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Statement necklaces are a fantastic way to update an outfit for the new season. They look as fabulous with an evening dress as they do with a white shirt. By choosing a bright necklace it can add colour to your complexion and draw attention towards your face.

A bold piece with a white shirt for either work or play is a great way to add some personality and ensure you stand out from the crowd. If sparkles and heavy metals in the day time aren’t your thing, try a matt resin necklace from Dinosaur Designs such as the one featured.  This blue hued resin necklace will look great with a summer dress or open neck tops.  It suits  bronzed or darker complexions best.

For special occasions we love the  vibrant jewel encrusted versions from Shourouk and Lulu Frost . The jewels and colour reflect light and provide a visual feast of beautiful design.   They will  brighten any minimalistic evening wear look, such as a pant and jacket or a simple black dress.  If you feel a little adventurous, try it with a white tee or shirt, skinny denim and heel for an enviable street style look.

At Style and Tonic we love rose gold because it is feminine and modern whilst also looking great in accessories from sunglasses to bags.   The Eddie Borgo and Mawi London rose gold necklaces can add a touch of rock chic to an outfit of  leather plants and boots.  For a more subtle day look, pair it with nude colour tops and skirts.  It is especially suited to those with warm skin tones.


Style and Tonic Hints

# For open necklines –  match the neckline of the top with the shape of the necklace and fill the space on your chest
# For high necklines  – balance the necklace with neckline of the garment


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1   Dinosaur Designs

2   Shourouk | Shourouk | Lulu Frost

3    Isabel Marant    | Tory Burch |  Sydney Evan 

4   Eddie Borgo | Mawi

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