Insomniac Sale Picks: Statement Necklaces

*In this late-night feature – which will run on Tuesday and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*

Mary requested a few picks for statement necklaces, so here we go:

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J.Crew Factory Stone Teardrop Necklace – was $52.50, now $24.99

Some of the color combos that J.Crew cooks up for necklaces baffle me, but this mix of warm tones, navy, and peachy shades looks like the perfect spring transitional piece. It’ll look stellar with browns, tans, and other light neutrals, but also play well with reds, pinks, and more navy. Plus it’s sparkly and statement-y without being in-your-face bling-y.

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Sara Bella Multistrand Disc Pendant Necklace – was $48, now $32.16

I know chunky bibs are the norm when it comes to statement necklaces, but I’m loving long, big, eye-catching pendants these days. And this little love? Has the added bonuses of multiple pendants AND multiple strands. Imagine in with a simple tee, waterfall cardi, and jeans. Gorgeous. Available in this green as well as a tiger-y orange version.

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Kenneth Jay Lane Jade Stone Chunk Necklace – was $88, now $62

Favor a more organic look? This rough-hewn, chunky strand will look gorgeous with dark neutrals for now and pair beautifully with pastels come spring. A bit of a splurge to be sure, but KJL is known for great design and high quality. This piece is 17″ with a 4″ extender, so though it looks choker-ish it should sit a bit away from the neck for most people.

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Style&co. Hematite-Tone Oversized Necklace – was $34, now $16.99

Honestly? This could look cheap and chintzy in person, what with the sparkly resin. But the shape and color are SO fabulous, and I could see it peeking out from a button-front shirt and adding an arty flair to a work outfit. Or paired with a graphic tee and jeans for the weekend. Definite possibilities. Also in pink and mother-of-pearl.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for statement necklaces:

  1. Baublebar – Chunky, funky, affordable options abound. This lacquer bib is marvelously bold.
  2. J.Crew and J.Crew Factory – Pieces are spendy, for sure, but sales are frequent! Wait for a discount and pounce. Especially good resources if you love sparkly bibs.
  3. Max & Chloe – Prices vary widely, but lots of affordable goodies in the sale section. I’ve been eyeing this tortoiseshell bib for over a year now.
  4. Etsy – So many of my own statement necklaces hail from Etsy. Refine your search by color, size, or shape to narrow down the results.

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  • Bethany

    I love these posts! Could you do one on funky women’s waistcoats? (Ideally petite, but I know those are almost IMPOSSIBLE to find.)

    • http://www.alreadypretty.com Sally

      Yes, I’ll try!

  • Emily Stowe

    I bought s bunch of statement necklaces on ebay for Christmas gifts, and you can find so many styles for really cheap, like $5 each. They come straight from China (usually with free shipping even), which is exactly where they’d come from anyway, if you bought them from some other American retailer, just without the markup. I have seen some of the exact same necklaces I bought later in stores in the mall! Just search “Statement necklaces” on ebay and be prepared to be overwhelmed by a million pretty options! It is a great way to justify trying out trendy styles if you’re not sure you want to invest much in a specific color or style.