Can you mix metals when layering necklaces?
Vary your length
Length is extremely important when layering - necklaces of the same length will tangle easily and won't make the kind of a statement that you're looking for (think a big tangled mess that, that doesn't put any necklace on show) . Necklaces of a varying length will both make your neck look longer and add style to your look. Also, you want your necklace to be the right length to fit whatever neckline you’re wearing.
Pick a statement piece
Layered necklaces work best when you have one hero piece. When choosing your necklaces to layer opt for one that will be the statement piece and others which compliment them, this way they won't all be fighting for attention on your neck. Which piece to choose as your statement also depends on your neckline that you are wearing. If you have a low neckline on then a pendent can work well, however if you have on a high neck top then a choker and a few small, dainty necklaces layered over the top can also work really well.
The rule of three
Mixing metals is definitely on the increase, style-wise and we think it is the perfect way to incorporate your own unique style into the look, it adds a really cool edgy twist, that we are all for! If you're new to mixing metals then opt for gold and silver, this creates a really great clash - but in a cool edgy way. When doing this to ensure the color clash is the star of the show opt for simple and dainty chains.
Want to know more about mixing metals? Have a read of our mixing metals guide here.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab your favorite necklaces and lets get layering!