Mixing metals can feel daunting if you're a one metal kind of person but it's a great way to build a look that's unique. This is a place where you can forget the rules and create your very own combinations of Yellow Gold, Rose Gold and Silver. Follow our top tips to help get you started!

1. It's all about balance

Choose a main metal, and accent with smaller pieces in other finishes ensuring a balance across your entire look. Aim to mix naturally - there's no need to follow a solid pattern. And if you're a beginner? Start with two finishes like Silver and Yellow Gold and go from there

2. Size (and shape) matter

The size and shape of your pieces will have an impact on your confidence to mix. Delicate pieces will be subtler to play with, so this is a good place to start. Or, to make a statement, mix two bold pieces in different finishes to make an impact.

3. Pick a palette

Before you start mixing, have a palette in mind - especially if you're weaving gemstones in. When mixing metals, it's an idea to stick to one gemstone colour to pull the look together. Or choose a neutral stone like one of our ethical diamond pieces to make you stand out with a sparkle. Top tip - diamonds work really well when mixing with Silver as they naturally pick up Silver accents.

4. Start small

Remember that you don't need to go all out right away. If you're an avid Rose Gold wearer, you could start by mixing a Silver ring into your ring stack or a subtle Yellow Gold pendant charm. Layer in some diamonds or gemstones to give it an eclectic feel so it doesn't feel out of place.

5. Be confident

Our jewellery is created to help you express yourself by stacking and styling in your very own, unique way. Don't be afraid to get playful and find a look that's all your own.

Our 18ct Yellow Gold and Rose Gold pieces are made with a technique called Vermeil on Sterling Silver, find out more about it here or shop mixed metals here.