Bangles and bracelets

From stackable, sunshine-bright bangles to this season’s must-have, the open bracelet, browse our wristwear edit for inspiration.

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  • Boodless’ latest jewellery collection, Be Boodles, is inspired by antique lace. In this pretty bracelet, sparkling round-brilliant diamonds are contrasted with warm rose gold to create a vintage-style silhouette (£13,000).  
  • The Clou de Paris motif needs little introduction. These slender stacking bangles (£5,100 – £5,500), available in yellow, rose and white gold, are the latest incarnation of a design that continues to look strikingly contemporary more than 20 years after its launch.
  • The gold spirals that have become emblematic of de GRISOGONOO’s Allegra collection are given a new lease of life in this leather bracelet (£6,900). The gem-set gold charm – a combination of electric-blue Paraiba tourmalines and brown diamonds – adds a dash of rebellion. 
  • Open bracelets have been a major trend this year, and Noor Fares introduces a little spirituality into the mix with this Tilsam moonstone cuff (£3,500). Tilsam is the ancient Arabic word for talisman, which is a nod to Fares’ Lebanese heritage.
  • From Solange Azagury-Partridge’s Chromantic collection, the vivid hues of these bangles (£6,700 - £9,200) are achieved by setting sapphires, rubies and emeralds into ceramic-coated white gold. Perfect for stacking, they radiate colour. 
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