Last week, I got my Elena Bautista Bespoke Monogram Necklace (c/o Papa O) at Bonne Bouche, Greenbelt 5.
Isn’t it pretty?!?! Papa O thought na it’s better to have our initials instead of my initials lang. At bilang siya ang nagbayad, hindi na ako kokontra di ba?!
Selfie at the office… 🙂
Elena had a recent contest via Instagram.
Best photo went to….
Ang nice noh? Nakakainspire!
Here are some tips I’ve gathered on how to layer necklaces:
Layer necklaces too–
each one takes a supporting role and becomes less of the lead character.
You can choose from the various materials as silver, gold or plastic.
All can be very voguish with the right combination.
If you want to go with the same fabric then go for the different length principle.
One more thing, avoid pairing them with clothes that have additional embellishments.
Keep it neat. Space it out. Mix it Up. Plan by Weight.
Save money by layering your necklaces instead of buying new jewelry.
Mixing and matching necklaces will make it seem like you bought a totally new piece.
Go bold with two large pendent necklaces or try a more delicate look with small chains and charms.
You can create a ton of different necklace combinations using what’s already in your jewelry box.
If you’re not ready to invest in a chunky neck-piece, work with what you’ve got and layer necklaces to make them stand out a bit more loudly.
An effort-free way to try before you want to buy a statement necklace!
And so, I tried layering my necklaces. Andami ko palang statement necklaces and it’s hard to layer with those kinds of necklaces. I wore this to an event last Saturday…
Long necklace by Accessorize (gift from Mother-in-law), crystal necklace from For Me (gift from Boss) and my Bespoke Monogram Necklace (from Elena Bautista)
I like it because it’s clean and simple. But, I want to try other combinations. Ang challenge is not to buy but to create a combination using your present accessories. 🙂
Teka, maghahalungkat muna ako!
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