A Masterclass in Mixing Metals
First things first: It’s silver and gold—not or.
You could say white metals are white-hot right now (sorry, we had to), but what if you have a jewelry box full of gold? Not to worry, you don’t have to part ways with your signature stack. Simply introduce a few silver and white gold pieces and you’ll be a two-tone expert in no time. Timeless and a little edgy, cool-toned metals will help refresh your everyday look and make your tried and true yellow gold that much more of-the-moment. Here's how to pull it off.
1. MAKE IT MATCH
Chances are, many of your most-loved yellow gold styles come in white gold or sterling silver. Here's an idea: make it a set. To start, go for rings similar in shape or size to style both metals without being overpowering. Then, layer them side by side to ensure it looks intentional. For an easy match, try the Thin Dôme Ring in white and yellow gold.
2. SCALED UP STACKING
Sometimes more is more. The next time you’re looking to add volume to your stack, choose white metals to keep your look distinct and visually interesting. For a bold yet unexpected pairing, try wearing the Oversized Thin Hoops in white gold with the Thin Croissant Dôme Hoops in gold vermeil. Embrace maximalism with varied textures and stack from your boldest to daintiest styles—we’re taking notes from @keisha.rachele on this one.
3. TRANSITIONAL SPARKLERS
For an approachable, two-toned statement, our resident virtual stylist, Cady Palley-Samson, recommends prioritizing shine. “Pavé pieces are a great combination of that yellow gold and white gold aesthetic—you get the best of both worlds when combining the warmth of yellow gold with the cool, crisp look of diamonds,” says Cady. Try the Pavé Slim Signet or the Pavé Diamond Bold Hoops in white gold to complement your favorite yellow gold pieces.
As always, don’t overthink it. All of our styles work well together, so crafting the perfect stack ultimately comes down to one thing: wear whatever makes you feel good.