How to create a stunning effect?

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  • By Liesbeth Meijs
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How do you make your necklace(s) boost your outfit to create that trendy look? With these easy tips styling your necklaces is more fun and you'll get the best our of them.

Mix different shapes
A straight chain necklace is easy to match with a differnt shape fine necklace with embellishments, make sure the size of the shape is complementary and the contrast not too big, and a small difference in length will enhance the effect.

Layer different materials
Make your look interesting by combining different materials like leather and crystal, silver or gold with crystals or semi-precious stones, the materials should enhance each other and the colours should be in the same colour scheme.

Mix & match
Create a pretty look by matching necklaces and materials with the same colour scheme or mix different colours. Silver and gold can be very nice for each other as long a style and materials match, and contrasting colours provide depth.

Experiment with a new style
Everyone has their own style and it is fun to try something new out of the box, if you always choose short necklaces or stick to the same material, then try a different style and add colour to your jewelry and match it to your wardrobe for matching colour accents.

Highlight your necklace(s)
Choose a monochrome scheme or one bold colour without print to make your necklace(s) the focus of your outfit, this will give you a trendy and chique look.

Try all of the above with bracelets too!
Bracelets mix & match


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