How to Stack Your Way

We are obsessed with the layered necklace trend here at Martha Jackson. More is definitely more when it comes to the neck-stack. The devil is in the details though – you want impact, you also want to keep it classy. And we’ve got you covered with pieces that you’ll want to RSVP to your neck party.

You’re invited to the stylish neck party.

3 Ways to stack like a pro

1. Make it Personal: Add a keepsake piece such as an engravable locket with add-ons for a truly personalised stack. Our round filigree locket keeps this look classy with it’s vintage vibes.

A truly personal layered necklace look.

 2. Pick A Theme: For curated neck perfection, it’s great to design the layers around a theme. This celestial neck party features star pendants in different sizes and with different textures. The result is a playful yet consistent look. We are star-struck by the celestial theme below that features our sterling silver star necklaces.

An out-of-this world neck-stack.

 3. Tell your story: Souvenir style pendants that tell a story about where you’ve been or personal taste give the layered look authenticity. This coin necklace has a real heirloom feel.

Souvenir style and heirloom pendants give an authentic aesthetic.

The real key to layering is to do it your way, play around or even cheat a little. We are totally here for mixing metals with this look. Repeat after us: more is more.


How to mix gold & Silver Jewellery

Be a clash queen: silver and gold always deliver.

Can you mix gold and silver jewellery? You can do whatever you damn-well want.

It wasn’t so many years ago that fashion goals were all about matching: shoes, handbags, nails, phones, to lipsticks… and so on.

But the times, they have a-changed. And now variety, asymmetry and inconsistency are celebrated in fashion. We are so on board.

Layering and stacking is where it’s at RN and mixing metals is key to adding playful texture to your stack.

Can I mix it? Yes you can!


One of our favourite examples of boycotting the ‘old rules’ of style, is the mixed metals trend. And as Vogue is celebrating new beginnings this Autumn, it’s the perfect time to experiment with our looks.  No longer do we have to wave a ‘team gold’ or ‘camp silver’ flag – we can wear it all. It’s 2021, and you can style jewellery any way you want.


1. Start with a ready-mixed piece

Then just add another accessory of your choosing to tie it all together.

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2. The bracelet and watch combo

Not only is this the easiest way to transition to mixed metal – slinging a delicate silver bangle next to a chunky gold watch is seriously on-point.

3. Stack it high or go home

When in doubt, add more is the key here. And this applies to wrists, necks and ears. The beauty of this look is that you may have a vintage souvenir piece that can be transformed into a high fashun look when paired with other chains. If you want stacking inspo, check out our Stack Your Way guide.

4. Wear it like you mean it

The bolder, the better – make it look intentional.

Clash-ready mixed metal Jewellery: