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Lab Diamond Bangle Guide



Bangles and bracelets are available in a variety of metals and styles. Bangles are rigid, round pieces of jewelry without a clasp, while bracelets are flexible and have a clasp. The set shape makes bangles easier to slide on your wrist and take them off whether you’re wearing one or stacking a few. Because they don’t hug your risk, bangles also are more noticeable because they’re bigger.


Popularity of Lab Diamond Bangles


You can find bangles in a variety of looks, from simple, plain metal bangles to gemstone embellished designs. Diamonds are the most popular choice for gemstone bangles, and lab-created diamonds continue to be sought after for the following reasons. They’re:


• Optically, chemically and physically the same as earth-mined diamonds


• Ethical and conflict-free


• Available in a variety of shapes and cuts


• Affordable compared to earth-mined diamonds


• Available in multiple carat weights


• Certified by reputed institutes like IGI and GIA based on the 4cs (carat, clarity, color, cut)


Why are lab diamond bangles so popular? They can be worn by everyone, they’re a versatile piece of jewelry and come in a variety of options. No matter your jewelry preferences, you can find a bangle that matches your style–simple and classic to completely-embellished with lab diamonds. You can find styles that work for the office, designs for a date night or more dramatic bangles for a special occasion. Plus, you can wear bangles alone or stacked to create your own unique look.


Bangle Designs


Here are a few of popular lab diamond bangles:


• Flush Set Lab Diamond Bangle: Lab-created diamonds are periodically set along the entire bangle so that they sit flush with the bangle’s surface. This is a versatile, comfortable, and lightweight piece that can be worn every day for all occasions. It looks good stacked or worn alone.


• Lab Diamond Heart Bangle: This delicate, lightweight bangle features four stacked hearts embellished with lab diamonds. It’s comfortable and versatile enough to be worn every day–whether it’s for work or a night out. It can be worn alone or stacked.


• Single Line Lab Diamond Bangle: Diamonds set around the entire bangle provide eye-catching sparkle along with versatility. Think of this as a rigid diamond tennis bracelet. It’s slightly heavier than simpler bangles because of the diamonds. Wear this alone for work or a night out, and stack it for even more of an impact. This is a stunning piece for a special occasion as well!



Metal Options


Along with finding a style that works for you (or for your loved one), you’ll also need to select the metal for the bangle.


• Yellow Gold: This metal is best for someone who has a classic sense of style. It’s strong, durable, and classic, and typically is in 14K.


• Platinum: If you’re looking for a hypoallergenic option with a classic, sophisticated look, then platinum is an ideal choice.


• White Gold: 14K White gold is a popular choice because it’s a nice alternative to platinum, that offers a radiant silvery-white shine.


• Rose Gold: This 14K metal has a warm, pinkish tint and has grown more popular recently. As a result, it’s great for someone with a modern sense of style.


• Sterling Silver: Sterling silver is more affordable than the other metal options and offers a high, silvery shine.


Helpful Hints


As you shop for lab diamond bangles, keep the following points in mind:


• Ensure bangles have certified lab diamonds. You want to make sure the diamonds you buy are certified and not an imitation diamond.


• Measure your wrist or your loved one’s wrist to determine the correct size for the bangle. While most bangles don’t have a clasp, some might have a hinge or a gap to help put the bangle on.


• Keep your budget in mind and pick the metal and style accordingly, as this feature affects both the appearance and cost of the bangle.


• For gifting, consider the person’s personal style preference in mind. Observe what type of metals and styles of jewelry they wear most often.


• Pay attention to how and where you’re storing your bangles so they don’t get damaged.


• Buy from a reputed brand that offers easy returns and exchange if you’re dissatisfied with the product or have an issue.


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