The Max Mara woman doesn’t ask for much, just elegant clothes with clean lines and a good fit. Lucky for her, there’s plenty in the house’s resort collection, and if she is indeed taking this vacationwear on vacation, she’ll surely pack the long, silk shirtdresses in raspberry floral or basic brown as well as the midi-length knit tunics in color-blocked camel and cream. It’s a way of dressing that’s incredibly easy—just what you want on a holiday. But what if you also want to play around with and maybe reinvent that signature simplicity? The answer, according to Max Mara, is statement jewelry that’s personal to the wearer. In particular, the chunky necklaces made of chain link mixed with multiple strands of crystals and delicate rope, and the major metal pieces with big stone pendants (shown here) livened up each of the looks and helped the brand’s steady sophistication feel new.