At ALEX AND ANI, to say we love mixing metals is an understatement! Stacked high or low, a combination of silver and gold jewelry catches the eye and speaks to not only your style, but your personal beliefs.

Not sure where to begin? Check out our top three tips for mixing metals with meaning.


1. Channel Celestial Energy – Did you know gold and silver are said to be connected on a cosmic level? Gold is linked to the sun and inspires prosperity, growth, and warmth. Silver is grouped with the moon and promotes protection, peace, and cooling vibes. Based on what you’re searching for, mix and match preferred finishes for an expressive and stylish look.


2. Make a Symbolic Statement – Symbols have been a form of storytelling for thousands of years, so why not share yours in a special way? Our American925 collection features 14kt gold plated sterling silver or sterling silver pull chain bracelets and necklaces, necklace charms, expandable rings, and post earrings in many of our most popular symbols. From the classic PATH OF LIFE and Endless Knot to the new Moon and Arrow, the options are endless for creating a set that speaks to you in every way.

3. Get Charmed by Copper – Once you’ve decided on your metal mantra, add a powerful pop of color with copper. Rose hued metals are linked to love and connection, and our new LIBERTY COPPER collection, featuring original copper preserved from the Statue of Liberty, embodies these sentiments in every way.


Prefer something minimalistic? Several new pieces in our Kindred Cord collection are now available in precious metals including 14kt rose gold plated sterling silver. Mix a few of these into your stack, such as You Are My Sunshine and Heaven Sent, for a powerful expression of unity.

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Brendon Cunha
Written by Brendon Cunha
A guy with a passion for weaving words, I enjoy reading novels, sipping iced coffee, and indulging my Disney obsession. I am the Senior Editorial Copywriter who develops content for the blog and mobile app. My favorite quote is: “All of our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney