From the gothic culture passing through the rebels 90’s girls, until the fashion runways from 2016. The choker necklace born as an accessory for the gothic fans, and it used to be part of their identity. It gave them a stronger look when they wore it and it was commonly seen as a dark style.
A few years later, the grunge culture and its raising at the early 90’s, started to use it in a more unkempt way, using less black in their outfits but still with that dark look. Little by little the choker necklace was becoming more commercial, the grunge culture was becoming more popular and started to influence the pop culture.
For the late 90’s the choker necklace was massive, younger people using it in all the colors imaginable. It was even launched a choker necklace with rainbow colours! The trend became so popular that people got tired of it…
Since 2015, we have seen the shy come-back of the choker necklace is getting stronger and it has arrived the time that it’s a jewelry must have trend. This versatile accessory has invaded the runways of Oscar De La Renta, Balmain, Dior, Elie Saab, Lanvin, Puma x Rihanna and many more!
It’s definitely about time for you to get one, if you haven’t decided yet. Here, we show you some of our favorites looks (maybe because they all have a little boho chic touch). You can see what kind of neckline you should use if you want to wear you choker necklace.
As we showed you, you can wear the choker necklace with an open neckline or closed one, even if it’s high. If we pay attention to the previous pictures: if you are wearing a choker with a dress or blouse with an open neckline, you’ll look beautiful with your hair loose; and if, on the contrary, you are planning to wear a high neckline, you’ll look better with your hair thigh or at least out of your face.
At Ibiza Passion we are about to launch our own line of choker necklaces for the season Fall / Winter 2016, so be prepared to be one of the first to be have yours! @ www.ShopIbizaPassion.com