The warm days are drifting away and the air has turned crisp and cool. Before you know it, we’ll be unpacking our winter wardrobes and filling our closets with jackets, scarves, and boots. As the temperature continues to drop, we’ll begin dressing in layers of clothing, and our jewelry looks should follow suit.
The best way to layer your jewelry is to start with a simple and classic base. Sweaters offer the perfect canvas for a sophisticated and chic look created by long layered necklaces and chains. Start with a pendant necklace for just the right amount of drama. The 34 inch chain paired with a signature caviar beaded pendant creates just enough intrigue to catch the eye without overpowering the look, so you can feel confident to layer, mix, and match your favorite necklace styles. Try it over a crew neck or turtleneck for a quintessential autumn outfit.
For those looking to make more of a statement, the KSL Lariat necklace creates an edgy, non-traditional silhouette in 18K gold and sterling silver. Because of its two-tone nature, this style pairs easily with any other necklace in your jewelry box. Beyond its shape and color, the delicate pyramid details provide a subtle, yet impactful style upgrade to any ensemble.
As the days get shorter, we tend to drift into more muted and neutral tones in our wardrobes. These rich browns, charcoal grays, and dramatic blacks create the perfect background for highlighting brilliant gemstone jewelry. Lapis or turquoise beads take center stage in this 34 inch gemstone necklace, which can be worn long and drapey, or looped for a more customized look. These deep blues are complimented by sterling silver caviar beading and fluted accents for a foolproof pop of color.
No matter your approach to fall fashion, LAGOS has a variety of necklace options that are sure to please. Long necklaces are especially key for autumn as they layer over sweaters, under scarves, and tuck neatly into coats. Check out our long necklace collection to find your favorite styles and start layering your new seasonal stack.