24 Feb Layering Up Your Jewellery – What To Do And What Not To Do?
There are times when you want to do that little extra and wear more than just one chain, one pair of earrings, one bracelet, and one ring. That “one” in the jewellery is extremely simple. And, why limit yourself when you can embrace a variety of jewellery pieces together? However, you definitely need to know how to do it right, because if you don’t ponder over what to layer together, you may end up looking disastrously inappropriate! So, here are some tips on how you can layer your jewellery right.
What to do?
Today, people are opting more for customized jewellery to create a personal individual style for themselves; and you can do the same by walking into Aura Jewels, the best customized jewellery shop in Rajajinagar Bangalore. But, you need to be sure about what you are designing, because picking and pairing the right customized jewellery is very important.
For necklaces – Necklaces are the most popular pieces that are layered together. The types of metals and the lengths play an important role when it comes to layering necklaces. Choose the same metal with wavering lengths, and maybe different coloured gemstones studded in them. The best way you can wear layered necklaces is by creating a graduation effect by combining short delicate necklaces with slighter heavier and longer necklaces. Other options include layering a special customized necklace with a couple of small charm necklaces, or creating a collar effect to be worn with a button-up shirt and denim jacket.
For bracelets – For a daytime occasion, you can wear a multi-coloured bracelet with a colourful wrap bracelet, a beaded bracelet, and a chunky bangle. For a Boho look, you can wear a chunky cuff, combined with beaded and wrapped bracelets of all kinds, and a soft dreamcatcher pendant on a delicate chain. To make it an elegant combination, you will need small chains and subtle charms with a combination of only a colour or two.
For rings – You need to enhance your fingers with the rings; not make them look overdone. So, while you can mix and match metals, coloured gems, and weights, you need the right art of stacking rings. You can wear rings on each finger, but make sure they are of varying thicknesses and weights that complement one another. Another look is wearing a double ring on the center finger, with one ring on each of the fingers on the sides. But, if you have already done too much stacking of bracelets, don’t do the same with rings; keep it minimal.
What not to do?
One biggest mistake one makes is mixing metals. Never mix your metals too much. At the least, never mix more than two different metal textures. Also, if you have even the slightest doubt about what you are wearing, it is better to leave it out. Never overdo anything. If you feel something is not right, stop, take a look at yourself in the mirror, and get off that one thing you doubt.