Cheap Statement Necklaces for Under $20
We all know that statement necklaces are the hottest new thing on the red carpet and at various fashion weeks. Statement necklaces can be worn with evening looks and day-time looks, so the versatility is amazing. What really shocks me about statement necklaces are the prices. Statement necklaces range from $10 to an upwards of $100,000. Of course, the ones that cost a fortune have real diamonds and rubies!
You don't have to break the bank just to indulge in this gorgeous fashion trend! Here I give you some of my favorite cheap statement necklace picks for under 20 bucks!
Statement necklace above:
Brand: American Eagle
What I'd Wear it With: Plain t-shirt with color. Aka a plain light green or peach t-shirt; and a black blazer!
Cheap Statement Necklace
I've never really shopped too much at Tilly's before but this bargain has converted me. This gorgeous leaf and flower statement necklace is perfect for a casual night out with the gals. I love the antique silver color too; it adds that something extra to make your outfit look expensive.
Brand: Full Tilt
What I'd wear it with: Printed summer dress with a long white cardigan.
Subtle Statement Necklace
Subtle Statement necklace sounds like an oxymoron right? Not exactly: This necklace exudes an elegance and class, but still makes a statement with it's multiple layered strands. I love how delicate this necklace looks!
Brand: LC by Lauren Conrad (From the Hills)
What I'd Wear it With: I would definitely pair this with an evening look. Because the crystals give a timeless look, I'd wear it with jewel toned dresses with a higher neckline.
Statement Necklaces for Under $20!
Dramatic Statement Necklace
This necklace is from Amazon. Because this necklace is so dramatic, I would wear it with neutral colors and classic pieces to tone down the overall outfit. But I have to say, I love the dangling spikes!
What I'd Wear it With: I would pair this with a black or white shirt, colored blazer and dark denim jeans. Have just one pop of color and keep your look streamlined and neutral. If your shoes are a bright yellow, make your blazer a neutral color too!
Vintage-y Statement Necklace
This isn't real vintage obviously, but the color gives it that burnished look. I absolutely love the twisted strands too with mini-bronze links! I would keep this necklace for a day-time look. It's perfect for spring and fall.
Brand: American Eagle
What I'd Wear it With: A rich brocade pencil skirt and tights. If it's summer, I'd pair it with a super white eyelet dress and let the necklace shine!
Cheap Statement Necklace Pick
I had to include this one because it's under 5 bucks! That and I love the floral for Spring.The necklace has an elegance that I'd reserve for evening. Perhaps for a girl's sushi night. Because the necklace hangs quite low, I'd wear it with darker colors.
Brand: Full Tilt
What I'd Pair it With: Navy dress and bright shoes. I'd go for more floral accessories too to pull the look together!
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Wear a Statement Necklace Properly
There are many Do's and Don't for wearing a statement necklace and I see people wearing it incorrectly all the time. Read my guide on statement necklaces here!
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