Rings and Bracelets Look Better When Adorned with Swarovski CrystalsAn armful of jewelry is an easy way to add drama to an outfit: stack on several rings—either on the same hand or even on the same finger—and go instantly from elegant to edgy. The same goes for bracelets: just layer them on. And forget any old rules about mixing your metals—these days, anything goes, and in fact, the more, the merrier.
Bold or subtle? Italian jewelry brand Muba Gioielli’s PIPE collection is all about the bold! The PIPE bracelet features a cylinder with 186 small Chatons and a softer pearl in the same color, while the corresponding ring has 120 small Chatons. The collection is inspired by the idea of two worlds colliding – though sometimes (as in the case of the bracelet), they don’t actually even touch.
Crystals get the fine jewelry treatment: these rings by Minetani include anywhere from 25 to 87 crystals. Soft lines, pavé settings, baguette-cut crystals and a mix of hues—from Antique Gold and Light Smoke Topaz to Pink Gold and Blush Rose—showcase the brand’s dynamic approach to jewelry design.
Finally, if you needed proof that gold and silver—and rose gold, and gunmetal too—do go together, look no further than Marmara. With its beaded bracelet (featuring 19 Swarovski crystals), and open-cuff bracelet (with two Cushion Fancy Stones), the Estonian jewelry brand shows how different styles can be blended for a complete look: one tied together by Swarovski crystals in bold, inky Jet.