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Wood Bangles Layered For Fun

Wood bangle set the pace for trendy fashionites. The fashion sense needed to wear wood bangles right seems to be gathered through osmosis or just by watching other fashion savvy women dress. If you buy a set of colorful wood bangles that work together in a set, it is possible to expand the set if you find other wood bangles that compliment the ones you already own.

The fashion sense needed to wear wood bangles right seems to be gathered through osmosis or just by watching other fashion savvy women dress. If you buy a set of colorful wood bangles that work together in a set, it is possible to expand the set if you find other wood bangles that compliment the ones you already own. Mixing narrow bangles with wider bangles will created an instant variation of the set with additional textures, colors and widths.

Combining Bangles

Hand painted bangles mixed with natural carved cuffs may create an interesting dynamic when combined. The rough rustic look of hand carved cuffs combined with the smooth hand painted surfaces of bright multi-colored bangles may create a unique look that is best expressed when worn together with a cotton peasant blouse over a full floral maxi skirt and strappy espidrilles. Wearing hoop earrings that pick up on the brightly colored bangles or the roughly carved bangles finishes the look.

Types of Wood for Bangles

Indonesian bangles are made of coconut and sono wood.Bangles in mango wood can be slender and sexy in hand painted bright colors from all over the color spectrum. Bangles are made from Bayong, Kamagong, Robles, Gmelina, Nangka, Narra, Natural White Wood, Tiger, Brown, Palm Wood, Black and Gray Wood.

Exotic Woods Makes The Best Bangles

Sono wood also called Rosewood grows in southern India is a heavy, hard and dense wood with high bending a crushing strengths. Bayong wood is a hard wood native to the Philippines. Kamagong is a fruit tree in the Philippines. The wood is from the ebony family and nearly unbreakable. Robles wood is also native to the Philippines. Gmelina wood is a fast growing tree native to India. Gmelina wood is relatively strong for its weight. Nangka wood is from the Jackfruit tree which is native to India. The Narra wood is native to southeastern Asia. Tiger wood is a fine quality hard wood with streaks of golden brown to reddish brown coloring with black and brown streaks throughout. Palm wood comes in black and red and is harvested from the outer hardened area of select palm trees.

Celebrities Wearing Wood Bangles

Following the fashion looks from the designers is another way to pick up on various ways to wear bangles. Stacking bangles is a fashion trend celebrities are taking advantage of right now, just look at Jennifer Lopez or Drew Barrymore. They both have been seen wearing bangles by the dozen.

Rihanna Wears Bangles Well

Rihanna wore bold oversized wood bangles stacked on her arm with metallic finishes and studs on wood for a dazzling effect. The wood was natural dark wood in two tones, gold metallic painted wood and natural wood with flat studs all in thick 1 inch and 1 and inch wide bangles. She adorned her arm with the wood bangles and wore large stylized hoop earrings over a bikini top and beach wrap.

Casually Dressed Celebrities With Wood Bangles

Jessica Simpson on the go slipped on two natural wood bangles on one arm. It was simple and very green of her, but she looked great dressed casually in a t-shirt over low-rider jeans. Nicole Richie wore a combination of wood bangles and wood bracelets in natural wood for a bohemian touch. Anne Hathaway wore a coconut natural wood bangle with a belted summer dress. Kim Kardasian wore a very wide studded dark wood bangle stacked on top of a series of other bracelets with a casual short jumpsuit in khaki with a hat trimmed with brown ribbon.

Bangles can be made from a wide variety of woods. They can be kept close to natural or painted and finished. They can be studded of posted and the width of the bracelet is as narrow as nature will allow and as wide as nature will allow. Fashion will allow you to combine thin bangles with wide bangles and to stack them on top of one another in any type of order. You can create a bohemian look or a green look with wood bangles if you leave them natural or under finished without paint. You can also buy painted wood bangles which give a look of carefree freedom and fun. The look you choose will hopefully suit your personality and disposition perfectly.

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