Like any old adage in the fashion world, the rule to never mix your metals when wearing jewelry is gone. Finally, mixing gold and silver is no longer a taboo!
Wearing gold and silver together can give you a fresh, new look, enhance your style and natural beauty, and even give a spring to your step. When mixed, gold and silver can match your outfit, mood, and personality.
Mixing Silver and Gold Jewelry
Can you make a mistake when combining different metals? No, not really – after all, fashion is not what’s in, but how you wear it. Even the most shocking trends (just remember that it was a sin for women to wear pants) had to start with one confident woman. So, when combining gold and silver, your best guide is your own taste and sense of style. If, however, you still feel insecure about it, we can give you some tips and tricks.
Tips for Properly Mixing Silver and Gold Jewelry
Focus on one spot
While you can wear bracelets, necklaces, and rings all at once, what works best is having a focus area. This can be your neck, wrists, hands, or ears.
To avoid wearing too much jewelry, pick an area you want to focus on, and let that be the spot where you’ll combine silver and gold jewelry.
If you want to accentuate your neck, for example, you can choose a gold necklace, and layer some silver necklaces over it. On the other areas, choose jewelry pieces that won’t take the attention away from your focus – this means small, delicate jewelry.
The perfect bridging piece
To combine silver and gold well, you should always have a bridging piece of jewelry – this means there should be one piece that stands out, so you can build around it.
For example, if you want to show off an antique gold ring, you can wear it on your index finger and wear smaller, simpler rings on your other fingers. This way the gold ring is the focus, while the other rings serve as a backdrop that only makes it stand out more.
Your bridging piece can be the most exotic, or most unusual piece in your collection. That one silver necklace you love but you believe never pairs well with any of your outfits can be combined with several gold chains and voila – a new look that suddenly perfectly matches your style!
Precious stones are always a good choice
The centerpiece of your gold and silver jewelry combination can be a precious stone. Topaz, sapphire, emerald, and amethyst can pair perfectly with the silver-gold combination.
Choose your perfect stone and try to build around that. If, for example, you have a necklace with a blue sapphire pendant, you can layer delicate gold and silver necklaces around it so that, in the end, it shimmers and shines like the night sky – and the sapphire as the brightest star!
Go simple… or go bold
There are simply no limits to what you can do when mixing gold and silver, so don’t be afraid to experiment! The way you combine your jewelry can vary from casual and simple to bold and unique.
A look for the office can be your silver watch flanked by thin gold bangles – this sounds simple, but it gives you a sophisticated, elegant look, even if you’re wearing a pair of jeans and a simple t-shirt. A bolder look can be combining your showstopper ring with a dozen of smaller, delicate bands.
All you really need to successfully wear a mix of gold and silver is one thing – confidence! Feel free to experiment, and don’t be afraid to have fun. If you’re on the lookout for a perfect piece of jewelry, drop by our gold jewelry store – we promise you’ll find it!