Necklaces

Browse our curated selection of unique designer necklaces in silver and gold from brands like Logan Hollowell, Michelle Fantaci and more at Goop.

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Necklaces

Browse our curated selection of unique designer necklaces in silver and gold from brands like Logan Hollowell, Michelle Fantaci and more at Goop.

192 products

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Adina Reyter Groovy Initial Charm and Chain Link NecklaceAdina Reyter Groovy Initial Charm and Chain Link Necklace
The curvy font gives this necklace a distinctly retro feel.
Adina Reyter Diamond Rays Chain Necklace
Adina ReyterDiamond Rays Chain Necklace
$5,295.00
The sunburst medallion is punctuated by a single bezel-set diamond.
Azlee Small Gold Bar Necklace
The bar-shaped beads rotate subtly, catching the light.
Lucky you.
The diamond-encrusted clasp can be worn forward or backward.
Jennifer MeyerIllusion Tennis Necklace
$7,250.00
A live-in-it piece to wear solo or stacked.
Adina ReyterPavé Big Bead Chain Necklace
$3,096.00
The diamond-encrusted donut bead is an Adina Reyter signature.
We’re obsessed with that distinctive diamond-link chain.
We love the contrast between the smooth silk cord and the organic-looking pendant.
Sophie RatnerPetite Pierced Tennis Necklace
$2,500.00
The diamonds are connected by the tiniest of jump rings, creating a floating effect.
SorellinaAlba Inlay Necklace
$1,950.00
A halo of white pavé diamonds gives it an Art Deco vibe.
Jennifer MeyerCrossbar Necklace
$2,200.00
Cross your heart.
The Gold AlbumMama Necklace
$3,200.00
The pendant is bordered by 62 round-cut white diamonds.
Hand-set pavé diamonds accent your initial of choice.
Jenna BlakeMini Mariner Necklace
$1,900.00
A nautical symbol of strength and stability.
Jenna BlakeEyecon Necklace
$9,600.00
An eye-catching array of 18-karat gold, diamonds, and coral.
Catches the light beautifully as you move.
The organically shaped sterling silver charm really adds something special.

Necklaces

The beauty of the goop shop’s jewelry selection is that it’s full of pieces that are impactful enough to stand on their own and versatile enough to play well with others. Our buyers took a page out of GP’s necklace-styling playbook and stocked our virtual shelves with pieces from our favorite designers that lend themselves to layering: Long, delicate chains serve as the base; clavicle-skimming chunky links go next; and statement pieces punctuated with meaningful pendants or precious stones (diamonds, emeralds, moonstones) follow.

With that said, the first rule of throwing a necklace party is that there are no rules. Mix your metals—gold, rose gold, silver, platinum. Customize to your heart’s content (add your initials, your kids’ names, your dog’s birthday). Experiment often. And if you’re looking to invest in jewelry pieces you’ll have forever, our editors put together their best shopping tips here.