Chains and pendants are suitable jewelry items to round off your outfit. They support your expression and sense of style, whether a formal meeting or an unofficial party. Additionally, because a necklace or chain is typically symbolic and meaningful, most people may easily relate to them. Having a chain in your jewelry collection makes your styling task simple.
Rope chains go out of trend when styling your outfit. Wear a thin rope chain with your formal attire for elegance and a thicker chain for a party, and you are good to go. You can pick one accessory on a day when you are confused about what jewelry accessory to pick. When you pick a gold rope chain, the next thing about styling is how you pair it with various accessories to make the style stand out. Though rope chain is a unique kind that can go into your styling technique as a single piece, chances are that you will have to be picky when making the style grander. Though rope chains are generally considered to be used as a single piece, pairing them with the right pendant can give you the look you expect.
But there are a few things you should consider when picking a pendant for your rope chain, such as the length of the chain and the size of the pendant which should be proportionate. In this blog post, we will talk about how you can style your rope chain with different pendants and the options available.
Choosing the Metal
We generally tend to match our metals; we wear yellow gold pendants with yellow gold chains, white gold pendants with white gold chains, and so on. This classic match ensures that your overall style is refined and sophisticated. But there is no rule to say you have to match your metals; in fact, combining different metals has become quite popular. You can wear a white gold pendant with a yellow gold chain which will definitely be the star-piece of your outfit. Or you can choose two-tone pendants like our Diamond Cut Last Supper Charm Pendant featuring yellow and white gold, perfect for either a yellow gold or white gold rope chain.
Picking the Right Length
The ideal necklace length is mostly a matter of taste and fashion. The length of the chain, however, may vary depending on the size of the charm or pendant. We advise using a chain at least 18" long when wearing a larger pendant. By doing this, you can lower your enormous pendant to be more visible to onlookers rather than too close to your neckline.
Also, remember that the pendant should match the chain in terms of style. For instance, choosing a delicate chain will enable a pendant that is striking and detailed to shine out without being overpowering. A bright and bold chain brings a lively touch to a more understated pendant. One suggestion is to use a chain 20" or shorter when wearing a smaller charm or pendant. By doing this, the chain avoids taking center stage and lets the charm or pendant steal the show.
Layering will help you freshen your style if you have chains and stranded pendants that you typically wear one at a time. Why wear one when you can wear several, after all? While it seems effortless and straightforward, some consideration goes into which chains go with which others.
The shortest necklace you own should serve as the base. Choose the length that flatters you the most because this is where you want to start layering. You can start layering once you have the basics. Here are some important pointers to remember:
- More is less: Usually, the sweet spot is between 2 and 3 necklaces. More clothing can start to seem untidy. Avoid getting entangled in necklaces all day!
- The order of the pieces is important, so if you are doubling, place the larger pendant at the bottom. If you're wearing three necklaces, make the center one basic.
- A pendant with a colorful stone will stand out if you want to add some color. If the colored piece is smaller, keep it on the shortest chain; if it is larger, keep it on the longest chain.
- Depending on the situation, layer: Layers for a formal appearance should be delicate, while bold and layered pieces can improve your clothing for a casual afternoon look!
Thicker rope chain necklaces offer a substantial appearance and look fantastic on their own without a pendant, in contrast to delicate rope chain necklaces, which look gorgeous with pendants and are a safe option. Those with lovely pendants on thin necklaces appear charming and are available for purchase.
Pick Out the Right Pendant for Your Rope Chain From Bayam
A diverse pendant collection can help you mix and match your rope chain with different options and help you conclude through comparisons. Try pairing your white gold rope chain with an elegant piece of 2" framed hamsa Diamond pendant 4.49CT real 14K white gold instead of a simple all-gold pendant to make your accessories stand out. Choose the Leaf design picture frame CZ memory medallion pendant if you want a unique gold jewelry piece. Men who believe in the faith of Christianity can pair their gold rope chain with a 2 1/4" diamond cut Jesus cross crucifix pendant & chain necklace set made of real 14K yellow, white gold.
Bayam Jewelry has an extensive collection of pendants and rope chains with specific options for those with particular preferences for size, design, and weight.
Choose the right pendant of your choice by exploring the unique gold pendant collection of Bayam!