EmRata Just Wore This $36 Zara Necklace That'll Sell Out Immediately

If you're anything like me, you have favorite retailers for different categories. For example, I love to buy my sneakers from Shopbop, my denim from Nordstrom, and my T-shirts from H&M. As for Zara, I always make a beeline to the brand's blazers. However, Emily Ratajkowski just reminded me that I've been overlooking Zara's excellent jewelry section—to my own detriment!

Photographed in New York City, EmRata wore Zara's Physalis Necklace ($36), which is bound to sell out now that it has her stamp of approval. Scroll down to see how she styled the necklace and shop other pieces of jewelry from Zara, including a glistening choker necklace, pretty pearl earrings, a mixed-metal ring, spiral earrings, and more. 


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On Emily Ratajkowski: Zara Physalis Necklace ($36); Highrack Studios Mesh Cami ($44) and Zelda Mesh Skirt ($73); Isabel Marant boots; Velvet Canyon Riviera Sunglasses ($146); Miu Miu bag

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Erin got her start as a Who What Wear intern over 13 years ago—back when the site only published a single story per day. (Who What Wear has since increased that number twentyfold.) She graduated magna cum laude from USC, which is how she ended up moving to Los Angeles from her hometown of San Diego. In college, she also interned at Refinery29, where she was promoted to editorial assistant and then assistant editor. After nearly three years at R29, she came back to WWW in 2016, where she currently holds the title of Associate Director of Fashion News (as well as the unofficial title of resident royal expert—in case you haven't noticed her numerous Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton stories). She spends her days trying to incorporate her idols, Anna Wintour and Roger Federer, into as many stories as possible. Outside of work, she loves tennis, classic rock, traveling, and smothering her dog with affection.