Hey, hey, welcome to the first outfit post of 2017! For this look I combined my military jacket and the cowboy boots I got from Sacha a few weeks ago. Just add a white shirt tucked in black pants and you're ready to go. The result is a rather rock'n'roll so I decided to add some silver necklaces for a final touch.The necklace layering trend has been going on for several years and I still can't get enough of it. It just upgrades any outfit without much effort. Plus you finally get to wear all the necklaces you've been collecting over years and years. The necklaces I used here are a Carrie style name necklaces, a dark silver fly necklace and my new bar necklace from Namesforever.
It is a name necklace, too but much more decent than the one inspired by Sex And The City. The bar necklaces are available in large, medium and small, both in silver and gold. However as I wanted something decent and not a rapper necklace, I went for the smallest one in silver with my name on it. They are also available with a heart or stone detail, as well as in a rounded shape. I used the font 'Script' but you can also get your name (or any other word) in 'Typewriter'. To me these bar necklaces are a great alternative to name necklaces, which you don't see much these days. They're much more decent and still allow you to wear your name or the name of you loved ones close to your heart.
For the necklace layering trend I think it's most important to have 3 or more necklaces of a different length but in the same material (gold, silver, etc.). Of course you get a lot of 3-in-1 necklaces, but the look becomes more personal and edgy when you use your own necklaces that have a meaning to you. Even though you can wear this jewellery trend with pretty much any outfit, I prefer it with casual low-necked shirts. For a sexy look however, how about highlighting your décolleté in a V-neck dress with some long necklaces?
military blazer - 3 SUISSES, crochet top - GINA TRICOT, black jeans - H&M, cowboy boots - SACHA, bar name necklace - NAMESFOREVER, fly necklace - PIERRE LANG, belt - CARPISA
(Disclaimer: This post has been written in collaboration with Namesforever.)