Charlotte Russe and Ann Taylor bracelets.
Use accessories like these African printed bangles to play up the patterns in your outfit.
Coordinating can be cool when done right. Instead of matching all of your accessories to your look, match only a few pieces to one key color.
Gold Lapis ring by Yves Saint Laurent.
A mix of boutique, vintage and vendor bracelets.
Try layering two statement necklaces for one bold look.
Pailette sequin necklace by Joanne Hynes, metal necklace by Maria Francesca Pepe.
Use layered chunky metals to transform a simple white or black dress.
Gold bracelet by Eliza Cole, silver bracelet by Otazu.
Vintage coin necklace.
Mix unlikely pairs like an edgy spike bracelet and basic watch, to create an interesting story.
A mix of funky vintage rings.
Arrow necklace (worn as bracelet), and ring, both by Lia Sophia.
Try different sizes and textures of the same metal for a cooler touch.
Multi-layered metal necklace by Otazu.
Leather bangles by Ted Rossie and a Salvatore Ferragamo clutch.
Marika Brown wears a Zara coat and top, with Forever 21 pants, pink Marc by Marc Jacob bag and All Saints boots.
Street Style: Eclectic Cool mix of vendor bracelets.
VH1 fashion reporter Janell Snowden wears a Kova dress, YSL clutch and Jeffrey Campbell wedges. (Street Style: ‘Styled By June’ Premiere)
Spiked grommets were a big trend this year, in this exact style. These gold metal bracelets on black leather have a chic rocker quality.
African bracelets found on travels. (Accessories Street Style: Bright Young Things)