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Harlow Necklace at Kendra Scott Jewelry

Gem features one standout piece from a local shop. Whether it's a jacket, necklace, or handbag, it's on our have-to-have list.

What: Supremely wearable (and gift-worthy) is this statement necklace with hefty green onyx stones from jeweler Kendra Scott, who recently opened a boutique in the Valley.

Where: Kendra Scott Jewelry at Scottsdale Quarter

Cost: $195

See also: - Kendra Scott Jewelry Opens at Scottsdale Quarter - Fashion Trends to Avoid in Spring 2013 - Downtown Phoenix's Butter Toast Boutique to Close in February

Style It: Without much notice, spring's already sprung here in the desert. And that has us anxiously awaiting the chance to bust out our most colorful ensembles. Here, we've paired an eye-catching green necklace from Kendra Scott with a lemon yellow shirt dress by Maison Martin Margiela. The minimalist look ensures that the color doesn't overwhelm, and it's completed with Pedro Garcia Delsie's pale gray wedge sandals.

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