Statement Necklaces

One my favorite looks is a simpler outfit with a dynamic statement necklace – a look I’ve been sporting a lot lately! And by statement necklace, I mean a larger, eye-catching piece. These often colorful necklaces are usually best with an understated outfit so as not to look over-accessorized or overly matchy patchy. Here are a few of my favorites from my personal collection:
from J. Crew
What I love about this necklace is you can just as easily wear it with a LBD to dress it up for a wedding or dressy occasion as you can wear it with a white shirt with jeans to jazz up your casual Friday work ensemble. 

from Anthropologie
I can’t say enough about this necklace, I just LOVE it! I often wear it with a yellow cardigan or with a gray top and yellow pants because I love to highlight that great yellow flower. 

from Banana Republic
The beads on this necklace are giant and fantastic and the color is so unique. I wear the center gold and green bead off-center. 

I’ve had this necklace so long I don’t remember where I got it!
This necklace defines “statement necklace.” It looks like multiple necklaces but it is just one, large (and heavy!) piece. I wear this one a lot, often with a color blocked outfit to pull together a couple of the colors from the necklace.


2nd Hand Store
This is my latest addition that I got a few weeks ago at a second hand store. The slight glitter to the beads is great and this necklace works really well with navy blue.Summer is a great time to for statement necklaces when you wear your favorite summer dresses, tees and tanks. Statement necklaces are for sale EVERYWHERE lately at all varying price points. Have fun!

3 thoughts on “Statement Necklaces

  1. LOVE this post! I love that yellow flower one the best but they are all gorgeous! I definitely like the idea of simple colors (black, white, gray) with a pop of style/color from a necklace, purse or other accessory!


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