How to wear Choker Necklaces: Do's and Don'ts

How to wear Choker Necklaces: Do's and Don'ts


Choker necklaces are making a huge comeback in the fashion world. This 90s-style accessory is one of the hottest trends right now, so discover how to pair them like a true fashionista.  

If you are looking for a unique and elegant style, then you will love the choker necklaces from the On Post collection. In this article you will discover the best fashion and style tips to keep you trending in street style with this iconic accessory.

 

What are Choker Necklaces?

Choker necklaces are one of the hottest fashion trends right now, with their 90s style making a huge comeback. Traditionally seen as an accessory worn by royalty or aristocracy in the 16th and 17th centuries, choker necklaces remain popular to this day due to their versatility and timeless look.

They can be both casual and dressy depending on the occasion, making them incredibly versatile and stylish. Whether you’re looking for a classic pearl choker necklace or something more modern and edgy, chokers are sure to add a touch of sophistication to any outfit.

Choker necklaces have been a popular trendy accessory for the past few seasons, with their resurgence from the 90s style, these statement pieces are perfect for making any outfit look more unique and stylish. Chokers come in many different styles, from velvet chokers to chokers made of metals or pearls, in this case I recommend using the Resort Choker Necklace by Viviane Guenoun. 

 

 

 

 

They can be worn alone, or paired with other accessories such as earrings and bracelets for a more eye-catching look. Whether you’re looking for something simple and classic, or something bold and daring choker necklaces can easily become your go-to accessory! So if you’re looking to add some extra glamour to your wardrobe, these necklaces are definitely worth considering. 

 

Interesting tips for wearing Choker Necklaces 

Choker necklaces are back in a big way, and they can add a trendy touch to any outfit, these chokers first gained popularity in the 90s, and they’ve been making a comeback ever since. Chokers come in all styles and materials, so you can find one that perfectly suits your style. Here are some tips for wearing choker necklaces:

1. Choose chokers with interesting details like gems or pendants to make a statement. You can even layer chokers of different lengths if you want to create an eye-catching look, for example you can use the fashion choker necklace Dot by Elisheva & Constance with the vintage hat Eclipse by Luisa Ferné. 

2. Experiment with different choker fabrics—there’s velvet, leather, ribbon, and more! Some chokers come with adjustable  closures, so you can customize the fit.

3.To create a vintage 90s look, pair choker necklaces with oversized sweaters and chunky boots. For a more modern take on chokers, team them up with midriff-baring tops or off-the shoulder dresses.

4. When it comes to chokers, less is often more—so don’t go overboard with other accessories! Let your choker necklace be the star of the show.

5. If chokers aren’t your thing, you can also opt for choker-inspired jewelry like choker earrings or choker bracelets. These pieces will give you the same 90s vibe without having to wear an actual choker necklace.

6. For a subtle touch that still makes a statement, try wearing a delicate choker with tiny pendants or charms. This is a great way to add some style without being too over-the-top.

7. Don’t be afraid to mix and match chokers of different materials, colors, and textures.

With these tips in mind, you’ll be sure to rock choker necklaces like a pro! So what are you waiting for? Get out there and get ready to make a statement with your choker necklace! 



Choker Necklaces outfit ideas and inspiration 

Choker necklaces are a trendy accessory that can help elevate any outfit, whether you’re looking to make a statement or add an understated touch of elegance, choker necklaces are the perfect way to do just that. From chunky chokers to delicate designs and everything in between, there is sure to be something for everyone, here are some choker necklaces outfit ideas and inspiration for how you can wear this stylish accessory! 

For a chic and sophisticated look, pair a choker necklace with a sleek black dress or jumpsuit and cover up with the Saint Blazer Green by Lésem. You can also opt for an edgier vibe by adding a choker necklace to your favorite jeans and t-shirt combination.

 
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For something fun yet still polished, go for a choker necklace and a patterned dress or a nice blouse, for example you can wear the Ilusión Blouse by Concepción Miranda. No matter how you choose to combine it, choker necklaces will instantly add a touch of elegance to any outfit. 

 

 
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When wearing choker necklaces, remember that less is more. For a minimalist look, try pairing one choker with an understated ensemble. Or take your choker game up a notch by layering multiple necklaces for maximum impact. Whatever your style may be, choker necklaces can help you create an effortless and stylish look that is sure to turn heads.

With so many options available, why not explore the versatility of chokers today? So experiment and have fun with choker necklaces, the possibilities are endless!

 

 

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By Melissa Zanini 

 

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