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Why You Should Wear Your Necklace Backwards

At Health Beauty Life, we’re an eclectic bunch of weirdos, and we like it that way. We feel right at home with the kooky or strange, any we’re up for trying anything seemingly different or outside of the box. Asymmetrical earrings? We’ll try it. Mirrored eyeliner patches? Sure, why not. Backwards necklaces? Bring it on!

Okay actually, the backwards necklace might not be as weird as it sounds. Dozens of celebs have been spotted sporting it: Ashley Olsen, Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Cara Delevigne, Jessica Biel, Kate Hudson, Maria Sharpova, just to name a few.

Depending on the necklace choice and clothing its paired with, this can be made into a sleek and fancy, red carpet appropriate look, or boho chic festival attire. Either way, it’s a fun way to turn an old necklace new again, and with all of the back-bearing tops that are popular this Spring and Summer, now is the perfect time to back it up.

The simplest way to achieve this look is by using one sleek, long necklace. It’s the perfect option if you’re willing to try it out, but are a little unsure how to do so without looking silly.

But if you’re feeling bold, you needn’t stick to one necklace! You can layer 2. (Look gals, it’s a throwback to yesterday’s must-have strappy bra!)

But why stop at 2 when you can layer 6?! The key to layering this multiple necklaces is to be sure the layers are at varying lengths, or just buy an already layered necklace to make things easy.

You can even throw in a bold statement necklace if you’re feeling adventurous and boho chic. (How Coachella is this look?)


So what do you think- are you bold enough to try it? Tell us below!

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