5 Jewellery Rules To Remember | sheerluxe.com
From tiny dainty chains to big statement earrings, anything goes when it comes to jewellery. But the endless list of trends doesn’t mean there aren’t still some rules to follow – from when to layer up to how to style bold pieces, here’s how to keep your accessories on the right side of chic…
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Layer Up With V Necks

Whether it’s an open collar boyfriend shirt or wrap cardigan, add interest to a deep V neckline by layering long chains and shorter styles. Anything that sits on your clavicle alone will truncate your neck, whilst stand-alone pieces lack impact – the layering technique both highlights your décolletage and nails the on-trend look.
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Mixed Metals Work

Much like the outdated phobia of mixing black and navy, or red and pink, combined metals are now firmly on the fashion agenda. Create a nonchalant, just-threw-this-on vibe by stacking different shade bracelets, rings and everything in between.
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Pair Crew Necks With Long Chains

When you’re covered up with a high neckline, emulate the style set by wearing one individual pendant for a subtle look. The perfect addition to casual knits and tees, the accent adds a small, feminine touch to comfy layers.

 

Sometimes More Is More

Sometimes less is more, but when it comes to jewellery, the opposite applies. Fashion girls these days are all about layering up mismatched rings, different tones, multiple piercings and creative stacking, so don’t be afraid to experiment.
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Wear Big Earrings Alone

Not sure how to pull off the statement earring trend? Strip the rest of your look back – no rings, bracelets or even tiny studs. Use oversized hoops or chandelier styles to add impact to pared-back outfits or monochrome looks.
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