The Easy (and Pretty) Jewelry Trend You'll Never Want to Take Off

Best everyday necklaces

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Let’s be honest: Can you ever really have too much everyday jewelry? If you’re asking us, the answer is no, especially when there are so many different necklace styles to wear either on their own or layered. Of course, with all the different jewelry trends this season, it can be difficult to decide which pieces you’ll be adding into your jewelry box.

No matter how much or little you decide to wear, it goes without saying that jewelry can pull an entire ensemble together. From classic pearls and chunky chains to floating diamonds and herringbone chains, these timeless necklaces have a way of putting the finishing touch on your outfit, regardless of the occasion.

In case you’re in the mood to update your jewelry collection with everyday necklaces, we’ve rounded up the chicest options for you to peruse through now. Check them all out below, and don’t forget to add your favorites to your cart along the way.

This sustainable piece is made with recycled materials.

Charm-style pieces that are perfect for you or a friend.

Just look at the cool clasp detail.

This may be a delicate necklace, but it's bound to catch someone's eye.

How cool is this floral piece?

Pretty pearls are always a good idea.

We're still not over the pearl trend.

Who doesn't love something that's personalized?

You'll never want to take this off.

With a T-shirt, this will feel elegant and cool.

This will immediately dress up any outfit you wear.

Layer this with other necklaces for the perfect stack.

If you prefer silver over gold.

Fashion people can't quit chain necklaces.

This will easily dress up any ensemble.

Wear this alone or with statement earrings.

The shape of this tag necklace is so chic.

Delicate chains are always stunning.

This is so dainty you'll almost forget you're wearing it.

This post was published at an earlier date and has been updated. Next, read about 25 new fashion finds to add to your cart right now.

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