Layered Necklace Lineup

Layered necklaces are a huge trend right now and I have racked up a really large collection of them. There are definitely necklaces I tend to lean towards on a daily basis, but I mix them up a lot. My necklaces come from a wide variety of places. Some are custom, some are really old, some are brand new, some are handmade, and some are $6, so here is my layered necklace lineup!

1. Francescas

This is my go to place to get layered necklaces. The main reason is I get a discount for working there, but even without that, they have great selection for the price. Plus, if you get their emails, they are literally always having a sale on jewelry. They also have a great selection of statement pieces and simple necklaces and also necklaces with meaning that I love. They have all different lengths and most of them are adjustable so all the necklaces I have on in both of these pictures can go as long as the C necklace in the second photo. They also have lots of great silver options, I just literally never wear silver.

2. PSFortySix

This is a company I discovered from having my own Etsy shop. The shop owner, Kaci is so sweet and she makes personalized jewelry with loving meaning behind them. Her pieces are all simple and very very high quality. I recommend these as gifts or pieces that you will keep for a lifetime because they are a bit more pricey. She also runs a blog if you guys would want to check her out as well! The necklace I have on is the “leave the 99” necklace with a 15 inch chain length and I wear it everyday. My sister got it for me for Christmas and even if I wear a t-shirt I put this on everyday to keep close to my heart and it means the world to me.

3. Forever 21

Forever 21 is like the one stop shop for layer necklaces. I have about 5-6 necklaces are from here and I don’t lean towards them as often. They tend to be pieces I wear for nicer outfits or different looks I don’t wear too much. The necklaces are a great deal! You can get layered necklaces and just single necklaces in a range from $5-$20 depending on what you’re looking for and what you want to spend. The necklaces do tarnish quickly so they’re not meant for the wear and tear of everyday, but they’re great to give your necklace collection some diversity. You have to be careful when you’re buying these because both of these necklaces I have on are 1 necklace with 3 layers, but they also sell sets of 3 necklaces that are each a separate length. I like these to mix in with some of my other ones, but I recommend going into the store to buy them because the internet can be a bit of a hit or miss for these.

4. Compass Rose

This is an option for my hometown girls. Compass Rose is a little boutique in my hometown that sells really affordable, nice layering necklaces. They’re super affordable and nice quality. The owner keeps a great selection of pieces that are simple, but still are things you wouldn’t see in every shop so I always love to see her new pieces when I’m in town. She does have a website, but she does’t keep much jewelry on it so this is a little gem for all of my York, PA gals.

Although these are my main places I buy layering necklaces from, I also have some from places like PaperSource, LouLou, and a few I bought from markets or craft shows. I think layering necklaces are a great way to amp up your style and show who you are at the same time. Some of my necklaces mean so much to me, especially the handmade ones or the ones I found in special places (like on trips with John and my family). I hope this helps you take your necklace game to the next level and maybe add some new meaningful or fun pieces to your jewelry box.

As always you can shop all of these pieces by clicking on the images in this post!

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