How to wear mixed metal jewellery

Mixed metal mode

Rules, they're meant to be broken, right? We're not about staying in lanes. Make your move and mix your jewellery metals - you've got nothing to lose and so much to gain. Big shine equals big energy with a mix of silver, gold and rose gold tones.


Multi-metal and multi-faceted

We love out-of-the-box thinking when it comes to mixing jewellery. Geometric shapes always work together with pared-down basics but also add that something extra when you're feeling experimental. It's a win-win kind of situation.

File under: mixed metal necklaces

Good things come in threes. So do layers. Try starting with the longest (or shortest), add a couple more mixed metal necklaces in different lengths and see where it takes you.


Next level stacks level stacksts, please

Love bracelet stacks? It's hard not to. Set the bar high by mixing bangles in silver, gold and rose gold tones. The time is now. The time is right. Think about styling alternate geometric shapes for a whole different take.

On repeat

It's a multiple mixed metal ring kind of thing. We love doubling or tripling the same piece in different tones, especially if they're stacked up or across fingers.