:
This 2017, we will see a lot of upper arm bracelets in leather and silver metal. Mostly inspired from the ancient jewellery of Greek, Turkish and Indian; the romantic affair of upper arm bracelets with crystals, chains and thinned-threads with beads will take the center stage. From designer Ashish displaying golden upper arm bracelets on both the arms to Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing upping the ante with multiple upper arm bracelets looking scintillating with cutwork gowns, upper arm bracelets ruled the roost. Roberto Cavalli also snaked up the upper arm game like a charm!
Ashish / Roberto Cavalli / Balmain