Six Statement Necklaces To Spice Up Your Summer Wardrobe

July 29th, 2010

What’s the easiest way to give your wardrobe a pick-me-up?  Accessories, accessories, accessories.  And this summer, the statement necklace is here to inject some drama into the sea of neutrals that’s defining fashion this season.  How to wear the statement necklace?  Juxtaposed against basics - the blank canvas will allow these necklaces to shine.  Here’s six statement necklaces to spice up your summer neutrals:


1. Fenton/Fallon for J. Crew Carrington Chain and Needle Necklace | $195 at J Crew
The chain link detailing, combined with the spikes, make this necklace a fantastic counterpoint to a feminine frock.

2. Assorted Initial Pendant | $24 at Urban Outfitters
Personalize your necklace with your initials.

3. Two Strand Beaded Multiplier Necklace | $39.99 at Target
Add a bit of color to a neutral outfit with coral beads and gems.

4. Sequin Twisted Necklace | $118 at Nordstrom
Juxtaposed pearls and chains make for a smouldering textured necklace.

5. Chain and Crystal Twist Necklace | $98 at J Crew
Asymmetric intertwining of steel and gold-plate chain feels so luxe.

6. Antiqued Chainlink Bib Necklace | $6.80 at Forever 21
Pair this chainlink bib necklace with a plain dress for a striking, eyecatching effect.

How would you wear the statement necklace?  Share your style with us in the comments!

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7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Key Wii  |  July 29th, 2010 at 11:34 pm

    Looking at the archives of Omiru, I’m really impressed to see that the site has gotten its pizazz back. At first, things were looking semi-bleak, but the July archives are definitely filled with fun, flirty, affordable outfits and accessories that I am just pleased to commend.
    Hopefully, I can get winter updates like these when October comes around. That’s when my paychecks get bigger, and I have more time to shop lol

  • 2. Jeffery Willson  |  July 31st, 2010 at 12:04 am

    Necklaces design is really good and attractive i like it. its called a creative work.well done

  • 3. keens  |  August 1st, 2010 at 8:33 am

    they look pretty awesome and elegant..just wish i can wear stuffs like that…

  • 4. shell  |  August 1st, 2010 at 9:00 am

    I absolutely love statement necklaces and jewelry. It means that I can have a capsule wardrobe with good classics but remain contemporary and modern with my accessories.

    Statement Necklaces

  • 5. kristina  |  August 2nd, 2010 at 8:18 am

    I’d love to have that Sequin necklace, but Nordstrom is already sold out–the power of Omiru, I guess!
    Perfect contrast piece: I’d use this to peek out from a simple blouse at work or with a simple gray t-shirt to jazz it up.

  • 6. Mimi  |  August 8th, 2010 at 12:29 pm

    I still like one of your readers’ suggestions
    The Brooch Necklace

  • 7. Fern  |  March 28th, 2011 at 9:36 am

    Hi! I’ve been searching for a statement necklace like the ones above. Would you happen to know where the necklace from this shoot is from? I came across it and I’m DYING to know what it’s called/where it came from. Maybe you might know. I’m guessing jcrew but it’s not on the website and hasn’t showed up in any google searches.

    If you scroll down you’ll see a photo of the girl’s necklace.

    Please help!!!! Thanks. :)

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