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Hey, Curvinistas! Wearing jewelry—especially necklaces—can highlight any outfit and also be the main attraction of your look. I am obsessed with chunky neck cuffs, cool bibs, and chained pendants. I’m the type of girl who thinks pairing the perfect accessories can make an outfit look amazing. But remember—be mindful that the wrong accessory may not compliment your look.

I have selected a few amazing neckpieces that are guaranteed NOT to make you feel bulky and also complete your winning look!

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See you next Friday my Curvinistas! Or in a fitting room near YOU!

My Curvy Footnote: Countdown to Halloween! Are you going glam, gorgeous, or ghoul this Halloween? If you are still looking for cool ideas, check out my suggestions! Have fun this Halloween and stay safe! Send me pictures of your Halloween get-ups @DCFashionista1 using the hashtags #TrickANDTreat and #TheCurveReport

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  • Make a statement with your necklace. Style Note: You can always use a safety pin to adjust the height of where the necklace sits on your collarbone, décolletage, and beyond.

Heavy Metal Spike Necklace, $128, bcbg.com

  • Chain and link necklaces have various parts that make them easy to wear. I am a huge fan of metal mixing!

Chain Link Bib Necklace, $395, etienneaigner.com

Style Note: Try layering chunkier pieces with long, streamlined chains. This will offset your breast–chest-waist ratio.

  • Choose pendants and pieces you can layer. Bibs, lariats, collars, tassels, or singular strands necklaces all come in a facet of designs. Rose gold is super trendy right now. With this set of styles, like my tip above, try layering chunkier pieces with long streamlined chains.

Solar Pendant, $26, lulufrost.com

  • Collars and necklets are all the rave.

 Petal Silver-Plated Necklace, $655, net-a-porter.com

Style Note: Be sure to try them on and make sure they sit firmly around the neck or right above the collarbone. Also practice head bobbing up and down. There is no need to suffocate for fashion!

What do you think of these fabulous suggestions? Tweet @OKMagazine and @DCFashionista1 to start chatting about style! 

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