How To Layer Up Your Chains For A/W

It's one of the biggest jewellery trends right now, necklace layering. Here is a step by step to share our favourite layered looks for the new season.

How To Layer Up Your Chains For A/W - Orelia London

It's one of the biggest jewellery trends right now, necklace layering. Here is a step by step to share our favourite layered looks for the new season.

Here's how to get started...

Chain 1: A collar length necklace is the best place to start, usually 15” or 16” this is a flattering length sitting at the base of your neck and the perfect place to begin your layering.

Chain 2: Here is where you can mix it up to personalise your look, this is the main event. Add a pendant, mix up the metals or keep it simple with another chain in matching gold or silver.

Chain 3: Add a longer chain here. Choose from midi length, a lariat or a longer chain necklace to extend the look.

You can keep going and adding more, to create the look you’re going for whether its fine or chunky, lots of lengths or super simple!

Don't know where to start? Here are some of our favourite layering looks for the new season.

To achieve this golden pearl look:

  1. Add your collar length necklace, we love our we love our Snake Chain Necklace for this.
  2. Our Embellished Coin Pearl Satellite Chain Necklace comes next which is your main focus.
  3. Finish off the look with our classic Twisted Rope Necklace Chain.

    Here’s how we stack up our silver charms:

    1. Grab your Vintage Link T-Bar Drop Necklace to start off your look.
    2. Next, we choose our Long Link Linear Chain Necklace to add a chunky contrast between our two chains.
    3. Finally, we like to add our Vintage Clean Coin Spinner Necklace to add some length to the look.

      Add a Semi-Precious aspect to your neckwear looks:

      1. Start with your short and simple piece, you can even add a charm. We love our Mini Metal Padlock Necklace
      2. Next, add your pop of colour. For this season, we adore our Tigers Eye Figaro Teardrop Chain Necklace.
      3. Finally, finish with your longest chain. We've kept it simple with this Large Link Chain Necklace.