statement necklaces are making a comeback

So many women are afraid of the statement necklace because they don’t think they can pull it off. When it comes to jewelry, I say the more, the better! The statement necklace, weather it’s bibs, pearls, lots of colorful beads, or big stones, has really started making a comeback. Katie Couric recently did a segment on this popular style trend, and several Stella & Dot necklaces were featured, including the Marrakesh Bib, seen below.

My favorite thing about the bold look of the statement necklace is that it really is so versatile. It’s not just for the little black dress anymore! Pair something like the Serenity Necklace with a flowy sundress or a pretty pastel tank for a great summer look.

For those who tend to stick with silver, the Medina Bib is a fantastic option. Pair with navy and white stripes for a nautical look!

One of our newest summer pieces, the Palamino, is named after Stella & Dot Senior Director Christy Goodman’s grandmother and her two sisters. Christy wanted to honor the women in her family who have influenced her with their strength and courage. And how cool is it that such a gorgeous piece of jewelry is named after them?

And my all-time favorite…. the Pegasus. This metal bib creates the look of feathers in a really unexpected way. It’s so lightweight and looks just as great with a white tank and jeans as it does with a cocktail dress. It’s sort of Grecian and warrior-like, and is such a show-stopper!

The statement necklace is something that every woman could stand to have in her jewelry wardrobe – check out how some of these celebs wore Stella & Dot recently!

Kourtney Kardashian in the Pegasus (Kim has worn it as well)::

Katherine Heigl in the Bahari::

Elizabeth Banks in the Medina::

What’s your favorite way to wear this bold style statement?

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