How to Wear a Long Rope Necklace

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For Valentine’s Day, my boyfriend gifted me this gorgeous necklace from Kendra Scott.  I love the versatility of these rope style necklaces.  They can be worn a few different ways in outfits from super glam to daytime casual.  One easy and everyday way to style this long rope necklace is with a v-neck tunic top. I knot the necklace just slightly below the v of the top.  I love how the two v designs line up together.  They look made for each other!  It’s such a simple and easy way to dress up all your solid color v-neck tops.

If you are looking for more glam ways on how to wear a long rope necklace like for say a wedding or date night, you can opt for a strapless dress and wear this necklace the same way, untied (think graduation tassels) or flipped around towards the back.  For even more classy glam style, I would pair a low back dress with this necklace facing backwards.  You want to the tassels to be inside the open back of the dress.  You have probably seen this look on the red carpet a time or two.

If you want some office inspiration for this necklace, I would pair with with a shift dress added bonus if it also has a v-neck.  You could also pair this with a collared shirt and wear it kind of like a tie.  Place the necklace under the collar and adjust the knot to hit about mid chest.

How would you style this necklace with your wardrobe?

Photography By: LA Photography

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8 Responses to How to Wear a Long Rope Necklace

  1. Great outfit, Karen! I love necklaces like this and how cool that you can adjust where you want the knot to fall. I also really love these style of necklaces worn backward with an open back dress. So sophisticated! Thanks for sharing and linking up.


  2. Tammy says:

    I love your necklaces. Boyfriend has food taste. I can’t wait to start wearing my spring/summer outfits. Looking forward to the way to shove the winter jackets and shoes to the back of the closet.

  3. Sherry Joy says:

    Fabulous necklace and so perfect with that outfit. Such a classic and chic look.

  4. Anna Shirley says:

    I love grey jeans. Perfect look. The necklace is really pretty. Your boyfriend has good taste. Thank you for sharing your post with My Red Carpet.


  5. Joanne says:

    I have a few longer necklaces like this and I like to pair them with long/ plain tops too or a simple dress with little pattern.

  6. Gemma says:

    I love long rope necklaces, but I love how dainty and pretty your necklace is. It looks so lovely against the black blouse xo

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  7. mireille says:

    I need to wear my pendant necklaces more often. Good inspo!

  8. Love your gorgeous outfit overall. But yeah, that necklace is killer. I like the way long necklaces elongate. that makes sense, right? Lovely post!

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