Mixed Metals: Our Favorite Two-Tone Jewelry Picks

Rules are meant to be broken, right? We think so, because gold and silver jewelry look great together. Throw in a dash of rose and you’ve got a triple threat. So forget everything that you’ve heard about keeping things in one color family, there’s no better way to add a major dose of glam to your look than to mash up different tones of metal. So forget mono-metal looks and mix away to your heart’s content.

[show_ms_widget id=”173024″ image_id=”245888″ width=”539″ height=”394″]Clockwise from upper left: House of Harlow 1960 Engraved Frontal Necklace ($88), Miansai Hook and Curb Link Chain Bracelet ($120), MICHAEL Michael Kors Statement Brilliance Whisper Hoop Earring ($75), Lauren Ralph Lauren Toggle Link Cable Bracelet ($30), Spring Street Safety Pin Crystal Necklace ($32), Alexis Bittar Elements Maldavian Bracelet ($275), MICHAEL Michael Kors Ritz Chronograph Tri-Color Bracelet Watch ($275), Giles & Brother Two-Tone Hexagon Bracelet Cuff ($85), Vince Camuto Mayan Metals Stud Earrings ($20)

Images courtesy Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and Barneys New York

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