Mixing Metal Jewelry Trend and Style Guide

Mixed metal jewelry has long been considered a fashion faux pas, with many people adhering to the rule that one should only wear jewelry made of one type of metal. However, this year it's time to break free from these traditional fashion "rules." Take a look at how you can embrace the trend of mixing different metal colors in your jewelry.

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Should You Mix Metals?

In the past, the idea behind this rule was to avoid clashing or conflicting colors. However, with the rise of eclectic and unique fashion styles, mixed metal jewelry has become increasingly popular. Mixing gold, silver, and rose gold in your jewelry can add depth and dimension to your overall look. Mixing metal jewelry can add interest and variety to your style. Whether you stick to traditional yellow, white, and rose golds or incorporate unique pieces, such as diamonds and enamel, the key is to create a cohesive look.

Additionally, mixed metal jewelry can serve as a way to use different types of jewelry that you may already own. For example, you can layer a gold necklace with a silver bracelet or pair a rose gold watch with a silver ring. The possibilities are endless if you want to mix metal jewelry.

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Choose the Right Body Placement

When incorporating mixed metal jewelry into your wardrobe, focus on one area of your body. With that, you can create a balanced and intentional look rather than appearing haphazard or cluttered. The four most common areas for jewelry are the neck, wrists, ears, and fingers. When mixing your metals, choose one of these areas. For example, if you want to focus on your neck, layer several toned necklaces to create a cohesive look. To complement this, select rings and bracelets that accent one of the metal shades. This way, the jewelry will look intentional and well-coordinated.

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Select a Few Basic Pieces

Instead of focusing on the intricacies of combining different metals in your jewelry, why not choose designs that seamlessly blend different hues? You can opt for jewelry that features contrasting colors, such as a necklace with a pendant that contrasts the color of the chain, or a ring made with different metals. Another approach is to layer multiple bracelets in several colors. By embracing the natural harmony of various hues, take your jewelry to a new level of elegance and sophistication.

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Evenly Distribute Your Metals

An alternative method for styling mixed metal jewelry is to distribute it evenly throughout your outfit. You can achieve this by wearing matching pieces on both wrists, such as two chain bracelets and coordinating earrings. You may want to pair solid yellow gold huggie earrings, a yellow gold choker necklace, a two-tone yellow and white gold watch, and a silver bangle on the same wrist as the watch. By doing this, you can use different metals subtly and tastefully.

Stack the Metals

Layering jewelry is a form of self-expression, and you can elevate your style by incorporating multiple textures and materials. Whether you work with what you already have, the key is to stick to simple and delicate pieces. Avoid layering oversized, heavy items since they can quickly appear cluttered. To achieve a clean and polished look, pair either yellow gold or rose gold with white gold rather than mixing all three.

When it comes to necklaces, opt for thin chains with unique details. Experiment with necklaces at varying lengths. There is one point to keep in mind – the blouse or shirt neckline. Not all necklaces can work with every top. Consider layering multiple chains, one with a charm, another with small diamonds, and a simple chain to add depth and interest. Consider pairing a small hoop with a silver earring for a contrasting look for your ears.

When it comes to wrist stacking, center your stack around your watch. Incorporate the watch first and add other bracelets one by one. Remember to experiment with different textures, materials, and styles to find the perfect combination that represents your taste and style.

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Use a Little Blending

When mixing metals, it can be tempting to stick to the traditional yellow, white, and rose golds. You can add depth and interest to your jewelry collection by incorporating other unique pieces. From sparkling diamonds and vintage-inspired beading to striking enamel. All of these attention details can give a twist to your collection.

Choose pieces with minimal metal showing, such as engagement rings, tennis bracelets, and solitaire diamond pieces. These types of jewelry often feature a single large gemstone or diamond as the focal point, which can help to tie different colored elements together. Another tip when mixing metals is to mix and match textures. For example, you can layer a delicate gold chain necklace with a chunky beaded necklace or a thick gold bangle with a thin silver bangle. With that, it can maintain a sense of balance in your jewelry. 


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Look Great With Mixed Metals

It is also essential to remember the outfit and the occasion when mixing metal jewelry. Remember to have fun and experiment to find the combination that represents your personal style. With creativity and experimentation, you can easily elevate your jewelry game and create a look that will turn heads.

Are you looking to mix your metals? At LaCkore Couture, we offer a wide range of fun and stylish options that elevate your look. Browse our collection today!