Trend Worth Trying: Long Gold Necklaces

06/16/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

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From L.A. to Paris, we’ve spotted some pretty stylish celebs adding dainty gold necklaces to their summery looks. Reese Witherspoon pairs her favorite black onyx Van Cleef & Arpels necklace with casual tanks for running errands in L.A. while Sarah Michelle Gellar wears similar style to an art event in N.Y.C. Cameron Diaz opts for a heavier chain with dangling charms while sight-seeing in Paris. Whether you go for an understated gold chain like Reese and Sarah Michelle or a flirty coin necklace like Cameron, try one of our picks to add an edge to any of your summer finds.

Get the Look:
Splurge:
Kidada- Gold Ariel Shell Necklace, $166, shopkitson.com

Nardi Stran Necklace with Crystal Stations, $128, nordstrom.com

Fajil necklace, $90, jenniferkaufman.com

Steal:

Double chain necklace, $39, Double chain necklace, $39, at bebe.com

Tahliah’s gold multi-shape layered necklace, $25, emitations.com

Petal to the metal necklace, $5.80, forever21.com

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They all look awesome. Sarah Michelle Gellar did a great job making the necklace appear dressier. Cameron Diaz’s necklace looks great, too, especially since she paired it with a simple tank top. Reese Witherspoon looks very nice and casual with hers, too.

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