CHARRIOL Banglemania Collection

‘You can never be overdressed or overeducated.’ Oscar Wilde.

 And on the note you can never have too many bangles! The famous Swiss brand CHARRIOL recently launched its new 2015 banglemania collection featuring several designs of cable bracelets, jewelry, and watches. Items from this collection can easily compliment your current bangle collection and bring your existing arm candy game to a higher level.

All bracelets and bangles from this collection were designed by CHARRIOL’s creative art director,Coralie Charriol-Paul, with the knowledge and understanding of current trends and recognizing market demands for stackable jewelry. “I personally love bracelets, and the trend for stackable, personalised jewellery is here to stay,’said Charriol-Paul, ‘ By mixing and matching these pieces, women can create their own signature style, whether they prefer a statement cuff from Forever Colors, or my delicate intricate Tango designs: they can be a rock-chick or romantic, depending on their mood!”

The bangles are created in CHARRIOL’s ‘celtic twisted cable motif design’ which makes them unique enough to wear by themselves, or to add to your current arm candy collection.The mixing of metals is an incredibly popular trend. The banglemania collection showcases this trend using stainless steel and titanium metals paired with gold, rose gold, and silver accents. There are braided bangles in this collection that have two colors in one bangle. Personally, I love to pair rose gold with gold, and silver. It is different, fun and eye catching.

You can shop this fabulous Banglemania collection here and browse the entire CHARRIOL collection on their website. You are bound to find something that you will truly love; and wear everyday and that not many people own at affordable price points.

I partnered with the brand to write this article but every word is mine.

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