Discover bracelets from over 50 of the hottest new jewellery brands. Get onboard the more-is-more train and layer up delicate friendship bracelets or find the perfect rose gold bangle to go with a Cluse Watch. Alternatively, go bold with a chunky statement cuff. Or, failing that, get the lot and mix and match so you’re never without.
Land yourself the hottest arm candy possible with one of our gorgeous bracelets. Or treat your BFF or S/O to a slice of the action, too. The perfect accessory to show off your personal style, there’s big and boujee gold bangles that are sure to spin some heads, as well as charm bracelets for more introverted types who enjoy sentimental trinkets.
We all have different sides of our personalities so it’s nice to mix and match your jewellery to showcase this. Stack your bracelets 5 high with a range of different textures, colours and metals, and make your arm tinkle with style. We recommend pairing Wanderlust NewYorker’s chunky, gold chain with silver-plated, brass studs with Takao’s delicate Cushion bracelet in green enamel and Pour Toi’s boho, black beads, rope bracelet to create a seriously stylish look, but any of the above would still look lavish on its own.
All our bracelets come with fast shipping - so let your stack go as far as your arm allows it.
When it comes to bracelets, there’s no right or wrong answer - if you like it then you should choose it! That being said, there are some things to consider if you’re struggling to pick between a few (and don’t have the arm space for them all).
When wearing elegant evening gowns or that classic jeans and a nice top combo, pull off that suave going out-out look with a statement bracelet piece for some final pizzazz. Crystal and Sage’s decadent Mountain Crystal Cluster Bracelet is just the snatch for a red carpet worthy look, so too is Aliquo’s gold, art-deco inspired open bangle with opal blue gems.
For a dressed down, everyday look, keep it simple but beautiful with a thin, dainty thing. Epic’s rose-gold plated bracelet would be just the thing for this style, but then again, we’re suckers for interesting materials like Anchor & Crew’s deep purple/ silver and braided leather bracelet.
Summer is a great time to buy a bracelet, as sunnier weather means less jumpers and more short sleeved tops which will show off your wrist wear. Summer also means festivals, holidays and pool parties, so go for bright, colourful bracelets and fabric materials to get you beach ready. Sweetlime’s slime coloured statement bracelet with metal clasps and a fluffy pom pom in the middle would be a great festival look, whilst Hermina Wristwear’s rainbow wristband is just the one for a stripped back beach look.
Nevertheless, you can still rock a bracelet in winter. Home to the holiday season, winter is prime stomping ground for festive, glitzy parties and gift giving moments - this is the perfect opportunity to load up on some bracelets. Add some Christmas sparkle with J&S Jewellery’s North Star multi link bracelet - a dazzlingly statement piece that will surely jolter the three wise men off track. Or load up on Christmassy reds and greens with Helix and Felix’s green and red good & evil charm bracelet.
Bracelets are great gifts because they’re available for any budget. Go big with Esenelle’s striking David Bracelet bracelet made out of marbled, black onyx stringed together with 18k yellow gold for a birthday gift, or go home (still extremely satisfied mind) with a cutesy Dose and Rose hexagon link bracelet.
The obvious choice when it comes to buying a bracelet as a gift is the classic friendship charm bracelet. The perfect token of friendship, go for grown up marble charm versions from NEAT or keep it old school with classic stringed beads. And since you're friends forever gift your bestie 3 of these pieces for the perfect layering prezzie.
There’s Bellastella’s ‘Feminist’, ‘Vibes’ and ‘Tequila’ worded-bead bracelets - all of which are legitimate things to base a friendship on FYI; or if words can’t describe what your dear friend means to you, then Bliss by Iman’s minimalist string bracelets with delicate gold-plated shapes (think: stars, hexagons and feathers) will help you say what words can’t.
Gemstone jewellery is also an excellent gift idea, after all, true friendship is just as precious as a diamond, ruby or emerald. Lavish your bestie/ lover with Helix and Felix’s indulgent amethyst crystal & moonstone bracelet, or treat them to Be Maad’s 18k gold filled brass cuff with a strawberry quartz.
To decipher what bracelet you should buy as a gift, check out the person’s you’re buying for other jewellery. If they have a combination of gold, silver and other wacky materials draped over their body then you’ve got free rein, but if they only wear silver rings, necklaces and earrings, then keep it silver with your bracelet choice too. Also try and sniff out any fave colours - if they love pastel blues and pinks in their outfit choices, then keep the gemstone/ pendants/ material bands in keeping with this.
Then again, sometimes the best gifts are the ones you don’t expect. If you’ve got a hunch that they would just *love* a certain bracelet but you’ve got no way to be sure, then just take that leap of faith! What makes a gift special is the special someone who gives it, always remember that.