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JAN 15

Layering Accessories

posted by: FIG

You’ve been layering up in these cold temps, but have you tried layering your accessories? Stack your wrists and pile on the necklaces. We’ve got four of our favorite layered looks for you to try right now!

  1. Stacks by Sisco Berluti- these bracelets take arm candy to a whole new level! Try their pre-paired sets, or create your own. Pile them up for a colorful statement with any ensemble.
  2. Double Sunburst Pave Necklace: Looking for the less is more approach? We love this layering piece from House of Harlow. The dainty chain balances weighty pendants. Layer short, or wear it long. A great piece for any wardrobe.
  3. Double Primal Ring: A double serpent motif packs some glamorous punch in this stacked ring by Lana Jewelry. Subtle enough for daytime, and dramatic enough for night. This is a great go-to layering piece.
  4. Necklaces by Three Bishops: We love this colorful mix from Three Bishops. Pairing a strong color palate with multiple textures creates the ultimate wow-factor. Pair with a simple ensemble to maximize effect.

Don’t be afraid to be brave when layering. Look for interesting colors, textures and lengths to create your perfect look. Do you have a favorite layering piece? Let us know! 

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