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Trend to Try: Open-Front Necklaces

Trend to Try: Open-Front Necklaces(Source: Larry Busacca/Getty Images North America, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images North America, Michael Loccisano/Getty Images North America) 
In jewelry, as in life, sometimes it's the quiet moments that make the loudest statements. Take these delicate open-front necklaces: slight and subtle, they firmly nudge outfits into hipper territory without screaming "look at me!". Elegantly resting on the collarbone, they're the perfect soupçon of cool.

Lately, a bastion of trendsetters have stepped out in the style. At May's Met Ball, Kate Bosworth sparkled in a diamond-tipped Ana Khouri number. 

Trend to Try: Open-Front Necklaces(Source: Larry Busacca/Getty Images North America)Lily Aldridge's serpentine necklace echoes the curved lines of her Rosie Assoulin gown. 

Trend to Try: Open-Front Necklaces(Source: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images North America)We love Olivia Palermo's minimalist choker style.

Trend to Try: Open-Front Necklaces(Source: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images North America)And how perfect is the punk-meets-posh style spotted on former Vogue editor Elizabeth Gilpin?

Trend to Try: Open-Front Necklaces(Source: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images North America)The style is super-duper versatile: you can wear it with anything from a plunging evening gown to a crew-neck knit sweater. Shop our picks below:
Trend to Try: Open-Front Necklaces
(Source: Bloomingdale's, BCBG Max Azria)Sequin Open Collar Necklace, $98, at Bloomingdale's; BCBG Max Azria Chain Collar Choker, $34, at BCBG Max Azria

Trend to Try: Open-Front Necklaces(Source: BaubleBar, Neiman Marcus)BaubleBar Pavè Orb Choker, $30, at BaubleBarGiles & Brother Yellow Golden Nail Spike Collar Necklace, $125, at Neiman Marcus.
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