Numerous Reasons To Finally Embrace Choker Trend

Several fashion trends come and go but only a few of them are still with us. They are revived because of their unique look or they enhance the personality. This is the reason that choker trend was never out of fashion since 1798.

Buy Chokers Starting @ $2.99

Recently the choker movement has been transformed into a trend once again. This time it will stay with us for a long duration. So here are some of the reasons that why you should embrace the choker trend.

Girl-wearing-Trendy-Weave-Tattoo-ChokerGirl-Wearing-Ribbon-Star-Choker-Necklace                                                                                  Trendy Weave Tattoo Choker                  Ribbon Star Choker Necklace

Elegant statement piece

The best thing about the choker trend is that it is very elegant. You can convert it into your style statement. It has been worn by many historical personalities and even in the present age many celebrities love to wear the choker necklace as an indication that they love this trend

They look good on everyone

Every woman will look amazing with the choker necklace in her neck. The reason is that they are easy to wear and their delicacy will make every head turn in your direction. You will be amazed to notice that people will fall in love with your new look.

Sexy as hell

When you wear the choker, all the attention is grabbed by your collarbone that is also known as the beauty bone. It means that the opposite gender will find it hard to avoid your looks and beauty. This is the reason that most of the men love it when their partner is wearing choker necklace. So make sure that you have one in your collection.

Perfect for every occasion

You can wear your choker to any occasion that you like. They are perfect with casual and formal dresses. For the regular use, you can have the plain black choker. When you have to attend a party, the lace choker in white or red shade will make it hard for the men to take their eye off you.

Comfortable

Most of the accessories that we wear are not very comfortable. Their metal often causes allergic relation to the skin. However, it is not the case with the choker. The reason is that it is available in different materials and if you have sensitive skin you can wear the one that is made from fabric.

So it is the time that you add some of the best choker necklaces in your accessory collection. Pair them with your dress and rock the party. Make everyone ask that from where you got this amazing necklace.   

Variety

The choker trend is not bound to a few styles. There are numerous designs that you will find in the choker necklace. Some of them have been listed below:

  • The plain chain like choker
  • Multiple chains with pendant
  • Metallic choker necklace
  • The variety with rhinestone
  • The one with delicate bling
  • Lace Choker

Make sure that you select the one that compliments your style in the best possible way. You can also have them all in your collection.

1. Classy Flower Choker Necklace

>>Buy This Classy Flower Choker Necklace

2. Handmade Romantic Lace Choker Necklace

>>Buy This Handmade Romantic Lace Choker Necklace

3. Rhinestone Maxi Collar Choker Necklace

>>Buy This Rhinestone Maxi Collar Choker Necklace

4. Tri-Layered Ribbon Choker Necklace

     

    >>Buy This Tri-Layered Ribbon Choker Necklace

    5. Classic DIY Tassel Lace Choker

    >>Buy This Classic DIY Tassel Lace Choker

    CLICK FOR FULL RANGE OF CHOKERS

     

    Search

    Just added to your cart:
    Qty:
    Total:
    Subtotal:
    Excl. postage 
    My Bag
    Just added to your wishlist:
    Excl. postage 
    My Wishlist

    Unsure of what size will fit you best? Check out the size guides below to find the perfect fit.

    OUR SIZE POLICY

    Please refer to the sizing chart before placing your order. All items are made to order unless otherwise stated. We DO accept returns or exchanges for incorrectly chosen sizes, please email us at care@thegemgirl.com.


    JEWELRY SIZE CHARTS

    Button Earring size chart

    Size
    Earring Diameter (in)
    Earring Diameter (mm)
    XS 3/4 in 19mm
    S 7/8 in 22mm
    M 1 1/8 in 28mm
    L 1 1/2 in 38mm
    XL 1 7/8 in 48mm

     

    Bracelet size chart

    How to find your correct bracelet size

    Use a measuring tape to measure your wrist. If you don't have a measuring tape, you can use a piece of string to wrap around your wrist, then measure the length of the string against a ruler.

    For a looser fit, choose one size below your true bracelet size and for a more snug fit, choose one size above your true bracelet size.

