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Whether simple, with a beautiful chain design, like a Figaro or Singapore, or featuring gemstones, a 14k gold plated bracelet is an essential jewelry piece. Versatile and stylish, a gold-dipped bracelet can be an ideal everyday accessory. You can wear it alone and style it with other simple jewelry, or you can stack it with bangles and cuff bracelets for the ultimate statement look. So if you are looking for a new bracelet to add to your jewelry collection, then you have come to the right place. We have selected a couple of our most popular designs for gold-dipped bracelets. With a versatile base metal like brass or a hypoallergenic metal like sterling silver, all of our gold bracelets are coated with a thick 14k gold layer. Scroll down to see our design and enjoy one of the most diverse and chic collections of gold bracelets....Read more
How to style a 14k gold plated bracelet?
Like we said, a 14k gold plated bracelet offers you multiple styling options. For a contemporary bracelet stack, you can wear it along with a gemstone cuff and thin bangles. However, when trying this look, avoid wearing rings as it could read as too busy. In the warm season, you can also match your bracelet with a gold anklet to get a goddess-inspired look. For everyday occasions like going to work, you can style your bracelet with gold stud earrings and a dainty pendant necklace. If you are going to a black-tie event, you can try wearing black silk gloves and a thin gold bracelet. With this look, you can also don a pair of gemstone statement earrings that will add elegance and class to your outfit.
How to clean a gold bracelet?
To avoid scratching your 14k gold plated bracelet, you should only clean it using a damp microfiber cloth or a jewelry brush. Be careful not to rub too hard and avoid direct contact with water. Likewise, when you are swimming or showering, remember to take off your bracelet. If you notice scratches or the gold layer wearing off, don’t panic. You can always take your bracelet to the jeweler’s for re-plating.