Do you have a collection of stranded necklaces that you would normally wear one at a time? Why wear one when you can wear multiple? Learning to layer necklaces is key when styling jewellery.
The type of jewellery that seems to get tangled even when lying flat, necklace layering isn't as easy or as effortless as it looks—but with the right tips, it can be easier.
Discover our guide for successfully styling the ultimate cascading necklace look.
Varying lengths of necklaces is key to achieving a cascade of layers. We recommend starting with your shortest necklace and wearing additional necklaces at least one inch apart.
Concert Chain Necklace
Less is more—you’ll want to stick to no more than 3 or 4. Allowing each necklace to sit separately from the others, maximise the impact of each piece.
Stinger Chain Necklace
Combine thinner and thicker chain necklaces—adding contrasting textures will create interest. Experiment with fine and intricate chain details.
Block Chain Necklace
When layering necklaces with pendants, pay attention to how the shapes work together. Layering a pendant necklace with a simple chain is a great way to bring balance to your layers.
Insignia Diamond Necklace
Have a favourite necklace you want to show off? Make it the centre of your look and work around it. To make sure your statement piece isn't outshined, layer it with more minimal options.
Quarter Lunette Necklace
An easy way to wear something meaningful, pick a personalised piece to be the focus point. Consider pieces of personal significance, like a pendant with your birthstone or initial.
Petite Letter Necklace
In the end, there is no right or wrong way to layer necklaces—only what you prefer.