Chloe Wise, 21
Toronto | Naughty Mess
I think the key to layering jewellery is to keep it varied. I think a wrist with a couple of silver bangles looks great, but an entire arm full of metal is a little overbearing. Unless you’re going formal, try mixing different types of bracelets for a more textured, less intense look. I like mixing metals—I think silver, gold and even rose gold look gorgeous together. I also love a good friendship bracelet, be it homemade or store bought. For some reason, I have an abundance of skulls gracing my wrist; maybe I’m drawn to unity, or maybe I’m just creepy. It’s important not to overdo jewellery on every front — if you’re going to go heavy on the bracelets and rings, maybe ditch the necklace. Similarly, if you’re going to layer chains and necklaces (also an awesome look), skip the earrings. And hey, guys, go vintage! Vintage jewellery is way cheaper and often sturdier than new stuff.
Chloe’s wearing: Top, vintage. Shorts, Zara. Shoes, Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony. Bag, Alexander Wang. Jewellery, varied.
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