Would You Wear an Oversize Necklace like Sarah Michelle?

11/23/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

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We love the gorgeous silk and pearl Lanvin necklace that Sarah Michelle Gellar wore to the premiere of her new movie, Southland Tales. The show-stopping piece pulls together her elegant red carpet look, but we think it would look just as fresh and sexy at a holiday party with a simple black dress. Statement pieces like this might seem tough to work in to your wardrob, but you can pull it off too! Just make sure to pair an attention-grabbing necklace with an open, simple neckline and balance out the oversize piece with subtle studs or bare ears. Tell us: Would you wear a larger-than-life necklace?

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Elda on

Yes I would, she looks so pretty in this picture!!

jen on

i don’t like hers but i like the style

Blue Bell on

You can buy it at barneys. I saw it, and others like it a few days ago.

rebekkah on

YES!!! I love over sized necklace’s!!!

Kelly on

The necklace is super cute! It’s eye-catching, yet looks soft and luxurious with an interesting texture and design.

Karolina on

I would absolutely wear it – especially in the beautiful understated color Sarah is wearing. I love it!

sabrina on

Looks cute, like it’s a part of the dress.

deliah on

LOVVVVVVEEEEEEE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i looove SMG anyways!!!! favv actress of all time!!

JJ on

It’s so elegant and classy. Love the necklace. Love the dress. Love her!

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