Nearly always long and thin, sometimes very valuable, the lariat necklace is back in fashion. Good news for those who love sexy jewelry, because its shape highlights the contours of the body with a draped gently resting on the cleavage. Of course, it depends on how you wear it because originally they were nothing but a long string of gold or pearls, more or less thick and broad, with no closure, by turning several times around the neck, or simply tie or with an adjustable clip to be positioned in a strategic point. Like the vintage Cartier jewelry dated 1965 made with flat and round links and a buckle drop shaped, or 80’s long double strand pearl by Chanel. The models of the past coexist very well next to new millennium versions with logos and iconic designs jazzed up, while a place among the most luxurious has its place Bulgari, with its famous snake in diamonds, emeralds, turquoise, introduced at the Biennale des Antiquaires in 2012. That, however, proves how this type of necklace is never completely disappeared, but certainly now, especially across the Atlantic, is a must-have. Here a selection of the most interesting pieces. Monica Battistoni
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