Master the Art of Stacking Necklaces

Layering necklaces is trending again, but is it ever not? Lots of women today are opting for bold, chunky necklaces in geometric shapes that make a big statement all on their own. Wearing multiple pieces in an ever-changing mix of combinations lets you enjoy more of the pieces in your jewellery collection.


It can be so much fun to pile on two or more necklaces with small charms interspersed. It is such an easy and trendy look to pull off. It adds a playful look to your style, whether you choose a stack of 2 or 3.

Mix up shapes and sizes of necklaces for a more sophisticated look. Metal colours are also a way to add more depth to a look. Pick one of each; rose, white and yellow gold to create a triple stack that brings warmth and style.

When creating the perfect stack remember to layer starting from the bottom and move upwards. Usually the bottom most stack should be V-shaped or a drop pendant. This gives the illusion of a longer neck. As you move upwards along the stack the necklaces can become more horizontal – heres where charm necklaces play a key role The decorate the collar bone with dangling diamonds and give off just the right vibes.


Coloured gemstones make an eye-catching stack. You can drape bright, primary colours of gems against strands of plain chains for a refined way to decorate the décolletage. Use the gemstone pops as colour accents to match your heels or your palazzo pants.


Layer a leather choker with a fine diamond necklace to achieve a stylish look. Its simple yet elegant. Sometimes layering two pendants works well too. The options are endless; a leather choker with a pendant or a leather choker with a charm necklace or build a stack of 3. For a classic look a plain gold pendant stacked with a pearl drop pendant will be a look you can opt for every day.

The best stacks are of 2 or 3 necklaces however you can go ultra glam with even more additions to your stack! The sky is the limit as you create you perfect Instagram-worthy stack.

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