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Can you mix metals in your jewelry? The answer is yes! Here are a few simple tips to help you mix metals in your jewelry.

Trying to figure out how to mix metals?

Lately I’ve been super into mixing metals in my jewelry and I’ve been getting lots of questions about it lately. So let’s chat about how to mix metals, and also I’ll share links to the rings I wear.

Here’s why you can mix metals

Metallic is a neutral, so you can wear any color with it. And absolutely gold, silver, and rose gold can all be mixed together.

The key is to balance the three so the combinations make sense. If you have all gold and one random silver piece, it may not make sense, so do a little bit of silver and a little bit of gold.

I’ll show you some examples:

My everyday jewelry

I have two rings that I wear everyday — my wedding ring that is white gold (the color of silver), and my 5-year anniversary ring that is also white gold.

Since yellow gold very popular right now, I wear a lot of gold earrings and necklaces. So I thought it would be fun to wear gold rings as well sometimes!

I bought THIS RING SET and THIS RING SET from Madewell, plus this BAND RING, and they’re great options for stacking and mixing and matching.

I also have a fun V-shaped ring that I got years ago and can’t remember where it’s from, but I found a similar one HERE.

You can see how I’m wearing them with my white gold rings below!

Mixing metals in your jewelry is FUN! There’s no right or wrong way to do it – just give it a try.

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My Rings + How to Mix Metals

how to mix metals in jewelry

Can you mix metals in your jewelry? The answer is yes! Here are a few simple tips to help you mix metals in your jewelry.

 

Trying to figure out how to mix metals?

Lately I’ve been super into mixing metals in my jewelry and I’ve been getting lots of questions about it lately. So let’s chat about how to mix metals, and also I’ll share links to the rings I wear.

 

Here’s why you can mix metals

Metallic is a neutral, so you can wear any color with it. And absolutely gold, silver, and rose gold can all be mixed together.

The key is to balance the three so the combinations make sense. If you have all gold and one random silver piece, it may not make sense, so do a little bit of silver and a little bit of gold.

I’ll show you some examples:

My everyday jewelry

I have two rings that I wear everyday — my wedding ring that is white gold (the color of silver), and my 5-year anniversary ring that is also white gold.

Since yellow gold very popular right now, I wear a lot of gold earrings and necklaces. So I thought it would be fun to wear gold rings as well sometimes!

I bought THIS RING SET and THIS RING SET from Madewell, plus this BAND RING, and they’re great options for stacking and mixing and matching.

I also have a fun V-shaped ring that I got years ago and can’t remember where it’s from, but I found a similar one HERE.

You can see how I’m wearing them with my white gold rings below!

mixed metals gold and silver rings

Mixing metals in your jewelry is FUN! There’s no right or wrong way to do it – just give it a try.

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3 Comments

  1. Dawn Spangler says:

    Hi! I love the look with the necklaces, they match up so beautifully! Do you happen to hav a link to the necklaces ? Thank you in advance ­čÖé

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