I think it is very safe to say that there is a certain psychology in the way you wear your jewelry and there is a correlation between the way you accessorize and your personality, yes, your jewelry is a form of expression and can tell a lot about you.
For example, an introverted person has the tendency to wear small, minimalistic pieces while an extroverted and outgoing person will have a bolder tendency, the same way some people have a preference for bright colors while some other people would rather have more tone down colors.
Truth is, that some people would just be ok wearing the same pieces over and over again and settle for something that can be easily worn with different outfits and clothing style. If you are not part of that percentage and like to add a fun and personal touch to your jewelry, maybe layering is what you are looking for.
Mastering the art of layering your jewelry can be quite tricky and there are few things you can do to create the perfect layered set while rocking your own personal style.
In order to create a balanced look, it is important to keep in mind that spacing is key. Each of the pieces you want to layer should compliment the next one to avoid a cluttered look and to prevent them from getting twisted between each other.
You want your pieces to be displayed in a natural way and do not block the other pieces you are wearing.
This is the perfect excuse to experiment with different looks and sizes and mix big pieces with smaller and more simple ones.
Don’t overdo it
Keep in mind that too many chunky pieces will make you look weighed down so make sure to mix it up a little and add the proper size pieces to your layering set.
The fun thing about layering your jewelry, you can play with colors and textures, start with the smallest, and shortest piece.
A great way to start with a layering set would be a diamond cut bead choker in your choice of white gold for a sober and classy look, pink for a playful touch or the always trendy yellow gold for an even more eye-catching effect. You can leave as is, or add a small pendant to give your base piece and even more appealing look.
A small initial pendant or maybe a lucky charm to bring some good luck your way.
For the second layer, add a bigger piece like this stunning moon and diamond star 14 karts necklace. If you really want to spice up your look do a different color gold than what you chose for the initial piece. If you decided for yellow gold on the first layer, maybe go with rose gold on the second piece, this creates a more natural and interesting feel. It doesn’t need to match perfectly, just keep in mind that if you are adding the third necklace, the bigger piece should be the last layer.
It is also important to consider the neckline you’re wearing when layering. You can also keep it as minimalistic as you feel like.
You can also choose pieces with a special meaning and create a story with your jewelry…
You can layer more than necklaces
There is a huge craze about layering rings and you can find truly amazing rings to achieve this look, one of my favorites?
This simple yet beautiful classic diamond look with a twist. Minimalist to the T and featuring One VS quality 0.10-carat diamond set in a 14 karat white gold bezel. Attaching on either side with a 14 karat gold chain is absolutely astonishing!
Wear one or add one or more to complete an even more dashing look, keep it in the same color or have some fun with them. They are available in white, yellow and rose gold so you decide how to mix and match!