Mixed Metals

Mixed Metals

Mixed Metals

Wearing white before Memorial Day. Black shoes with a brown belt. Matching your handbag with your heels. Mixing metals with your jewelery. These are all examples of things that long ago were not fashionably acceptable. With trends coming and going so quickly, it's nice to know when a style is going to stick around for awhile. We love the idea of mixing white, yellow, and rose metals together.

Diamond bangle braceletsDiamond bangle bracelets

When mixing your metals it's important to make sure the theme of your pieces stays consistent. These diamond bangles compliment each other because they all have pave set stones. *Be extra bold and wear pieces in all three colors!

                                           Two-tone mixed pendants

Step up your necklace game by layering two different styles. This look is even more elevated by mixing white gold and yellow gold. A good rule for layering is to keep your shorter piece on the delicate side. Also, wear it an inch or more higher than the bottom necklace.

white, rose, and yellow stackable ringsmixed metals in engagement rings

We absolutelty love the idea of mixing metals in engagement rings and wedding bands. This two-tone look is on a whole new level. We suggest playing around with stackable bands to compliment your engagement ring. We mixed white and yellow gold Henri Daussi pieces to give this wedding set a special and unique feel.

Don't over think it! Always take your personal style into consideration, but branch out and try some of these two-tone or tri-tone looks today!