If you’re in the market for some new jewelry, then I highly suggest you invest in some dependable necklaces. Growing up, I wasn’t much of a necklace person. I used to be strictly earrings and rings, but, as of late, I’ve been able to appreciate the worth of a necklace. For one, it’s a simple and easy way to spruce up your outfit. They’re perfect for high and scoop necklines. You can take a solid outfit and add some extra oomph to it by wearing a chunky necklace or a few simple chains. They even work well with casual tee shirts, helping to make them look more fashion forward. I, personally, have fallen in love with gold chunky necklaces and collar colored ones. In my opinion, they make the biggest statement, but sometimes you need a little silver chain for your look. However, if you don’t know where to start, there are three types of necklaces I think every girl should have.
First, you need a gold necklace and a silver one. They are your neutral metals and, depending on the rest of your outfit, either one will usually work. I may favor gold, but I do have some silver pieces that have saved my outfits in the past. I would recommend at least one of these to be chunky for a statement piece. Second, get yourself the color neutrals, which means black, white, or grey. These will be essential to tying together an outfit when metallics won’t do. Since at this point you’re already building your collection, mix and match lengths and thickness to add some variety to your necklace picks. I tend to go for black or white, but grey works, too. Lastly, dare to be bold with colors. When you’re wearing a mainly monochromatic outfit, a pop of color from your necklace can take your whole look to the next level. I have a bunch of different colors in my necklace stash from orange and mint green to most recently cobalt blue and emerald green and I’m still looking for more. I really can’t specify which colors you should invest in because it all depends on your personal tastes. However, I will say look at the colors in your wardrobe and try out those shades along with their complimentary colors. For example, my orange necklace goes well with a denim blue shirt that I have.
Hope you all enjoy rocking the necklace as much as I do. Don’t forget to get creative and wear it only if you like it. Fashion is supposed to be fun and a form of expression, so scream loud and proud with your fashion!