It seems like the global fashion set have a well-kept secret when it comes to layering necklaces, managing to throw together a mix of gold chains, dainty chokers and retro pendants with sartorial ease. But, if you've ever actually tried to nail the look yourself, it's not as easy as it would appear.
Finding the perfect combination has become an art that our favourite It girls and style stars have quickly mastered, and we've set out to find out how.
Chi Mai, director of S-kin Studio, has given InStyle her expert advice on building the perfect necklace stack. Her golden rule is to always pair different lengths, starting with a feature piece and building around it, or starting with the shortest and adding piece-by-piece from there.
"Having a two-inch difference between the length of each layer is key so each piece can work as a collective," she says. "While still giving space for the feature pieces to stand on their own. Two-piece stacks are the simplest to begin with, with mid-length combinations working well with a low neckline or hanging over a tee."