March 27


Outfit Accessorized: Yellow Splash Necklace

By Emily Wilke

March 27, 2014

accessorizing tips, fashion tips, necklaces, outfit posts, yellow

Hello Friends,

I love the Yellow Splash Necklace for many reasons:

  • Just a splash of yellow!
  • White and yellow are such a refreshing color combination
  • You can wear with so many outfits and get multiple uses from this one necklace!


This outfit below focus on white as the primary color with black as the secondary. With the Yellow Splash Necklace I am able to add a 3rd accent color and it gives just enough interest. As you can tell I am on the pale side, so yellow is not my best color. However, this necklace gives just a hint of yellow adding the perfect touch to this outfit.

You can see that this necklace works well with a scoop neckline. It would also work on a high collar or boat neckline where it would rest on the shirt, as well as a V-neck highlighting the plunging neckline.

Other Outfit Ideas:

  • A yellow blouse or skirt to play up the yellow (Spring Afternoon)
  • A Black V-neck blouse and Jeans (Night on the Town)
  •  Black Pencil Skirt with Floral Blouse (Office or Date Night)

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Your Turn!

What outfit would you wear with this necklace? Let me know by commenting below!

If you are interested in this necklace you can click the image or get it from my Store!

Thanks for reading!


  • Love the necklace! I’m thinking a navy and white combination with the white and yellow necklace. Maybe even a navy and green combination with the yellow and white necklace. Lots of options!!!!

  • We’ll, Emily, I seldom wear jewelry, and I have no necklaces. But a nice yellow necktie could give me the same boost that your necklace gives you. In fact, most of my ties have a touch of yellow in them.

  • I love necklaces, and I do have a thing for jewelry. I guess is part of me. I could not go out with out earrings or necklace that match with my outfit. 🙂

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