Luxury fashion site Moda Operandi recently launched a limited edition collabo with LuLu DK featuring tattoo versions inspired by real pieces designed by Alison Lou, Daniela Villegas, Noor Fares, and Paula Mendoza. This collection is no longer available but don’t worry there’s more to come! LuLu DK founder of Lulu deKwiatkowski tells WWD, “We’re launching LuLu DK tattoos for Anthropologie and Bloomingdale’s. You can mix the tattoos with your own jewelry. It’s cool body art.”

The rules for combining 2D and 3D are no different than putting together all real pieces. Have fun and don’t be afraid to mix metals. Some of the more delicate tats work particularly well as a backdrop for a heavier statement piece.

Layered necklaces are always one of the most popular jewelry trends. Length is key here, you want to put on the longest strand first and add two or three more strands ending with the shortest on top. By mixing in a tattoo or two, you won’t have to deal with constantly untangling and organizing your look.