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5 Statement Necklaces Paired With the Perfect Top

Take your outfit to the next level with these beautiful baubles.

We’re huge fans of statement necklaces. They’re the easiest way to jazz up an old top and make it look new again. It’s fine to stick one over a plain white tee, but why not kick things up a notch this fall? From peplum and purple to spots and stones, here are five inspired pairings to get you started.

Polished classic with a twist. There’s something very Kate Spade-esque about textured gray and a bright bauble. BouclĂ© peplum top, $50 at Topshop, and Archipelago necklace, $165 at J.Crew.


Urban scenester meets Southwest artisan. Very floaty and free. Acne graphic-print shirt, $395 at My Theresa, and Kenneth Jay Lane pendant, $200 at Net-a-Porter.

Button the collar of your shirt all the way up, then let the metal necklace hang under as an accent. Sleeveless blouse, $49 at Dorothy Perkins, and multi-chain rounded-collar necklace, $20.44 at Asos.

Faux animal skins and deep green are two major trends for fall you can start wearing right now. Vince Camuto tie-waist blouse, $37.49 at Lord & Taylor, and Tinley Road collar necklace, $38 at Piperlime.

An easy, breezy combo for the weekend. DKNY silk top, $157.50 at the Outnet, and resin pendant, $98 at Kate Spade New York.

See Also: 
Our Favorite Summer Skirts—And The Sandals to Wear ‘Em With
15 Office-Appropriate Tank Tops

Comments
  • Katya

    Great pairings! :)

  • I'm totally gaga over the J.Crew Archipelago necklace w/ peplum. Great pair!

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