Jewelry Style Tips That Will Help You Look Amazing

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 You’ve got a huge amount of jewelry – because after all, jewelry is a wonderful thing to have lots of – but you only ever wear a few favorite items. Or you do wear many different pieces, but you’re not quite sure you’re doing it right. No matter what, if this sounds like you, you’re not alone. Although it might seem as though some people are simply born with an innate talent to understand how jewelry works and some need a little help. Although this is probably not true – it’s just a matter of learning – if you do feel you fall into the second category, don’t worry; we’ve got some useful jewelry style tips below to help. Keep reading to find out more.

Create Layers

Something that can often be forgotten when it comes to wearing jewelry is layering. It’s a shame that many people don’t think about this very much because it’s actually an ideal way not just to make your gorgeous jewelry work for you and your aesthetic, but it also means you get to wear more pieces than you normally would.

One excellent way to get started is with necklaces. By layering necklaces of different lengths, you can actually create a ‘pathway’ up to your face, ensuring anyone you meet focuses on the right area of your body. You can start with a long necklace and work your way up to a shorter one, perhaps one that says something or that is different from the rest, such as a Zodiac necklace.

Necklaces aren’t the only kind of jewelry you can experiment with when it comes to layering either. Bangles are another great example, as are rings and even earrings (depending on how many times you have had your ears pierced).

Know When To Stop

Although we have just extolled the virtues of layering, which means wearing more than one piece of jewelry at a time, it’s also important to understand when to stop putting jewelry on. You can go too far, and sometimes all you’ll do is make your lovely items compete against one another rather than giving you something to make you stand out.

Consider wearing one bold item and then a few smaller, more subtle pieces. Coco Chanel had a great idea about jewelry. She said that before you leave the house, you should look in the mirror and remove one piece of jewelry. Stick to this rule and you’ll never overdo it.

Try Mixing Metals

In the past, there was a ‘rule’ when it came to jewelry that you should never mix metals. In other words, if you were wearing yellow gold, you should mix it with white or rose gold, platinum, or anything else. Today that rule has gone, and it’s actually fun – and fashionable – to mix metals in any way you want to. If it works and you love it, wear it.

The same rule applies to the gemstones you wear too. Don’t just stick to the tried and true; consider stones you might not normally wear or that you wouldn’t tend to pair together as jewelry style. It might just work perfectly. If it doesn’t, try something else. Half the fun is in experimenting.

Martin Maina
Martin Maina is a professional writer and blogger who uses his expertise, skills, and personal experience in digital marketing to craft content that resonates with audiences. Deep down, he believes that if you cannot do great things, then you can do small things in a great way. To learn more, you can connect with him online.
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