Tammy Tells You How to Layer Necklaces Like A Pro

Mar 3, '21

The perfect necklace can elevate an everyday t-shirt and add “oh yeah” to your favorite little black dress.  Be daring and go to the next level by layering necklaces to make your outfits even more versatile and interesting.

If you’ve never layered necklaces, Tammy suggests starting with two---one short necklace, 12-18 inches, and one long necklace, something around 30-36 inches.  Find your “perfect pair” by just trying a few combinations from your current jewelry collection.  Then purchase new pieces to expand the ways you can layer them.  

Don’t be afraid to wear two diamond necklaces, mix your metals or wear a statement choker with a delicate chain.  Layering should reflect your style and be fun.  Enjoy creating new looks with the jewelry you already love.

TAMMY’S FAVORITE TWO NECKLACE COMBOS:

Try these pairings which feature pieces that look as good together as they do on their own.

 ~ Dark, But Definitely Not Dangerous:

Lagos Sterling Silver Necklace with Cabochon Black Onyx Caviar Pendant 

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Lagos Sterling Silver Signature Caviar 7 Circle Station Rolo Link Necklace 

 

~ Bright, Beautiful & Better Together

Ippolita yellow gold Lollipop Mini Pendant Necklace in Turquoise 

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Ippolita 18kt yellow gold Rock Candy Stations Necklace featuring Turquoise, Blue Topaz and Doublets of Turquoise & Clear Quartz 

 

 

HER FAVORITE THREE NECKLACE LAYERED LOOK:

Three is not a crowd, especially when it comes to layering.  Try this stunning & unforgettable combo!

 

~ Duh…Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend

Hearts on Fire 18 kt yellow gold necklace with three stone bezel set diamonds 

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Classic diamond necklace with 1 round bezel set diamond

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John Hardy Dot Hammered Mini Rolo Chain Sautoir Necklace in 18 kt yellow gold and sterling silver 

 

Click here to book a one-on-one appointment with a Floyd & Green associate and let us help you put together your perfect layered look or call us at 803.649.6005.

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