HOW TO PAIR YOUR GORO'S PIECES
1: Two Gold and Silver Feather Pendants
For a neutral and monochromatic palette, you ideally want to contrast with a bold and vibrant color, like gold. To complement the Goro's iconic feather with gold tip pendant, you can pair it with a gold top feather pendant. This creates a good balance between the silver and the gold.
With an all black fit, this Goro's pairing set is understated yet undeniably a statement of both style and rarity.
2: Pairing Goro's Feathers with Rings and Bracelets
When wearing an all-black palette, cooler tone shades tend to match gracefully. Here we paired the red bead set with multiple silver and gold feather pendants, to complement the outfit. Seeing as the feathers are mostly silver with a touch of gold, pairing a bracelet in the same color is the way to go. The eagle emblem on the bracelet also thematically complements the feathers.
Since the look is already quite saturated, we suggest keeping the hand jewelry minimal, which is why we added only the feather and the flattened ring. These three hand accessories paired together round off the look, oozing edginess and elegance simultaneously.
3: Turquoise Feather and Heart Wheel Feather
These two feathers - the turquoise feather and the heart wheel feather - are different in shape and size, yet they complement each other perfectly. The contrast between the sharpness of the heart wheel feather pendant and the presence of the turquoise certainly elevate any fit - be it casual or formal.
You can also add an additional metal pendant to give the look even more diversity with the roundness of the metal pendant to contrast the other two shapes. This creates a more holistic and balanced look that many prefer. Feel free to pair this set with some gold tones to create a sharper look and feel.
4: Gold Eagle and Feather Pendants
We round off the list with a statement pairing: the golden eagle and three silver and gold feather pendants. This setup gives off such a powerful presence that it is sure to attract the attention of anyone around. This combo goes perfectly with formal wear, but also with casual fits as well.
When mixing and matching silver and gold, make sure to stick to two shades – one tone of gold and silver.