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  • Mix it up - how to layer and wear mixed metals
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    Hanna Nicholson

Mix it up - how to layer and wear mixed metals

Mix it up - how to layer and wear mixed metals

Often when it comes to the jewellery we wear everyday, we are either a 'silver' or a 'gold' person. Yet more and more, people are taking a more eclectic, less rigid approach to their jewellery buying - jewellery designers are diversifying too, using not just traditional yellow gold or silver - but rose gold, antique gold, white gold as well as a rise in black rhodium plated silver jewellery.

As is always our advice when choosing jewellery - pick something that sparks joy, rather than worrying too much if it 'goes' with your other jewellery. Here are some of our style tips for wearing a mix of metals:

Layering up demi-fine jewellery brands like Amarilo is a perfect way to play with different metals, yet keeping a minimal look.

There are no rules! If you want to make an impact, play with different scales and textures when mixing metals to make a statement. Bracelet stacking is a great way to do this, with cuffs, finer friendship bands and chains to build up a curated, yet fun feel.

Our new O rings from Osylia stack beautifully, in a range of silver, rose and yellow gold (main picture). Go for the simple metal band, or the Luce range inlaid with Swarovski crystals.

Earring stacking is a great way to experiment with mixing your metals (read our blog post here). Try keeping to a style or one stone colour to make it feel more considered.

 

 

  • Post author
    Hanna Nicholson

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