>For me, Carrie Bradshaw wasn't the driving force behind my love for the nameplate necklace. When I was a 15-year-old living in Brooklyn, the piece of jewelry seemed like a rite of passage at the time. But whether you jumped on the Sex and the City trend or can trace the look back to your favorite '80s hip-hop artist, it seems like the accessory has become a bit more ubiquitous recently, as seen on the likes of models like Bella Hadid or Paloma Elsesser. And thankfully so!
>The best part about wearing a nameplate (again) is that there are so many ways to do it. Opt for dangling letters or a delicate gold ID bar or don't even put your name on it at all—go for whatever word means the most to you. So unless you have a favorite design still tucked away in storage, shop some of the new iterations of the classic pieces of jewelry ahead.
>Click in for some of the coolest nameplate necklaces available right now.
Opt for a subtle stone to accent your design.
Consider this sparkle an exclamation point on your own name.
Clean, simple, timeless.
Here's a pretty way to spell it out.
And something unique for those who prefer to adorn themselves with a different label.
Perfect for engraving whatever your heart desires.
The imperfect placement is actually the best thing about this style.