Layering necklaces looks fabulous, but can be a difficult fashion skill to master. With many options of style, length and material, the process can be overwhelming. Our suggestion is to start simple!
The general rule of layering necklaces is to wear chains that are 2 inches apart.
You want to give your necklaces room to hang without tangling or crossing over.
We recommend wearing a beaded choker necklace at 14 inches, paired with a 16 inch chain and pendant. This creates an effortless, layering combination that works with most necklines. Our collection of Good Works Necklaces provides many great options to create a similar look.
Mixing long and short necklaces is another great combination. When layering long and short necklaces, always make sure the longer piece has a substantial pendant or has details all of the way around the chain.
Lastly, yes you can mix metals! The mixed-medal trend is becoming increasingly popular and creates a very fashion forward look.