Coco Chanel once said, "Once you've dressed, and before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take at least one thing off." But with delicate pieces being all the rage, layering multiple pieces has become a super trend. So let's find a common ground between the ever elegant Chanel and today's modern trend. Here's a few images on how we layer our pieces properly:
You don't have to stop with just one earring! If you're going to layer multiple keep it simple with various delicate pieces. If you want to wear a statement earring, pair it with a delicate piece up top to for balance. Mixing and matching metals and shapes is always the best way to keep it interesting!
Pictured above: Mia Stud, Flat Bar Stud, Square Cartilage Cuff
Pictures above: Lyra Fringe Earrings, Pearl and CZ Cartilage Ear Cuff
Pictured above: Stella Ear Cuff Set *items also sold separately*
Keep it elegant, get funky, go boho- styling pieces together can give different looks. The key to layering necklaces is keeping the pieces delicate and at varied lengths. Start at the top- begin with the shortest necklace, pick a piece that compliments the neckline of your top. If you want an elegant look keep the style similar to the first piece, if you're feeling bold- mix it up with a different metal or chain. Try making your longest necklace on the thicker side to balance out the layering of the necklaces above. Remember, you don't have to stop at three!
Pictured above: Evil Eye Necklace, Bar Necklace, Mimosa Body Chain
Pictures above: Braided Choker, Drop Baguette Choker, Butterfly Necklace, Circle Necklace
Go crazy, layer them on! A simple bangle is the perfect item to layer up with. Adding multiple delicate pieces actually balance out the look. Try bracelets of various thicknesses and shapes. If you're wearing a thicker bracelet, balance it out with one-two delicate pieces. Mixing and matching is key!
Pictured above: Lyra Pearl Cuff
Pictured above: Diamond Hand Chain, Double Statement X Ring
Pictured above: Opal Cuff, Light Blue Evil Eye Bracelet
When stacking rings the best way is to stack on only a couple of fingers. Always be sure to keep a finger bare so you're not overdoing it, resulting in a sloppy look. Always mix and match with colors, textures, shapes, and metals.
Pictured above: Evil Eye Ring, Six Lines Ring
Pictured above: Double Statement X Ring, Evil Eye Ring, Diamond Double Band Ring, Butterfly ring *currently sold out*
Like what you see? Start layering here.