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Your Cheat Sheet To Choosing Necklaces For Different Necklines

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While accessories may only be the supporting actress to the main star, you should never underestimate the power of great accessorizing. Exciting frills can up the ante of your OOTDs even better than a sequined jacket can! While a great pair of earrings and a huge cocktail ring are cool, there's just something about a good necklace that never fails to add some drama to an outfit.

With so many unique necklines in stores and a long list of necklace designs to choose from, we're listing down the necklace and neckline pairings you need to know to give your OOTD a quick style boost.

Turtlenecks + Long Chain

Even with the city heat, a fashion girl can't avoid wearing a chic turtleneck because of its classic look that simply never goes out of style. While a turtleneck is already stylish on its own, add more flair to your outfit by adding a long chain necklace or a simple, but eye-catching pendant.

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Crew Neck + Collar

A crew neckline is probably the most basic neckline on earth. So how can you turn something basic into a fashionably striking piece? Add a trendy but always classy collar necklace.

Scoop + Dramatic Pendant

Scoop necklines allow you to go big and bold with your neckpiece. So opt for a dramatic pendant necklace for an OOTD that's nothing short of stylish and exciting.

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Off-Shoulder + Choker

Just like the scoop neckline, an off-shoulder cut lets you freely play with different neckpieces. Pair your off-shoulder neckline with a trendy choker for a modern and fashionable OOTD.

V-neck + Layered Pendants

A V-neck top is always flattering because it creates an illusion of slimmer arms. Boost the optical illusion even more by layering pendants of varying lengths over your V-neck top.

What other neckline and necklace combos do you know? Share it with us! You know we love hearing from you!

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