Make a Statement {Necklace}

Product Sample: A complimentary necklace was provided to me in exchange for this styling & review. Affiliate Links: If you click on a link in this post, I may make a very small commission.

Happy Friday!

Do you ever dream up an outfit in your head that you think will be the cutest thing ever and then put it on, and it looks awful? Yeah, I had that kind of situation. I was originally going to wear a kimono and patterned shorts with this top and necklace but… it looked terrible. In my brain, it still looks super cute. In real life, nope. So, when in doubt change it up!

Ancient Coins Statement Necklace Review from Happiness Boutique / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

What I’m Wearing
Top: Pacey Dolman Blouse, DailyLook
Shorts: Boyfriend Cuffed Denim Shorts, Old Navy
Necklace: Mystery Ancient Coins Bib Necklace, c/o Happiness Boutique
Shoes: Mossimo Dianne Espadrilles (similar)
Bag: Proenza Schouler PS1 Pouch in Rip Tide

Boyfriend Shorts & Dolman Top Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

The base of the outfit still worked, so I just removed the crazy patterns. Sometimes you just got to keep things simple. This semi-sheer dolman top from one of my DailyLook Elite boxes pairs so easily with so many pieces in my wardrobe.Today I’m pairing it with these boyfriend shorts because it’s been hot in the PNW! Almost unheard of to have so many days of warm weather around here, but I’m not complaining. ;)

Casual Summer Outfit with Statement Necklace from Happiness Boutique / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

I also received this beautiful coin necklace from Happiness Boutique. They’ve got some beautiful jewelry that ships for FREE worldwide from Belgium. While this necklace is large, it’s not horribly heavy. It’s a nice medium weight – not flimsy, but not so heavy that I feel like it strains my neck. In addition to the free shipping, Happiness Boutique offers a customer reward program. For every purchase or social share, receive points toward free jewelry or clothing items. Who doesn’t love a deal like that?

Proenza Schouler PS1 Pouch in Rip Tide with Casual Summer Outfit / hellorigby seattle fashion blog

Anyways, I’ll keep it short and sweet for Friday and leave it at this: how are you spending your weekend? Any exciting plans? 


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56 thoughts on “Make a Statement {Necklace}

  1. Alessandra

    Aw I love the necklace! I’m still trying to get the hang of styling the ones I have right now- they never seem to fit quite right with my outfits sadly! Another thing that prevents me from wearing my statement necklaces is that they’re heavy, so it’s nice to hear that your necklace is still a manageable weight!

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    1. Jenn Post author

      Definitely true that they can be heavy or bulky… my biggest problem with statement necklaces tends to be that my hair gets tangled in them! :P Hope you’re able to find some outfits that work with your necklaces, Alessandra! :)

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  2. Ashley

    LOVING that necklace! That is something I would definitely wear all year round! Also adore that fun pop of blue of your bag!

    xo Ashley

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  3. Rita

    Yay Jenn! You’re wearing the Dolman Blouse! Love how you paired it with the distressed boyfriend shorts, coin necklace, and espadrilles! I’m all for simple and easy to put together outfits! :)

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    1. Jenn Post author

      I am! Thanks so much for selecting it for me, Rita! Hope you’re doing well on your new venture. I tried to reply to your email, but it bounced back.

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      1. Rita

        Sorry that happened Jenn! I no longer have access to that email, but we can definitely keep in touch here or you can reach me by email at rkorkounian at yahoo.com :). Thank you so much for your well wishes!

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        1. Jenn Post author

          No worries, my email was just a thank you for being a great (and understanding, haha) stylist and to wish you well. So glad you commented, Rita! :)

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