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Styleguide- Bicolor Schmuck Mix of metals

Style guide - Bicolor jewelry mix of metals


Bicolor jewelry styling, i.e. mixing 2 different metal colors in your jewelry combinations, is one of our favorite timeless styling trends. Precisely because you can create new combinations by combining your existing pieces of jewelry or with just one new piece of jewelry, this is a great way to refresh your style sustainably and responsibly. In this journal we will show you a few beautiful options on how you can sustainably implement the bicolor jewelry style

The right balance

The right balance between silver and gold or rose gold is crucial to achieving a beautiful bicolor jewelry look. We recommend that you start with your preferred metal color. The best way to find this is to match your skin tone; gold usually suits a warm skin tone better and silver usually suits a cooler skin tone. You can then add a few jewelry accents in the other metal tone to create an exciting overall look.

Subtle bicolor jewelry looks

Bicolor can be worn boldly or subtly and timelessly. For an elegant, subtle look, start with fine bracelets, necklaces or rings and combine the metal color that matches your skin tone with a few accents in a different metal tone. The most important thing is that you try it out and find the mix that suits you best and that you feel most comfortable with. If you are still at the beginning of trying out the bicolor look, we recommend ours Milkyway Bracelet and our Milkyway chain each in silver with a gold clasp.

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Bicolor ring stacking

Bicolor jewelry styling has so many beautiful possibilities. For example, you can combine many fine rings in different metal colors or style two to three striking statement rings with a ring in a different metal color. You can also find more inspiration in our Style Guide Journal Ring Stacking

Bicolor chain layering

A very nice, casual and elegant option for the bicolor jewelry look is chain layering, especially if you tend to buy similar pieces of jewelry over and over again because you know that they look good on you. Mixing them with a chain in a different metal color can create a very exciting combination. We also have an exciting styling journal for you with lots of tips on the subject. Chain layering.

We hope you enjoy being expressive and creative with the bicolor jewelry trend.

Frequently asked questions about the Bicolor Style Guide

What is bicolor jewelry?

Bicolor means two-tone, jewelry can be jewelry made from 2 metal colors or a combination of jewelry in 2 metal colors.

What exactly does bicolor mean in jewelry?

Bicolor stands for two jewelry options. On the one hand, it can mean combining two metal colors together, such as wearing a silver ring with a gold ring. On the other hand, bicolor jewelry can also be a piece of jewelry made from two metal colors, such as a ring made of platinum and yellow gold.

What color is bicolor?

Bicolor means two-tone and can therefore mean the combination of any color with another color.

Is the bicolor trend still current?

Bicolor is a timeless trend that always comes and goes, but it has become very present in recent years, especially because fashion and the styling of accessories are becoming more and more diverse. The advantage is that with bicolor jewelry styling you can create very individual and exciting looks that can be reinterpreted again and again and styled to match current fashion.

Written By Helge Maren

Helge Maren, the designer behind Maren Jewellery, combines her deep passion for jewelery with impressive expertise. Her texts reflect her dedication to the timeless, luxurious jewelry aesthetic and a forward-looking sustainable lifestyle that characterize Maren Jewelry.

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