We make a case for stacking accessories — and line up some of the best pieces to do it with

The days of wearing one bracelet or a single, simple necklace are being overtaken by a rising propensity to combine accessories in an eye-catching stack. Far from being a flashy endeavour, this style of adornment is designed to lend an added dimension to some of your favourite pieces, as well as ensuring that you get far more wear out of them than you usually would.

Pair fine bracelets with chunky styles and complete the stack with your favourite watch. To inspire your own combinations, we have lined up some of our favourites.

Left to right: Alice Herald Racket Diamond bracelet, Chaumet Bee My Love bracelet from Hartfield, Dior Rose des Vents bracelet (09 373 4849), Tiffany & Co. Tiffany T True Narrow bracelet, Partridge yellow gold spaced out bangle from Partridge Jewellers, Tiffany & Co. T wire bracelet and Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 36 from Mansors Jewellers

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