The concept of layering your jewellery may sound extremely simple, but mastering it can be trickier than you think. The idea of layering, in essence, is supposed to look effortless (no one needs to know how much effort you've put in!).
It's so easy to put the same jewellery on, day in day out, and we are all guilty. The trick is to work your jewellery in different ways and combinations to keep your look fresh.
Simple additions and incorporation of different items of jewellery can make the world of difference and give you all the confidence you need.
When it comes to mastering the art of layering, it may be best to concentrate on one or two parts of the body, i.e. hands and neck or ears and wrists. There is a fine line when it comes to layering jewellery and you don't want it to overwhelm your look.
Rule #1: Balance
It is important to create a balanced look, i.e. spacing between jewellery is key when layering. You don't want all your jewellery to amalgamate in one spot. For example, wear rings on different fingers of the same hand, or wear one stud earring and one drop earring if you have two ear piercings.
Rule #2: Find matching pieces
Try to find items of jewellery that complement one another. You are not aiming for the cluttered, overwhelming look - you want effortless and chic. For example, our CICI circle rose necklace and VERA ROSE flower necklace go perfectly together.
Rule #3: Experiment with size
Rule #4: Choose ideal lengths
The number of necklaces you incorporate into your design is essential to creating your look. It may sound obvious, but you need to choose necklaces which are of different lengths.
When it comes to layering necklaces, try to use no more that 5.
Rule #5: Have fun!