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You already know that a great statement necklace is one of my four secrets to getting dressed with style in a flash. If you want to raise your game for spring, here are my top five favorites this season!
5. The Sutton
I love this necklace with a crisp buttondown! It adds a touch of (work-appropriate) edge to an otherwise classic, seasonless outfit.
And best of all, it’s a versatile piece that can be worn 5 different ways! You could wear it to work every day for a week and never repeat the same look twice. Talk about bang for your buck!
4. The Devina – SOLD OUT
Stella and Dot Devina necklace, SOLD OUT This one was featured in People en Español in November, but those colors make me think spring! As an added bonus, it’s on sale for less than half its original price! You’ll have to snag this one quick, before it’s gone…
3. The Cleopatra
Another versatile pick – this necklace can be worn short or long! I love the cool colors in this amazonite beaded beauty. It would go great with gray now while the weather is chilly, and then add a hint of beachy chic to bright white when the temperatures rise!
2. The Colette – ON SALE!
This eye-catching piece channels French-girl cool with semi-precious Labradorite and leather-wrapped beads. I’d wear it like a suit of armor to a big meeting with my boss! It’s another smart buy – you can get it for 50% off when you spend $50 at Stella and Dot by February 28th.
1. The Collage
I saved the best for last! This is my absolute favorite necklace this season. It’s got the freshness of a spring garden, while still being grown-up enough for the office.
Which one is your favorite? Let me know in the comments!
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