We’ve seen the layering trend go viral for the last few years now, and it’s safe to say, this trend is a keeper! So since it’s staying in style, we thought you may find it beneficial to learn how to get it right. It definitely is a great way to make statement with your jewellery, so unleash the maximalist in you and browse through five ways to layer your favourite necklaces like a pro!
Incorporate A Coin Necklace
Coin necklaces are one of the hottest jewellery trends right now – and for good reason. These necklaces can give any look a subtle upgrade even when they’re worn on their own. But layer them with other chains and necklaces, and you might just be making every best-dressed list this season. Let be your go-to style this season!
Add A Conch Shell Necklace
We’ve said this before: seashell jewellery is totally in for the summer time! Add some oomph to your plain gold chains and switch one (or two) out for a conch seashell necklace for the ultimate maximalist look.
By monochrome we mean go all one colour. Here you can experiment with different styles of necklaces, but keep it all one colour to make a statement like no other. This one is also works great for Eastern wedding wear and can make your gems look that much more striking. The trick is to keep the gems or colour in the same family so that it looks like one big necklace!
Mix And Match Different Styles
Have some fun by mixing and matching different styles of necklaces. Be it chokers, chains, pendants or any type – layer them all together for an ultra-glamorous look! This style can bring even the most basic white tee look come alive. Trust us, all the cool kids are doing it!
Be Subtle With Thin Chains
When layering thinner chains, it’s important to pair necklaces together that are all different lengths. Remember, this is key! That layering effect that you spot on all your favourite bloggers worldwide will not come through if you match necklaces of the same length. Alternately, you can also purchase pre-layered necklaces that’ll make your work that much easier.