Art of Stacking with M.Cohen
Global fashion trends come and go but one jewelry trend seems to be making its mark in the industry in the recent days and that’s ‘stacking.’ Stacking or layering primarily deals with managing multiple levels/pieces of jewelry, where even the average buyer can personalize their jewelry fashion statement and get creative by layering or stacking one type of jewelry on another. This can be done with necklaces or bracelets or rings. So, the question remains, how do you go about creating the perfect stack?
The Ultimate Stacking Guide
Stacking necklaces, rings and bracelets is an art every fashion lover should master. If you want to get in on this trend, continue reading for the ultimate stacking guide so you too can express who you are through your jewelry’s fashion statement.
When it comes to stacking necklaces, the first thing to remember is to choose similar designs and make sure no single necklace piece stands out in a way that disrupts the harmony of the look you are aiming for. Aim for pieces that have similar or symmetric details.
For example, if one of your stacking pieces is a thin, long ‘Altus necklace’ and another one has a turquoise triangle pendant, this results in perfect shape for layering. Also, pay attention to the length of the necklaces- they should be of different lengths as well! The key here is to layer them. Begin with a short one like a choker, a mid-height and a long one.
Another jewelry accessory that you can layer are bracelets, and unlike necklaces, you can go wild with bracelets. Stack as many as you like and as bold as it can get. With bracelets, you have no chance of tangling and you can experiment with different shapes and thicknesses. You can add a silver bracelet with a leather cuff and for a bit of drama add a beaded bracelet or a watch for that extra touch of individuality.
Similar to bracelets, you can pile up on rings when stacking. Fashion experts suggest leaving a finger or two bare to balance out all the jewelry. Try stacking with different shaped bands and rings with details. Metals--don't be afraid of them and try mixing them up as well.
All this info may be overwhelming to some, so, who do you turn to for the perfect set of accessories to stack? There’s one and only jewelry stacking expert, M.Cohen.
M.Cohen Jewelry Is Handcrafted To Express The Sentiment Of Its Wearer
A celebrity favorite jewelry brand, founded by Israeli designer Maor Cohen, M.Cohen’s style is grounded on the concept of ‘layering’ and ‘stacking’. From necklaces to bracelets and rings, each piece of M.Cohen jewelry is handcrafted to express the sentiment of its wearer. M.Cohen jewelry is entirely produced in Los Angeles. It is known for its use of raw and precious elements like oxidized silver, gold, beads, brass, leather, pearls, and precious gemstones.
Inspired by the designer’s travels to the exotic locations and its landscapes each piece of this handcrafted jewelry carries the bold aesthetic of the designer Maor Cohen and his collection is an attempt to bridge the gap between streetwear and high fashion.
Favorite among top list Hollywood celebrities like Johnny Depp, Gerard Butler, Chris Hemsworth, Jared Leto, Mark Wahlberg, and Robert Downey Jr, M. Cohen is believed to be the best-hidden secret in Hollywood.
“To Stack Is To Create An Individual Style And Identity”, According Maor Cohen
The basics of stacking with M.Cohen is to start with three different pieces jewelry like silver, stone and leather. But you can be as unique and creative and mismatch beads and gold too. Also, the size of the bracelets do matter, contrasts sizes with thick steel wrist piece with a thin leather strap or beads. And when it comes to color, let your creative juices flow and play with colors as per your individual taste.
According to Maor Cohen; to stack is to create an individual style and identity. Right kind of jewelry adds a whole new dimension to your style and individuality.
M.Cohen has been holding events on ‘Art of Stacking’ around the world as stacking is the base of M.Cohen brand. Recently, Cobalt International (Cobaltbkk) held an event on ‘Art of Stacking’, the first one of its kind in Bangkok, Thailand. Celebrities and fashionistas arrived in droves and the enthusiasm shown has inspired Cobalt to bring M.Cohen to Bangkok, Thailand. Be sure to visit our showroom and be prepared to be blown away by M.Cohen’s visionary style.
M.Cohen Jewelry is sold exclusively by Cobalt International (Cobaltbkk) in Bangkok, Thailand.