Just as my fave college-era TV show, Beverly Hills 90210, was resurrected, so, too, have lariat (or Y) necklaces come back in force. The difference in both ’90s-era blasts from the past? The second coming of the spoiled Beverly Hills–high-school-kids drama was decidedly lamer and aired only for five years (versus 10 for the original), while lariat necklaces have gotten more creative and abundant among designers. From silver to gold to diamonds and spinel, the sexy look is ideal for layering with other skinny necklaces and had a big showing at the 2015 Las Vegas jewelry shows. Sorry AnnaLynne McCord, you’re no Jennie Garth, but you can at least adopt one aspect of her ‘90s-cool style.
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