Your guide on how to create the perfect necklace stack and how to layer your necklaces in effortless style!
There’s definitely an art to the perfectly layered necklace…. And there’s definitely not just 1 rule! But our Miami based pal Rachael from the blog ‘Summer of Diane’ has got a pretty great knack for getting it right. Read on for her tips on how to create the perfect necklace stack.
I love creating a statement look by layering several dainty necklaces & charms. Here's the process I use whenever I'm pairing my La Luna Rose necklaces together!
I first start by considering the top I'll be wearing as well as its neckline. If I'm wearing a shirt with a higher neckline (e.g. t-shirt), I typically opt for shorter chains but with more charms. Alternatively, If I go with a shirt with a somewhat lower neckline—like the v-neck romper pictured—I like to style single charms on longer chains. After I've established what length of chains I'll be styling, I consider what metal I want to wear! Truth be told, I'm a die-hard lover of gold jewelry but I also absolutely adore mixing metals, so don't feel like you have to pick just one!
The final step is to stack the charms. I gravitate towards groupings of three, so for a short stack I like two charms on the shortest chain & one on the longest chain. For a longer stack, I like single charms on the top chains & 2 charms on the longest. And if I just thoroughly confused you, just reference the photos in this post ;)
I hope these tips help you build your perfect necklace stack! But remember there are no steadfast rules when it comes to jewelry, so layer up & have fun!
Check our Rach's La Luna Rose picks here:
Thanks a bunch for your tips Rach! To see more on Rach’s style, head over to her blog at Summerofdiane.com or, read up on her life in Miami in our recent blog post here – She’s got some pretty killer secret spots if you’re ever thinking of hitting Florida sometime soon!
Have fun! We'd love to see how you style you La Luna Rose necklaces, feel free to send us your photo's or tag us on Social Media!
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