Wearing more than one metal tone at a time is a great way to add sophistication to your layers. The hardest part about achieving this look is creating a palate that looks intentional.
Here are our top 3 stylist tips to getting the right mix!
TIP #1: CHOOSE YOUR BASE TONE
Start with one metal tone that you are going to wear the most of. Mixing metals is easiest if you start with one palate and then strategically add new metals as highlights.
TIP #2: PICK YOUR PIECES
Once you have decided which metal you are going to wear the most of, you can start adorning! Keep your look cohesive by sticking to your base tone for pieces that are worn alone, such as earrings, or cocktail rings.
Add other metals where you have the ability to layer, such as necklaces, bracelets, or ring stacks. Again, the main trick when mixing metals is for the layers to look intentional.
TIP #3: PLACEMENT
If you are new to metal mixing, focus on placement.
Keep a 2:1 ratio in mind. For instance, if you are wearing two layering necklaces in gold, try adding a rose gold chain in between. By "enclosing" your new metal you create a frame and makes this new tone look as though it is part of the set.
The same can be done with bracelets. Two gold bangles are a perfect base for adding a new tone. Layer a rose gold chain bracelet in between, and your look will instantly be elevated.
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