Rated 5 out of 5
┬áby MeginTX Divine
I was hesitant to purchase this necklace at full Anthro price, but I'm so happy that I did. An SA brought it to me when I was shopping for jewelry to wear with my wedding dress, and while I passed on this particular necklace for that occasion, I decided to snatch it up anyways because it complimented every single dress and outfit that I tried on that day. I wear it frequently, and I'm not exaggerating when I say that people go apes#!t over it. I couldn't even count the number of compliments that I've received with this little gem on. Unlike the previous reviewer, I didn't have a problem at all with quality control, and I looked at three necklaces available in my store. The only con that I have for this necklace is that it sometimes itches my neck. Not all the time, which is strange...but sometimes. Who knows? Maybe my neck is just fickle.
August 26, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby justanothershopper Beautiful necklace but beware of sharp edges
At first sight, a somehow intimidating necklace especially for petite frames or the shy.
Pros: It really is easy to wear and will work with a tank top or little black dress. The materials reflect light very well and really brightens one's complexion.
Cons: Not great quality. One of the oblong pieces almost came off my necklace when i brought it home and i had to resew it. I also had to file down the metal pieces at the end because the edges were really sharp and scratched my neck. the clasp was also flimsy so I crimped it to ensure that it stays in place.
It is at a great price compared to other Anthro bib necklace but quality is somewhat lacking.
September 12, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby nedrey beautiul necklace but be careful
the necklace is beautiful and unlike any "bib" i've seen before. The colors of the stores are subtle enough to wear during the day to the office, but against black, navy blue, white they pop. The only downside is that the link attaching the clasp and the fabric part of the necklace is too "open" so when trying it on, it broke. I had to go through two necklaces to see how it will look on. If you keep the necklace laying flat and hold it as if you were opening a napkin that does the trick. Once home I took a pair of pliers and was able to fully close the gap. At $88.00 it is defenetly too expensive to have this type of quality issue, so I hope Anthropologie/ Ranna Gill will address.
June 30, 2012