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Check Out The Best Bright Statement Necklaces Straight Outta The 305

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    We know Miami girls aren't afraid of a burst of color — in fact, we're pretty sure the city has never met a neon it didn't like. So when it comes to bold statement jewelry… well, suffice to say that Miami just isn't for the sartorially shy, which is why designer Sara Lowery Ng of Noble House Designs has gleaned so much inspiration from the 305. In her latest collection of bold, look-at-me necklaces, she's dedicated her strands to her favorite places across the world… which just happen to include West Palm Beach and the Magic City itself. So, we've gone ahead and rounded up the best bright, shiny, and big necklaces Noble House has to offer (which are plenty), and each is perfect for jazzing up everything from a simple black tank to your favorite dress. And even though some of them are inspired by other cities, their exuberance shows that they're all Miami at heart. Click through to scope 'em out, and consider your spring accessories game officially on point.

    Photo: Courtesy of Noble House Designs

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