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Jennifer Tuton San Francisco jewelry designer. Handmade jewelry. Semi-precious gem stones. Fine jewelry. Fashion jewelry. Initial Necklaces.

How to Layer Necklaces 101

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How to Layer Necklaces 101

Jennifer Tuton

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There's a saying "more is more," and yes we think so too.  Why wear one necklace when you can three or four? Same goes for rings and bracelets.  Many of my clients have expressed a common concern, "I don't know how to layer."  Well here are some tricks I've discovered for no-brainier layering:

The "high-low" look.  Try pairing our Gold choker with the Long Gold Slinky necklace.  This combo creates the look that you've wrapped the pieces twice.  The shimmery chain is sexy and will spruce up any outfit. The added bonus is that the long slinky can actually be wrapped twice giving you a triple layer.

Bohemian Layers. For those that enjoy a touch of color and texture, our newest beaded layers are the ticket. Start with a Beaded Bar or Beaded Charms necklace, then add the longer Beaded Chains. Varying lengths of micro faceted and every-so-sparkly gemstones scattered with gold bits (discs or nuggets) - personal favorite is the lapis.  The great thing about a beaded necklace is it also pairs well with plain chains while adding a bit of allure. 

Layered Shorties.  The most popular layering look is when you keep it simple with an assortment of shorter necklaces.  Initial Necklaces are the perfect basic:  add the Multi Color Cz, the Tiny Circle, the possibilities are endless!  Many of our necklaces are on 16-18" extendable chains so when wearing multiples you get to choose how you stagger the lengths.

Start playing with all of these techniques and before you know if you'll be a layering pro!