30 Necklaces That Are Not Your Grandmother’s Pearls

The best pearl necklaces are a piece of jewelry that has lived through centuries of iterations. They were worn by Queen Elizabeth I and Coco Chanel alike. But, in the late 20th century, they took on a slightly stuffier reputation, a staple for the boardroom or the country club, but not much beyond. Well, that’s all shifted over the last few years thanks to a bevy of creative jewelry designers reimagining this centuries-old staple in playful and elegant new ways. The best pearl necklaces of the current era aren’t meant to be taken quite so seriously. And with trendsetters like Sex and The City’s Carrie Bradshaw and Harry Styles presenting fresh ways to approach throwing on a strand of pearls, it’s time again to embrace them.

Summer is a particularly fitting season to incorporate pearls into your wardrobe as relaxed, beachy dressing becomes the norm. A simple gold pendant necklace with a pearl stud or a strand interspersed with bright beads reflects the wide spectrum of options available, so no matter if your style skews more minimalist or you want something bound to turn heads, you’ll find it. Ahead, find 30 fresh takes on the necklace beloved by many a fashion icon.

The Choker

Embrace the return of ’90s style with a pearl choker necklace that sits tightly on your neck. A dainty, delicate option is ideal for every day, while something chunkier is great for breaking out on special occasions.

Pamela Love Vivianna collar

Valentino metal V-logo signature choker with Swarovski pearls

Stacey Nishimoto Princess Buttercup pearl choker

Alighieri La Calliope gold-plated pearl necklace

The Classic 

There are plenty of modern takes on a classic strand of pearls that manage to still feel fresh. Try a style with smaller pearls that hit just at the collarbone. It’s great for layering with your other necklaces.

Stone & Strand Everyday pearl necklace

Missoma x Harris Reed In Good Hands pearl necklace

Mejuri essential pearl necklace

The Last Line diamond and pearl Rasa necklace

The Creative Twist

Not one to play it safe? Try for a pop of color or an unexpected design element when shopping for your perfect necklace. These artful necklaces aren’t your average strand of pearls.

Sophie Bille Brahe Peggy Fontaine necklace

Éliou Dan beaded pearl necklace

Roxanne Assoulin Pearl Party faux pearl and enamel beaded necklace

Tohum evil eye glass, pearl, 24-karat gold-plated necklace

The Long Loops

Longer necklaces are a great option for summer layering, especially with simple linen dresses. Try a long pearl necklace paired back to a choker and stud earrings to keep the look from being overwhelming.

Joie Digiovanni Water Ice 14-karat yellow gold, diamond, pearl lariat necklace

Liz James Meg long champagne pearl necklace

Gucci interlocking G flower pearl necklace

Prada 18-karat yellow gold beaded baroque pearl necklace

The Multi-Strand

More is always more. So, consider a pearl necklace that’s not just one strand but two or three. There’s something extravagant about these options, so try them for a fancy night out.

Mizuki 14-karat gold pearl necklace

Alessandra Rich double pearl necklace

Hermina Athens Full Moon pearl and gold-plated necklace

Mociun multi-strand seed pearl choker

The Pendant

Ease into the pearl trend in a low-stakes way—via pendant necklaces with just a touch of the precious gem. These options are great for mixing in with everyday staples like a tee and jeans.

Timeless Pearly Haiku necklace

Wwake small weaving necklace

Lizzie Fortunato pearl pyramid necklace

Pacharee alphabet gold-plated pearl necklace

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