Layered necklaces, especially in gold, are SO on-trend this year. Chain link styles and pendant necklaces are really having a fashion moment. Initial necklaces are also popular. Since adding jewelry is the easiest way to accessorize your outfit, why not add some to your collection? Added bonus – necklaces don’t take up a lot of room in your closet and arrive at your doorstep in small packages! Layered gold necklaces also look fabulous paired with a white button down shirt, which I feature in my other article this week.

Do you want to try this trend, but not exactly sure how? Some brands sell sets which takes the guesswork out of layering and makes it easy for us BA50’s to get the look without a lot of effort. Prices are often lower than when the pieces are bought individually, too. Sound enticing? Below are some winning combinations guaranteed to elevate your look. When wearing layered necklaces, my suggestion is to keep the rest of your jewelry fairly simple. Small to midsized hoop earrings are my top pics.

Gorjana is one of my favorite jewelry brands and I may have a bit of an obsession based on how many pieces I own. All of their jewelry is plated in 18K gold, and they will re-plate any piece ANYTIME without charge upon request. Many of their necklaces have adjustable lengths which is so helpful when layering, and their prices are moderate. This layering set includes a tag necklace and one with a compass coin.

Sweet Lou Layering Set $110

This layering set includes a dainty chain and on-trend herringbone, which will match any outfit. The hinge closure on the shorter necklace can be worn either in the front or back to change up the look.

Venice Layering Set $108

The Parker Layering Set combines two of the most-loved pieces from their collection. They are perfect for stacking or wearing as separates. Gorjana also sells charms which you can add to the parker necklace.

Parker Layering Set $108




Here are a few of the different charms that you can add to your parker necklace. Wear them together or swap out the charm for a completely different look! Buy any three for $75.

Heart Padlock Parker Charm $30

Alphabet Parker Charm $30

Compass Parker Charm $30



I love the combination of the bold Ana Coin Lariat and the dainty Chloe Mini necklace, which I own and wear very often. This set is perfect to wear from day to night.

Make a Statement Layering Set $108


This layering set is from the influencer-loved London brand Missoma. Their pieces are crafted in substantial 18ct vermeil, which accounts for the higher price points. Most pieces have chain extensions which are ideal for layering. I asked for a few pieces as gifts this past year and they have become some of my favorite jewelry. This gold leaf choker is the perfect first base to your layering set and the gold molten necklace features a simple curved ring pendant.

Missoma Gold Liquid Duo Necklace Set $265

The Gold Aegis Moon Necklace set by Missoma is the perfect balance of bold and dainty. It includes the bestselling aegis chain and rainbow moonstone charm necklace which are a perfect duo.

Missoma Gold Aegis Moon Necklace Set $256

The coin layered necklace by Madewell has a duo of pendants inspired by vintage coin necklaces. It is made of gold tone plate and the $48 price tag is very budget friendly.

Madewell Coin Necklace Set $48

This multi strand gold necklace is from the well known brand Kendra Scott and is made of 14K gold plated over brass. It features her classic Kendra style in iridescent drusy which is available in many stone choices.

Elisa Gold Multi Necklace $68

Also by Kendra Scott, this triple strand necklace combines three chains with unique personalities to create your newest layered look. The longest chain features ivory mother-of-pearl, and other stone choices are also available.

Elisa Triple Strand Necklace $78

Finish your look with a pair of hoops. Here are a few great choices that will go with but not overpower your layering necklaces.

Parker Huggies $50

Jax Huggies $50

Lou Link Huggies $60

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