As statement jewellery is all the rage for Spring/Summer 2013, we were lucky to spot these beautiful ladies sporting these gorgeous pieces. So when you make a trip to the mall next time, keep some extra cash to buy the chunky necklaces that have made their way to our style-o-metre and let them do the talking for you.
The NickieNina designer Aliya Ali, aka Nickie, added pop to her plain white top with this wooden hoop neck piece, which looks uber chic and trendy.
Huma Amir Shah
TV-show host Huma Amir Shah looked cheerful in this colour block kameez and a multi-layered chain necklace with flowers and gemstones. A tip: whenever you sport a statement piece of jewellery, you should not adorn lots of accessories because you don’t want other pieces taking away the focus.
Model and actor Areej Fatima got the equation right! In a nod to the runway trends, she sported a huge, busy bronze necklace with a simple black dress. Awesome! We love her entwined hoops and the multiple chains in her neck piece.
FnkAsia desiger Huma Adnan, famous for her urban-chic clothes, was spotted wearing this multi-coloured ethnic neck piece which looks really trendy with her citrus top. Way to go, Huma!
Photographer Mahwish Rizvi flaunted this pretty pearl necklace, knotted with a network of chains in the middle. Mahwish was clever to drop the idea of sporting any other accessory as this necklace totally deserves all the attention!
Photographer Quratulain Khalid rocked this chunky tribal necklace with her simple all black ensemble.
Designer Sanam Chaudhri looks like she can never get it wrong when it comes to trends; sporting a sexy necklace like this is proof. Her gold chain necklace with neon triangles stringed all the way has added the right amount of zing to her cheeky outfit.
Sanam Taseer brought out the rockstar within by sporting a long chain necklace. Sassy!
Published in The Express Tribune, April 4th, 2013.
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