5 Statement Necklaces That Will Add WOW To Your Look

5 Statement Necklaces That Will Add <em>WOW</em> To Your Look

I’m very excited to welcome StyleScoop’s newest contributor, fashion blogger and fashionista at heart, Brett Robson from fashionbybrettrobson.blogspot.com sharing her tips on statement necklaces and how to wear them!


Investing in a few statement neck pieces is a great way to update your look, without breaking the bank. Rather than thinking outside the box – think inside the box. Your jewellery box to be exact!

A statement neckpiece is a super easy accessory to wear and it is absolutely worth buying into. The best part is that whether you’re a fancy dress kinda of girl, or a jeans and t-shirt girl – this simple, yet high impact accessory can be your best tool.

Statement Necklaces | Brett Robson | www.stylescoop.co.za
Can you see how the neckpiece completes all of the looks I have put together?

If you still don’t get the need for these handy  fashion tools, here are a few tips on how you should wear them:

You don’t only need to use a chunky necklace to make a statement. By layering a few, thinner strand necklaces that vary in length,you can make them stand out a bit more and add interest to your outfit.

Pair with anything strapless
Statement necklaces are perfect for a strapless dress or top. By adding a chunky necklace you can update your look and take it from drab to fab.

By adding a brightly coloured, bold necklace you can take a simple look from plain and simple to WOW.

Wear with collars
Wearing a statement necklace with a collared shirt is a chic way to wear this accessory trend. Whether it’s a peter pan or ‘normal’ style collar, it works both ways.

I hope I have convinced you to get yourself a neckpiece or two. Here are a few I thought you might like!

Statement Necklaces | Brett Robson | www.stylescoop.co.za

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Brett Robson

Hi there. I’m Brett of Fashion by Brett Robson. My blog is a fun way for me to share my style & inspiration. It consists mostly of personal style, but I also post ad campaigns and editorials I like.