Necklaces have been a very popular piece of jewelry especially gold ones and also plenty of them. Necklace layering is super popular no matter the season. It looks very chic with a turtleneck and like a day in Saint Tropez with a tan and a sundress. I am sharing 4 ways to layer your necklaces today. All of them are a little different but work great to mix and match.
4 Ways to layer your Necklaces
Layer Pre-Made Pieces – There are plenty of sets that are already pre-made so they fit together perfectly lengthwise and colorwise. Mine is from Pieces and was super affordable. H&M has great options as well as Zalando. Super pretty to pair with V-neck tops or high cut tops or dresses.
Layering Chunky Pieces – A great way to put some glam on your chunky sweaters and tone down formal blazer jackets.
Layering Chunky and Delicate Necklaces – Amazing way to wear all of your beloved necklaces at once. A delicate short necklace paired with a long chunky one definitely adds a lot of interest to your look.
Layering Delicate Necklaces – A short and a long necklace definitely are the best team to pair up with. A pair of two delicate necklaces work great with delicate tops, dresses and all the ocassions you want to wear jewelry that itsn´t standing out.
the new week is here and with the ongoing lockdown it will look like the weeks before. Staying home, killing time and hoping it will be normal again very soon.
Starting slow today with this casual look. If you are a long time reader you know I won´t trade leopard print for any other print in the world. That is doesn´t always have to be brown shows this adorable and comfortable cardigan. Olive green has been one of my favorite colors for a long time now and it pairs so well with a bunch of different colors. I personally like red and pink too as well as cognac brown.
I styled this outfit very casual cause it was a Sunday and I was very lazy to be honest. So denim and turtleneck shirt it was plus the leopard print cardigan and the hat to add some print and edge. And how cute is the little crossbody bag. It is from Katie Loxton, one of my favorite handbag brand for cute and affordable handbags.
Going to shoot another great date night idea this week plus my thoughts on a bunch of red wines we tried the last few months so stay stuned if you are interested. Also Valentine´s Day content will be coming to the blog very soon.
it is a holiday today and it also snowed the whole day so we didn´t do much to be honest. My husband is home for the rest of January and I must say I really could get used of having him around all the time.
With the snow everywhere I am in a total mood of posting one snow and winter outfit after another but I still have some styled outfits I wanted to share with you as well.
My favorite style for the Winter definitely is a turtleneck but I recently discovered the square neck sweater too.
The square neck has been popular in the 1940´s and had its comback last year. The flattering shape of the square neck fits most body types which makes it a great piece for a wide range of different woman. Square necks actually appeared first on gown at the end of the 18th century so they have existed for a quite a long time and now made their way back into stores.
This outfit has been one of my Christmas styles but still looks super cute if you are wearing it now. The skirt is cozy and warm but still looks a little dressier cause of the pencil style cut.
I do have a bunch of stlyed outfits for this and next week and they all somehow contain red or pink so not so much surprise on the color front here as on the difference of the styles.
if you are a long time follower you know that I love me a great pair of heels. Pointed toes, cute color or pattern, stiletto heel but to be honest they aren´t the most practical for Winter. I have seen the combat boot trend rise and to be honest I never thought myself of getting a pair of these but…
There are plenty of styles out there and also lots which are not as harsh as others. I definitely wanted a heel to come with it and also some kind of embellishment or pattern. The croc pattern and the subtle shine make them perfect.
I paired them with a simple pair of dark denim and an oversized cardigan. I have been wearing them for the last couple of weeks as sweaters which is a nice change. Plaid is my favorite winter pattern so I try to incorporate as much as possible of it into my daily looks.
Have you checked out the combat boot trend? Mine were about 40 Euro but I have seen them go for 2000 Euro and over if you want to have a designer brand piece.
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