How to Mix and Match Semi Jewelry- Part 2

The ability to combine different types of jewelry increases the versatility, the lifetime of a collection and makes it possible to create numerous combinations that match your personal taste and style. Today we will continue with the second part of the tips to make these combinations without fear. Let’s dare ???

Earrings- Various holes

When the ear has several holes the earrings should go down in size, moving away from the earlobe. Preferably do not use more than two different styles and make sure that the styles chosen are complementary. For example, choose pearl earrings or light point earrings of various sizes, or various shapes with the same foliation with the same theme.


Different sizes can create a compelling contrast. A necklace with large stones is offset by those with small details.

2nd – Length
Create elegant lines around the neck and trunk, varying the lengths of the necklaces. A choker or a short pearl necklace works well with one or two necklaces that end just above or below the bust line and one or two longer pieces that end a few inches above the navel line.

Material and Texture

Most of the time people prefer a unique tone of foliation, however, mixed metals may follow a logical pattern and be elegant exceptions.
For bracelets, switching in mini groups of 2 or 3 pieces of each tone is very effective for creating uniformity.

Already for earrings, alternating shapes works well. There are several types of Ear Cuff that gives this versatility or even conventional earrings with different sizes but always in the same style.

Natural and industrial styles can coexist peacefully in fashion.
Necklaces and bracelets offer the ideal opportunity to blend wood, leather and metal materials, thus composing the shiny or brushed texture of the metal with the rich variety of other natural materials. Remember, if the basic color scheme is preserved, metals, wood, stones and other styles can be easily blended and combined.


Color is the element that keeps the mix of parts working together.
Warm colors include red, yellow, orange and derivative tones with a high concentration of these colors, such as magenta and lime green. Fresh colors include blue, green, violet and other similar derivative colors such as turquoise and indigo. Each primary color has a direct complement and complementary tones that naturally balance with it. For example, red and turquoise are often combined in fashion editorials because the latter color is derived from a natural complement of red – blue – green. Concentrate on bonding strong colors with supple complementary colors, such as gold bracelets, perhaps pearls and violet stones. White, black, and silver form a neutral arrangement and making them extremely versatile pieces.

Supplementary Supplementary Primary
Red Green Blue-Green to Yellow-Green
Yellow Violet Blue-Violet and Red-Violet
Blue Orange Yellow-Orange and Red-Orange


Accessories are a good way to have a stylish look for work, special occasions and casual outings. Mixing and matching semi jewelry creates a greater variety of day-to-day options and retrieves those accessories that seemed lost. With small modifications and balance of color, material, style and size, the accessories can create distinct arrangements that complement your body type, skin tone, and personality.

Take advantage of these tips and find out …

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