How to Layer Jewellery
When it comes to looking as fashionable as possible, the trick is to make sure that your accessories keep up with whatever trend is hot right now and how to layer jewellery. In 2018, it looks as though the art of layering is very much back in vogue, and that relates to both clothing and to jewellery. The one thing that we love in particular about layering jewellery is that you get the chance to show off more than one piece at a time, but it’s also important to get the balance right because jewellery wearing is just like cooking; sometimes too many cooks can spoil the broth!
Let’s start things off with a few tips on how to layer jewellery, followed by a few suggestions of Lauryn Rose pieces that are the perfect kinds of designs to achieve the desired effect.
- Make sure that you space out your pieces nicely, because you don’t want to end up looking like you have a clump of tangled jewellery on your chest that looks like one messy piece rather than a number of strategically placed ones.
- Picking the right shapes is important to achieving a good look. Drop charm necklaces give the illusion of elongation, whereas bar charm necklaces give a more blunt appearance, so be aware of your own style and size when it comes to picking pieces to wear.
- A good trick to prevent multiple chains from tangling around your neck is to use a multi strand clasp. This will stop your chosen pieces from knotting when you are wearing them, and you can also use it to achieve the same thing when you are storing your jewellery too. Once you have found your perfect combination for layering, you can keep them together in your jewellery box using the clasp.
So, which Lauryn Rose pieces do we think are the best fits for achieving a layering look?
- Silver Double Disc Necklace
This necklace is particularly perfect for getting started with layering because the double disc nature of the design already has an element of layering in it. The slight overlapping already creates lots of dimension and it means that it could probably just be paired with one other necklace to achieve a great look with little effort. A great place to start.
- Gold Curved Necklace With Adjustable Bar
If you want to add some horizontal dimension to your layering, then this curved gold bar is a great choice. The gold is obviously a classic look, but the slight curve of the bar gives it a much more interesting angle, especially when paired with some more traditional geometric shapes.
- Gold Leaf Necklace
Of course, layering doesn’t have to be limited to geometric shapes; it can also look great when you add in some more realistic designs. This gold leaf necklace is so delicate that is won’t look imposing when mixed with a few other shape. It gives off a really cool boho chic vibe.