Let's layer some jewels together!

Let's layer some jewels together!

Let's layer some jewels together!

Don't let your jewelry overwhelm your outfit. Here's how to layer necklaces with other pieces for a sophisticated look.

Choose a necklace that’s simple and elegant. If you want to wear multiple pieces at once, go for a long chain or delicate pendant that won’t compete with other jewelry.

Here are the two rules to know before you start stacking your necklaces.

  • Chain it up. Gold chains look gorgeous layered on top of each other.
  • The shorter, the better. Don't be afraid to go for a choker every now and then.

Be consistent in your metallic choices.

Try adding a pendant over a long necklace to show off some personality.

Stacking necklaces can be done by following these simple rules.


Necklaces, bracelets, earrings—the world of jewelry is vast. You can have fun exploring the world of jewelry, but if you want to start with something simple, these tips and tricks will help you get started.

When it comes to layering necklaces, there are a few key pieces to keep in mind. A choker-style pendant necklace under a long necklace, for example, is one great way to layer pieces—especially if your long pendant is shorter than your choker necklace. It might take a bit of trial-and-error to figure out which chain styles work best for you, but once you find your perfect combination, you'll have an effortless look that you can wear time and time again. You don't have to wear a necklace around your neck. You can also wear it as an ankle bracelet, bracelet or even as a belt. The best part of layering necklaces is that there are so many ways you can style them that no one will ever know if you're wearing the same necklace twice!


Once you have an arsenal of jewelry pieces, it's time to play around with them and layer for different looks. The next time you're ready to go out, give these suggestions a shot.

These are my favorite pieces to layer these days!!



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