Layering for fall isn’t just about your wardrobe. We’re loving the more is more trend happening with jewellery right now because it allows us to really mix ‘n match all of the pieces we wouldn’t normally pair together. Putting dramatic statement pieces with simple everyday items can breathe new life into your look. Tailor your jewellery to match the current trends we’re seeing on the runways by selecting pieces that can be reworked in different ways and pair well with other items. Pandora’s latest collection is all about stacking and layering to get the most out of your jewellery for a wide range of looks.
The More the Merrier
Stacking is a fun way to really highlight your rings in a new and different way. Traditionally we’ve seen a lot of simple bands being paired together but there is so much more you can do to create something totally new. Playing with statement rings alongside more simple pieces and even mixing up metals to really create dimension and a unique look is one of the easiest ways to get a whole new look out of the same pieces. Here are some of our tips on how to get creative with your rings.
The 5 go-to’s you need
Building your jewellery collection is all about having those staple pieces that can be paired with any outfit. Wear them on their own for a more classic vibe or create a multi-layered look that feels fresh and modern. See how Eliza is incorporating those traditional go-to’s into her look to give them a more versatile feel.
Switch up your styling
Sometimes simply reworking the same piece in different ways can help to get the most out of your jewellery. Switching up the length of a necklace or adding different charms can give your pieces a different vibe each time, which allows you to pair them with any outfit, day or night. Test out different styling techniques like the 3 mentioned below to give you multiple looks from the same piece.
See 5 different ways to create the perfect look for every occasion.
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