How to Mix 'n' Match Metals
Posted on 27 August 2015
Whether it’s all right to mix and match silver and gold jewelry has been an on-going debate since the start of time. Way before, matching these two metals is a big NO-NO, but as years past and fashion guru are way more experimental in their style, putting on these two metals in one style has been starting to appear in fashion runways. Despite this, it still doesn’t make it any easier for most women to figure out how to mix silver and gold jewelry.
That’s why for today’s post, we’re going to give some tips and do’s on how you can properly match these two contrasting elements, and pave the way to a whole new style you’ll surely enjoy.
• Wear one piece of jewelry that has silver and gold combined.
The easiest and safest way to wear two contrasting pieces of jewelry is to wear one that has both metals into it. Take this Gold Accented Swarovski Beaded Pendant Necklace, for example, wearing this can help you mix and match your favorite gold or silver-tone fashion jewelry for a perfect pairing.
• Wearing stack multi-colored rings.
Wearing stack multi-colored rings is a great tip if you want your rings to stand out. The best way to do this is to layer the silver and gold rings you have. Remember Audrey Hepburn's engagement ring?
• Mixing a third color.
Another way to do mix and match metals is to add another color in a stack of two metals such as shown in the picture. You can see here than the gold watch is paired with a silver and gold accessory, and was added with a beaded bracelet.
• Don’t go overboard.
Putting on these two different colored metals can excite you but don’t make the mistake of wearing too much jewelry that you’ll basically look over-accessorized.
The truth is there are no rules on how you can properly mix gold and silver jewelry. You just have to be confident enough to pull it off.