Layering - One is no longer the magic number
I rarely wear one necklace, I usually opt for two of three of varying lengths and recently I've started to layer and stack everything. From rings to anklets everything is better layered. One is no longer the magic number.
One of the main reasons I love Annie Haak jewellery so much is that it was pretty much made for layering, coupled with the fact it's all made from silver or gold and is inspired by one of my favourite places on earth it makes it easy for me to call it one of my favourite jewellery brands. I am definitely in the mindset that less is not more, can't decide which necklace to wear? Want to wear all your bracelets at once? Do it! There is no reason to be afraid to wear more than one piece of jewellery at a time, even if you do have a statement necklace or bracelet, why not layer some dainty pieces with it? Choose one necklace to start with and layer from there, I opted for the rosary heart necklace to start and added the Boho necklace for some colour. I always like to wear varying lengths, esp with a plunging neckline so I added in the heart trio and the Triangle necklace from their Bliss collection.
Stacking bracelets has to be the easiest and most effective way to make an impact, Annie Haak have loads of stackable sets that can be chopped and changed with others, here I'm wearing some of their main range with their bliss collection mixed in. Don't be afraid of colour either, choose one base colour or metal and then go from there, I've used silver and added Japanese glass bracelets in turquoise to compliment the orange and purple in the Serasi necklace. I love that the jewellery is designed with matching items, all of my rings match my bracelets and necklaces, they are also stackable and come in a plethora of colours.
There's nothing left do go but stack em high girls! And just remember...sometimes less is not more.