Mixing Metals

May 28, 2014

I’ve been working on my jewelry game lately. I have so many pieces I never wear and pieces I buy for a specific outfit that don’t really get any variety. I’m trying to mix it up a little. Plus, I always love the look of a mixed metal palette, layered gold and silver.

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I have a few great pieces that incorporate both – like the necklace below (the shortest one) that’s gold and silver. It was a graduation present and I wear it all the time to pull pieces together or alone as a single strand.

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Rings, rings, rings. Midi ring is Moorea Seal and my ring finger ring was a gift from my 8th grade boyfriend. Ha!

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The star necklace I picked up at Anthropologie because it’s so light and delicate. And the lily of the valley pendant is a Crow Steals Fire piece that I absolutely love.

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This trio is perfect since they layer so well together but don’t overlap too much. I’ll be wearing this combo all summer with light and airy blouses and tunics.

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Lily of the Valley necklace c/o Crow Steals Fire
Photos by Betsy McPherson

3 thoughts on “Mixing Metals

  1. Emily

    Hey Whitney! I love to layer my necklaces, but I have a hard time keeping them from getting really tangled throughout the day. Is there a way you know of to keep the delicate chains from getting jumbled up?

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    1. Whitney Post author

      i have the same problem, but I haven’t figured out any good solutions.. i just try to wear super delicate necklaces alone and pair ones that won’t tangle too much.

      Reply

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