Discover More Ways to Wear Your Jewelry: 7 Ways to Wear 1 Necklace

Don’t you just love it when you find that perfect necklace!?

I get so excited when I find a piece of jewelry that I can wear a bunch of different ways and get a ton of use out of!

I’m always looking for jewelry pieces that can be worn different ways to get the most out of my purchase.

I’m always switching up my style, so I want jewelry pieces that can be switched up too!

So when I found this versatile chain, I just had to have it!

I started wearing this necklace a bunch of different ways and was getting so many questions about it that I decided to share with your guys all the ways to wear one necklace.

There are so many more ways than just 7 to wear one necklace but these have been my go-to ways that I have been wearing on repeat so I figured I would share them with you!

Check out all the amazing styles below.

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DIY Scarf: How to make an infinity scarf from scratch

I learned to knit when I was in fifth grade and ever since then I have loved making random things like bags, scarfs, and (attempting) sweaters lol. So, one day I was on Pinterest looking for knitting patterns for infinity scarfs and I came across a video for crocheting, which looked WAY easier than knitting. I of course immediately started looking up YouTube videos to see if it was going to be something I could even teach myself to do and sure enough it was surprisingly easy!

That day I went to Michael’s craft store and I got a crochet needle set and some yard and I started following a YouTube video on how to make a baby blanket. It was tricky at first to understand all the terms and to figure out what I was doing but literally after like 2 rows muscle memory takes over and you coast from there. I wish I could remember the actually video I used but I can’t. Although, if you just type in the YouTube search “crochet for beginners” or “Learn how to crochet” a bunch of videos pop up that are super helpful and go step by step. I think this is the best way to learn because you can pause the video and rewind a bunch until you get it. I did this twice, both times making a blanket because it was a simple square pattern.

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