How to Mix Metals

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Many of us own both gold and silver jewellery, but tend to wear one more than the other, but still want to wear all our pieces. So how can you mix your metal jewellery with style?

The key to mixing metals is to have one as dominant at around 75% and the other subordinate at around 25%.

linking gold and silver

 

The other way to make it look really natural is to wear a linking piece – that is a piece that is made with multiple colours of metal so all your other jewellery works together.  Use the 75/25% ratio too still as we find uneven proportions more attractive and flattering.

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2 Comments

  • We nearly always add a gold accent to our sterling silver jewellery – it adds a taste of luxury to the pieces and appeals to both gold and silver jewellery wearers.

  • Is this only for those with a neutral to slightly warm/cool coloring or also those with a very warm/cool coloring?

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