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5 Must-Have Choker Necklaces for the Trendy Girl

Updated on August 5, 2019
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Top Choker Styles

Choker necklaces have been around since forever. They were the jewelry of choice among ancient Egyptians and Chinese, they were prominent during the French revolution, and they were trendy at some points in the 20th Century. Any jewelry item that has been around for so long would have evolved greatly over the years. So, the diverse nature of the chokers we have around today is quite understandable. If you are a fan of this snuggly-fitting necklace style, here are five choker necklaces that you must have in your wardrobe:

Rhinestone statement choker

This statement choker is specially made for night outs and special occasions and it promises to make you look sexy and trendy, all at once. Although the choker is bold enough to walk alone, you can make it an even better sight to behold by combining it with a longer necklace. Rhinestone chokers blend perfectly with evening attires. If you must wear it in the daytime, however, you can combine it with a blouse and a pair of distressed jeans to achieve a hot, edgy look.

Layered choker necklaces

It’s hard to go wrong with layered necklace styles but layering chokers take you to a different level of cool. Fabric chokers are best for layering and you can tie two around your neck and round the look off with a longer necklace. This style has a minimalistic feel to it and it goes well with simple blouses. For a classier look, you can layer dainty, chain chokers. If you do not feel like rocking multiple chokers, you can make do with thin short necklaces arranged in a layered fashion.

Lace chokers

Lace chokers have an air of sophistication and elegance about them, plus their versatility ensures they blend seamlessly with any outfit. For a stunning look, you can pair a lace choker with a low cut-top. This way, the lace choker is able to draw all the attention it naturally demands.

Chain chokers

Chain choker necklaces have a vintage feel about them and they look best when they are oversized. If you wish to go for a minimalistic, yet classy look, you can layer a few dainty, chain chokers with varying lengths. You can try rocking this style with a low-cut top; it’s the perfect way to turn an everyday outfit into a wonderful sight to behold.

Wrap chokers

Wrap chokers are arguably the most versatile of all choker necklace styles. They are made from a variety of materials, including but not limited to tassel, string, faux leather, and suede. They are particularly common in the summer as they go well with casual, revealing tops. Perhaps, the best thing about white chokers is that they can be styled in many different ways. Time and again, they bring out the fashion genius in women.

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      22 months ago

      My little grands are going to be preteen soon and they would enjoy having some of these. Thanks for the guide.


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