Mix a medallion pendant with a Y-necklace and maybe a trendy paper-clip chain or a chunky Cuban link with a diamond or gemstone solitaire attached to it. Finish it off with something set with a hardstone, like malachite or lapis, or a row of colored gemstone accents. Color adds some punch to an otherwise monochrome look, and gemstones are a perfect way to add some drama. Pick a gem that means something to you, like a birthstone, or one that carries a symbolic meaning. Or simply match your outfit. You can also create color with metals. Mix and match white, yellow, and rose-colored metals for a textured look. Anything goes! The well-stacked wrist often starts with one main piece. From there, you could wear a stack of similar pieces, like a set of bangles in different patterns or colors. Alternatively, you could mix the standout piece with a collection of more subtle designs in slack bracelet or hard bangle form. If clashing isn’t for you or won’t suit the occasion, then choose pieces that share a similar aesthetic but aren’t identical.
From inner to outer: Rose Gold Teardrop Diamond Necklace by Harry Kotlar, $2,060
White Gold Diamond Station 3-Stone Drop Necklace by Roberto Coin, $1,450 Moon & Star Chain in Yellow Gold by Penny Preville, $2,475
Blue and Purple Sapphire and Diamond Novella Hinged Ring by David Yurman, $3,200
CHOOSE A PIECE THAT ANCHORS EVERYTHING THEN BUILD THE LOOK AROUND IT.
Stax Cable and Pavé Hinged Stacking Ring by David Yurman, $3,700
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