Watch & Jewellery
STYLE STACKS: Boucheron's Quarte Grosgrain & Clou de Paris bangles
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Boucheron
13.10.2016
Boucheron's Quatre Grosgrain & Clou de Paris bangles in yellow, white, and rose gold
Boucheron's Quatre Grosgrain & Clou de Paris bangles in yellow, white, and rose gold
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If you’re a big fan of staples and that’s just about what you wear around these days because you hate choices, then accessorising on a daily basis is probably what you classify as a chore too. Thankfully, some of the biggest jewellers are doing all the legwork for you by creating pieces that work well with just about any item of clothing you pull out from the wardrobe come night or day, and arguably even if you’re in your birthday suit it’d still work. Boucheron, for instance, have tapped on their signature designs for these white, rose and yellow gold bangles that can already be considered as classics. That’s because the two main designs are extensions of the Parisian jeweller’s greatest hits: the Cloud de Paris motif (inspired by the cobblestones of the Place Vendôme) and the Grosgrain (inspired by founder Frédéric Boucheron’s family link to drapery). The good news is, they’re thin enough to join up with the rest of your wrist-stacking ways or simply as a standalone.

 

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