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More is Always Better: Multi-Strand Necklaces

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Got my diamonds, got my yacht, got a guy I adore
I’m so happy with what I got, I want more
Count your blessings, one, two, three I just hate keeping score
Any number is fine with me as long as it’s more, As long as it’s more
“More” by Stephen Sondheim

The theory being if one strand looks good, then several will look better, more interesting, certainly more pithy, especially if they’re different and combined with other elements. Herein a range of those you might not ordinarily come across.

Alchemy Gold-Plated Swarovski Crystal Necklace by Erickson Beamon

Contemporary and archaic at the same time, this piece might be worn by a goddess or sorceress. Creates a show stopping impression. Wearable art, really. Simply cut clothes in good fabrics please. Green, blue and gunmetal Swarovski crystals. Chain and filigree strands. Push clasp fastening. $645.00

Kenneth Jay lane Gold-Plated Multi-Strand Glass Pearls

Traditional pearls get a makeover here, not to shock, but to look more aesthetically pleasing and lighter. Pretty on a sweater or tee, but also against skin-think tan. Airy and feminine. Dress up to meet your boyfriend’s mother or down with a funky Jil Sander dress and platforms to an East Village opening. Glass pearls in a layered design and graceful, longer length. Hook fastening. $315.00

Presence

Left: Deco Crystal Necklace by Lulu Frost- Another marriage of style, Jazz Age with a contemporary edge. Chunky gold and silver metal chains culminate in a crystal statement pendant. Adjustable clasp fastening. Not for anyone too delicate. Watch your posture to properly present. Important earrings for balance. When the Gatsby rage hits again, you’ll be ready. $415.00

Right: Rosantica Messalina Necklace from France- Could be Etruscan as easily as from Madison Avenue or the rue de Rivoli. A handsome piece for the strong willed and creative among you. Wear with lots of bangles mixing wood, gold-tone and perhaps bone. Long earrings. Eye makeup. Better with definite stark or neutral colors. Gold tone brass necklace with multiple strands of small, square, textured plaques. Magnetic clasp fastening. $596.00

CC Skye Neon Multi Chain Necklace

Absolutely on-trend in both color and configuration. Hip, funky and fun. Wear with anything that has real character, the more extreme the better or a simple tee. Ready to rock n’roll. Neon leather and mixed metal. $215.00

Delicate but not Indecisive

Left: Kenneth Cole New York “Urban Baguette” Multi Frontal Necklace- A bit American Indian looking but just as easily Deco. Wear with a crisp shirt-open those buttons!- or a bandeau top. Silver earrings and be big in contrast as can cuffs. Hematite-plated. Multi-chain with blue faceted baguette stone, blue crystal cup chains, small black diamond faceted baguettes, small silver crystal cup chain accent and multi-hematite chains. 16” long with 3” extender. On sale $69.00

Right: Kenneth Cole New York “Urban Rain” Blue Glass Faceted Bead Necklace- A versatile piece to be worn with jeans or to the office. Just a little bit of interest and reflective color. Good for the small boned and dainty. Hematite and silver-plated multi chains with black diamond crystal cup chain accents. Blue and hematite colored glass faceted oval and square beads. 3.75” high, 23” long. 3” chain extender. $125.00

Rosantica Bead Necklace

Pow! Red lips and nail polish. Strong and womanly. Wear now with a low cut corset top or, when autumn comes, on a cashmere sweater. Think how his will look with white. No wallflowers please, though they’re likely to come to you…as much for opinions as company. Black and gray shimmer beads in multiple chains of half hematite, half onyx beads. Big combined knot design. Gold tone chains at the end. Chunky gold-tone fastening. On sale $543.00

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