If you’re into the stacking bracelet and jewellery trend (like me) then you’re going to LOVE this brand new collection I’ve found. AND it won’t break the bank…
It’s not often I come across a jewellery launch that gets me quite this excited. As a magpie-type jewellery fan (if it’s pretty and shiny, then I’ll want it!) I love treating myself once in a while but it has to be something special to make me purchase it. How often do you hear of a whole new collection launching that’s perfectly designed and right up your street? I’m talking about the kind where every single item is something you’d wear on the daily? Not often! Whether it’s clothing, beauty or jewellery, it’s rare you find a new launch that makes you want everything…but trust me, the new Buckley London Wish Bracelets are going to make you go all heart-eyed and want to pick more than a few up.
The Wish Collection is an entirely new line and it’s made of individually designed, beautiful stacking bracelets. They’re the sort that will fit wrists of all shapes and sizes and each bracelet has it’s own sentiment or meaning. With so many different bracelets representing different things, you can mix and match to create the most perfect and custom stack for yourself (or a loved one as a special treat.) And what’s lovely is that you can have the most meaningful and sentimental stack on your wrist to remind you of your favourite memories, loved ones or as motivational reminders to prompt you day in, day out. You can carry your heartfelt emotions on your wrist in the most beautiful and poignant way.
Personally, I love the style of stacking jewellery. Layering items together to get the perfect look is a huge part of my daily style. I started with some stacking rings and progressed to necklaces and bracelets and these have to be my favourite to date. Not just because I can choose which ones mean the most for each day, but because they look perfect with every outfit. The silver plated and rose gold tones work amazingly together and I can wear a single bracelet if I want simple accessories to compliment my outfit or stack lots together for something more chunky looking.
They’re only £12 each but also on a 3 for 2 offer which means you can get 3 for £24.
What’s more is that because Buckley are super affordable, each stacking bracelet won’t break the bank. They’re only £12 each but also on a 3 for 2 offer which means you can get 3 for £24. Meaning you can stock up and create a gorgeous and unique stack for far less than you’d think. And individually they make great gifts and treats for yourself, so you can keep adding to your stack throughout the year.
So what’s in my perfect stack?
My daily combination at the moment is about 5 bracelets, although I’ve worn more at once for special occasions. They’re all really dainty so they don’t weigh the wrist down and because they’re stretchy they sit really nicely and comfortably. The one I wear all the time without fail is the Feather Wish Bracelet. I am really sentimental about feathers as I’m a believer of “When feathers are near, angels are here.” This one is supposed to represent new beginnings, but to me it reminds me of a lost family member and it’s really comforting to see the feather every day and think of them. I don’t often take this one off now.
I also wear both the Rose Gold Heart Wish Bracelet and Sparkle Heart Wish Bracelet almost daily. This is because hearts are synonymous with timeless love, aren’t they? And I’m a true believer in love and wearing both is sort of like wearing one for each of my sons. This is why I love the collection – I’ve got reasons behind each of my daily choices and I love that my Wish Stack is so personal to me.
Another Wish stacking bracelet I wear a lot is the Moon & Star and I like this one because it’s supposed to symbolise balance, (which I need more of!) and new beginnings – which is perfect for the new year isn’t it? So when I’m having a bad day, I can look down and see mine, shining away on my arm, and something like this motivates me to take a second before getting stressed, take a work breather if and when needed, and reminds me to trust in the timing of things a little more. I’m trying to be much more zen this year so I’m taking all the cues I can get!
I love the sentiment of the Dreamcatcher Wish Bracelet as well, so it’s another one I pick up to wear regularly. It’s supposed to symbolise good luck and protection from negative energy – both of which I am very much here for! Featuring a solid circular disc with a beautiful crystal in the centre to symbolise balancing energy, this one gives me a further reminder to be calm and collected. And helps to tell me to trust in the universe a little more when I need to.
As you can see, there’s a reason behind my most worn Wish stacking bracelet collection from Buckley London. My stack varies each day but it’s quite common to find me wearing these five and they all have a powerful reason for me to wear them. Whatever it is that resonates with you as a person, you’ll find a Wish Bracelet to symbolise that and it’s the perfect way to wear your cherished memories in a way that means you can see them daily.
The collection would also be great if you’re going into this new year with a strong desire to make a change or if you’ve made a lot of New Year’s Resolutions. You’ll find a bracelet to represent the promises you’ve made to yourself and wearing it each day might help you to stick to it. Just a thought!
While some brands offer pricey stacking collections, I can vouch for the quality of Buckley London’s pieces, having acquired quite a collection over the past year. Their designs are beautiful and classic – each Wish Stacking Bracelet will never go out of fashion – and they don’t break the bank. I love that Buckley they understand beautiful jewellery should be accessible to everyone and without a hefty price tag.
So if you want to create your own perfect stack like I did, then visit the Buckley website and take full advantage of the wonderful 3 for 2 offer. And don’t forget to tell me which are your favourites!
**This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Buckley but as ever all opinions are entirely my own. Please refer to my Disclaimer page for more details.