Why Try? Mixing Metals…

I’m so pleased by the popularity of our tri-color jewelry styles. The Galaxy Bangles (sterling, gold and rose all on one cuff), along with Sexy Stack of three bracelets (1 gold, 1 rose and 1 silver)  continue to be some of our best sellers in the CMH collection (check out last month’s Life & Style Magazine where the Sunset Stack was one of the Style Editor’s “Top 3 Fashion Fixations”).

Sexy Stack named a top trend by Style Editor of Life & Style Magazine

Sunset Stack recommended by Style Editor of Life & Style Magazine

Chelsea Charles Galaxy Tri-Color Bangles

Chelsea Charles Galaxy Tri-Color Bangles

Although I’m happy, I’m not surprised,  because mixing metals offers freedom and flexibility to create so many more looks than if you were having to match certain metals. I’ve learned that the gold color is a necessary ingredient when mixing metals. When wearing tri-color, gold tends to soften the look by throwing a warm tone onto the silver so that it plays nice with the pink hue of the rose (just saying).

Wearing a stack of bracelets in gold, rose and tri-color while indulging in my latest coffee table read, Influence by Ashley and Mary-Kate Olson

Wearing a stack of bracelets in gold, rose and tri-color while indulging in my latest coffee table read, Influence, by Ashley and Mary-Kate Olson

I’ve also noticed that many women like to stack our CMH bracelets with chic gold or rose gold Michael Kors watches.

If you don’t want to go all out, dip your toe in the tri-color water with dainty studs, like our Crystal Clusters from our new Pretty Little Reminders Collection.

Tri-color Crystal Cluster Studs by Chelsea Charles

Tri-color Crystal Cluster Studs by Chelsea Charles

Lifestyle view of tri-color Crystal Cluster Studs

Lifestyle view of tri-color Crystal Cluster Studs

Enjoy the autumn colors! – CC

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