Searching for a new necklace to incorporate into your daily rotation is as personal as it is challenging. You’ve got to find the right length, style, and price point, which can undoubtedly be a daunting task. Fear not—we’ve got you covered. Whether you want a simple, barely-there chain for everyday layering or a chunky chainlink piece that’ll sparkle on a night out, these gold chains pair as easily with a T-shirt and jeans as they do a black cocktail dress. Below, find our roundup of the best—and shiniest—gold necklaces.
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Gold & Purple Paloma Necklace
This French jewelry brand is the perfect mix of punk and sweet. Not to mention, it counts Dua Lipa and Olivia Rodrigo as fans.
Gorjana is affordable without sacrificing style. As a perfect example, this layering set can be taken apart for simpler wear.
For when you’re as indecisive as spring weather, pick this necklace that boasts not one, but two designs.
The Layering Rope Chain
For the uninitiated, The M Jewelers is a New York-based brand that sells well-priced chains—simply add and subtract charms and pendants depending on your mood.
This barely-there choker provides the perfect amount of shimmer to your décolletage.
This simple wide chain lends just the right dose of toughness to any chain stack.
Danish jeweler Maria Black creates wonderfully crafted pieces that are not too dainty and not too bulky, like this necklace.
Missoma’s iconic Coterie chain features mixed materials, adding texture to your neck game.
Catbird has gained a cult following for its covetable dainty jewelry, and this tinsel chain shimmers just like the holiday decoration.
Éliou has become widely known for its bead necklaces, worn by Harry Styles, but this chunky chain is a welcome respite from quirkier styles.
Pamela Love designs with nature and spirituality in mind, like this infinity-style snake chain that symbolizes rebirth and immortality.
Gold Twisted Rope Chain Necklace
The Last Line wants to be the ultimate destination for personal, timeless jewelry—and it’s succeeding with its goal. This twisted rope chain is meant to catch the light with every angle and turn.
Marigold Oval Chain Necklace
Marrow is recognized for bespoke wedding rings, but its fine jewelry selections are just as luxurious—and customizable.
Third Crown, the New York brand designed by husband and wife team Kristin and Kofi Essel, focuses on gender-neutral everyday and statement jewelry. And yes, we’d wear this every single day.
For the ultimate ’80s throwback, try on this chunky gold chain by Saint Laurent. We recommend pairing with a black catsuit.
Jennifer Fisher is the fashion industry’s go-to for hoops, but don’t sleep on her chains that are completely customizable.
Gold Disc Choker Chain
This disc choker chain catches light at any and every angle, ensuring you’ll be glittering like a disco ball all day (and night) long.
Even though it’s not a rabbit’s foot or four-leaf clover, this so-called “Lucky” chain is a luxurious symbol of good luck.
This longer chain necklace is rendered in stunning 18-karat gold.
Paige Gold Link Chain Necklace
Jade Trau is the ultimate in luxury gold jewelry, and this multi-length chain necklace is no exception.
Sister Hook Heavy Belcher Chain Choker
Foundrae is one of the best jewelry makers in the U.S., period. This fact is further proven by the brand’s incredibly weighty hook choker.
Classic 18k Yellow & White Gold Duo Chain Necklace
For when you can’t decide between silver and gold…why choose?
Large 14-Karat Gold Necklace
Lauren Rubinski makes gorgeous, hefty chains that pack a punch serious enough to justify the price point.
New York-based jewelry designer Bernard James focuses on wondrous craftsmanship and subtle design, as seen in this effortlessly chic chain necklace.
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