Taylor Swift Wows in Gorgeous Tennis Necklace: Get the Look

The superstar celebrated her 34th birthday in style in New York City on Dec. 13.
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift.

For her 34th birthday celebration last night, Taylor Swift headed out in New York City to honor the occasion with friends. While she was spotted both arriving and exiting the festivities with famous pals like Blake Lively, Keleigh Teller and Miles Teller, all eyes were undeniably on the 12-time Grammy Award winner all evening.

In a nod to her track “Bejeweled,” Swift sparkled in a black Clio Peppiatt mini dress for the occasion, which featured silver sparkly embellishments depicting a celestial night sky. The “Cruel Summer” singer accessorized with a black furry coat, a pair of platform peep-toe heels and a sparkly silver bag. But our eyes were particularly drawn to Swift’s jewelry, namely the diamond tennis necklace she wore around her neck.

If you’re looking to treat yourself or a loved one this holiday season, you can rock Swift’s look with a very similar—and eco-friendly—option from Peace Jewelers.

Peace Jewelers 14K Gold 15.00ctw Cultured Diamond Tennis Necklace, $12,499 (shophq.com)

Taylor Swift and tennis necklace

While not the exact piece Swift sported for her birthday outing, this stunning necklace is made with lab-grown diamonds that are less damaging on the environment than traditional, mined-diamonds. Not to mention, the cost is easier on your wallet, and there’s virtually no visual difference. The cultured diamond necklace is available in both white and yellow gold and features a tongue-and-groove clasp.

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