Layering Necklaces 101

Layering Necklaces 101

We communicate with our clothing, and our accessories (the final brush stroke) speak volumes. What is our ultimate goal with layering necklaces? In one of our recent email blogs we talked about “game changers” in regard to necklaces, mixing textures and lengths. We used adjectives such as flirty, feminine, audacious, daring, and melodramatic.

In today’s segment I want to feature just debe dohrer design necklaces and the reason for that is, I designed ddd to have brevity. It’s my desire for ddd to make a statement in a brief but succinct way. Yes, I am still talking about jewelry. Lol! I want your ddd piece(s) to always be cohesive and say as little or as much as you desire.

When I am hired as a professional image consultant I arrive with a plethora of questions. What do want your appearance to say? In a crowd, do you want to be noticed? Do you want to stand out? Stick out?(I typically don’t get an affirmative answer to that one). But in the majority of cases, if I’m brought in as a consultant, there is some degree of desire to be noticed. And I believe we all want to turn a head or two every once in a while.

Clearly, the findings I use in my jewelry line are simple. They might be stones, or hammered discs, or circles with texture, or riddled with age, but it’s the simplicity that makes it interesting and inviting. It’s not complicated, but the one thing I have discovered is it certainly takes someone with confidence to understand and value its primitiveness. It’s raw with a whole lot of sensuality.

The final word – Thank You to all of you wonderful souls that find debe dohrer design intriguing and enticing. You rock my world!! I am honored to be worn by you and I am inspired every day to rock your world!!

All graphic t-shirts and jewelry featured in this blog is available on our website.

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