Replicate Olivia Culpo’s Sleek Sideline Style With This Key Statement-Maker

The model elevated her game day basics with a diamond tennis necklace. You can, too, with this beautiful pick.
Olivia Culpo poses in a slicked-back up-do and diamond earrings and looks over her shoulder at the camera.

Olivia Culpo.

Dating—and now being engaged to—NFL player Christian McCaffrey has made Olivia Culpo something of an expert in sideline style. Almost every weekend, she takes to Levi’s Stadium (or wherever the 49ers may be playing that particular week) in a different, but equally glamorous outfit.

Generally speaking, she sticks to monochromes, opting for a neutral (generally black) outfit, to which she adds a touch of 49ers red, a show of support for McCaffrey and his teammates.

And while we absolutely love the basics, we also adore when she adds a pop of something bright to really elevate her outfit. In the case of last weekend’s home game, we’re talking a gorgeous diamond tennis necklace.

The model sported a black turtleneck, jacket and a pair of washed denim—all of which looked great. But what really made the outfit was the simple, elegant strand of diamonds she wore around her neck. While we don’t know the exact kind that Culpo sported, we do know of a great option if you’re on the market for a stunning necklace.

Peace Jewelers 14K Gold 15.00ctw Cultured Diamond Tennis Necklace, 16.1 grams, $12,499 (

What’s even better than a classic tennis necklace is one made with lab-grown diamonds. Cultivated options, like this one from Peace Jewelers, are easier on both your wallet and the environment than mined diamonds.

So whether you’re still trying to curate your weekly sideline style, or you’re in need of a statement piece to elevate your everyday look, a lab-grown diamond necklace is always the right answer.

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Martha Zaytoun


Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.