How to Wear a Bib Necklace

We’re loving the bold necklace trend seen lately on celebrities and in street fashion. Bib necklaces are a type of jewelry considered to be a statement piece so its best to keep the rest of your outfit low-key and wear the necklace as your sole accessory. You don’t want to get too crazy and have too much going on at the same time. Also keep in mind, this season, the bigger the necklace the better!

Bib necklaces can be tricky to wear so here are a couple of points to consider:

1. Keep the neckline of your top either slightly higher than where the necklace falls, for example boat or crew neck, to act as a back drop.  Or wear a top cut low enough so that the necklace does not interfere with your neckline, for example a deep V or strapless.

2. Wear your clothing in one solid colour which means no patterns or ruffles! Keep the clothing simple when the accessories are complicated and act to make a statement.

Have fun wearing the bib necklace. It can be found in so many amazingly unique styles!

black and blue beaded bib necklace

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