Aakriti Tapuriah and Rashi Sanghvi, Co-founders at STAC Fine Jewellery, shares a handy guide on how to ace the necklace layering trend like a fashionista.
Fashion is what you buy, style is what you do with it. This core tenet lies at the crux of every sartorialist’s wardrobe. If you’re looking to express your personality through your accessories, the layering trend offers you the chance to get creative with your pairings.
Not sure how to begin? We present you this handy guide from STAC Fine Jewellery to get you off the starting mark:
Choose Your Lengths
The recipe for a good stac starts with an assortment of lengths — you’ll want to vary yours between 14 – 33 inches, as a rule of thumb. A longer piece, like the Pearl Circle Lariat Necklace, will help cinch the mix together.
Play With Motifs
Forget what your grandma told you about coordinating everything. Leave the rulebook on the dresser and mix, don’t match, your options. We love pairing the personalised Name Necklace with a hint of colour from the Upside Down Emerald Necklace for elevating a basic ensemble.
Speaking of which, coloured accents will serve as your winning ticket for nailing the waist-up dressing trend on Zoom. From the pearlescent sheen of the Evil Eye Necklaces to the Everyday Emeralds collection, your choices are plenty.
Rooted in the belief that luxury can be sought in simplicity, Co-founders – Aakriti Tapuriah and Rashi Sanghvi’s creative vision took form in the April of 2018 with a nuanced roster of designs supplemented with meticulous craftsmanship. STAC was born out of the desire to redefine fine jewellery by juxtaposing the classic with the contemporary.
Pursuing the manifesto that jewellery should complement your style, and not define it, the label offers finely crafted pieces in 18-karat gold with variations available in yellow, white and rose gold. The brand has also recently introduced 14-karat gold as a variant for rings and earrings. By introducing everyday luxury to the world of fine jewellery, the co-founders carry forth their mission of ensuring that you don’t need an occasion to indulge in fine jewellery.