Mixing jewelry metals seems somewhat wrong, I know. I was once a believer that to look good meant you have to have matching accessories, meaning if you had a gold watch, all your jewelry should be gold. Well, I’ve discovered a way to mix my jewelry up and making the mixed metals look work. There’s one key word you have to remember here, delicate. Finding delicate pieces to mix not only works, but can change the look of your outfit. No longer are the efforts in trying to gather all you silver jewelry to wear in one outfit. Instead, choosing the right piece to mix and match will not only change the dynamic of your look, but also allow you to wear your desired pieces without putting them to the side because it doesn’t match.
Adding delicate jewelry pieces to your collection is a great investment. Look for pieces that are dainty, small, using thin chains, and keep things simple. Sometimes the best jewelry pieces that people notice are the smallest ones. Mixing high end with low budget pieces is something I do almost daily. The heart cuff seen in the pictures is a relatively low priced piece found at a boutique store, paired with a dainty 5 diamond silver chain bracelet from Tiffany’s. Playing around and mixing jewelry should be a fun. Jewelry are accessory pieces that are meant to accent you and your outfit. You should wear your jewelry pieces, not the other way around. Choosing delicate pieces give the perfect amount of ‘accessorizing’ an outfit. Keep things simple and classic, giving you many options to mix it up when you feel like it.
Links to pieces found online: Ring (similar), Earrings, Bracelet, Watch, Necklace