    Wrist Size (in)
    Bracelet Size (in)
    Bracelet Size (cm)
    5.5 inches 6 inches 15.25 cm
    6 inches 6.5 inches 16.5 cm
    6.5 inches 7 inches 17.75 cm
    7 inches 7.5 inches 19 cm
    7.5 inches 8 inches 20.30 cm

     

    Necklace size chart

    Necklace length chart

    The right necklace length varies from person to person. Standard women’s necklace lengths are 16 to 20 inches, but different chain lengths are appropriate for different styles and outfits.

    12” necklace: A 12” necklace fits tightly around the neck.

    16” necklace: A 16” necklace hits just above the collarbone and fits tightly against the base of the throat. This is the ideal length for petite frames and is one of the most common women’s necklace length.

    18” necklace: An 18” necklace falls right about at the collarbone and is the most popular necklace length among women.

    20” necklace: A 20” necklace falls a few inches below the collarbone, perfect for women who want some breathing room. This length works best with a higher neckline.

    24” necklace: A 24” necklace falls below the neckline.

    36” necklace: A 36” necklace hangs below the bust and is typically reserved for long, beaded necklaces such as pearl necklaces. They have often wrapped around twice to form double strand necklaces.

     

      

    CARE TIPS FOR JEWELRY

    Wood, Bone, and Horn:

    These beads and pendants can be cleaned with a soft, dry polishing cloth. Do not use moisture as these materials are porous in nature and can be easily damaged by too much moisture. Furniture polishes and waxes may be used, but be sure to test first on a small area as they can discolor the beads.

    Gemstones:

    Do not expose gemstones to salt water, chlorine, or detergents as these can erode the finish and polish of gemstone beads. Wipe beads clean with a soft, damp cloth to enhance the luster. For a more thorough cleaning, use a damp cloth with a little bit of mild dish soap. For beads that are exceptionally dirty, soak them in warm water in a small bowl with a small amount of gentle dish soap. You may scrub them with a very soft toothbrush. Dry with a soft cloth.

    Glass:

    Glass beads can dull over time. They can be cleaned in groups with a household glass cleaner or rubbing alcohol and a soft, absorbent cloth. Spray the beads sparingly a few at a time, and wipe the cleaner away with the cloth. Rub the cloth over the beads until they are clean and shiny. Glass beads can also be cleaned with a soft cloth that has been dipped in mild dishwashing detergent, rinsed off with a second cloth that is damp with clean water, and dried with a soft cloth.

    Oxidized/Antique Silver:

    Any silver bead that has been intentionally oxidized for an antique look requires special care. A chemical tarnish remover can clean off the intentional oxidization. To clean antiqued beads use a polishing cloth with a mild jewelry cleaner paste that can be rinsed off with water.

    Gold:

    Gold is one of the softest metals and should be stored away from other beads and jewelry to prevent scratching. Store in a soft fabric box or pouch for the best results. Gold can be cleaned with special gold-cleaning jewelry cleaner for tough dirt. For simple cleanings, use a soft polishing cloth and gently rub gold beads and findings to restore luster and shine.

    These beads and pendants can be cleaned with a soft, dry polishing cloth. Do not use moisture as these materials are porous in nature and can be easily damaged by too much moisture. Furniture polishes and waxes may be used, but be sure to test first on a small area as they can discolor the beads.

    Pearls:

    Pearls are exceptionally soft and can be easily scratched and nicked. Store pearls separately from other beads and findings in a soft pouch. Do not use any abrasive materials, such as a toothbrush, to clean pearls as it can damage them. Pearls can be regularly cleaned with a soft, slightly damp cloth. For a more thorough cleaning, use a mild detergent or a jewelry cleaner that has been marked safe for pearls. Gently rub the pearls and wipe away the detergent with another damp cloth that has no soap. Dry with a soft cloth. Do not immerse in water while cleaning.

    Gemstones:

    Do not expose gemstones to salt water, chlorine, or detergents as these can erode the finish and polish of gemstone beads. Wipe beads clean with a soft, damp cloth to enhance the luster. For a more thorough cleaning, use a damp cloth with a little bit of mild dish soap. For beads that are exceptionally dirty, soak them in warm water in a small bowl with a small amount of gentle dish soap. You may scrub them with a very soft toothbrush. Dry with a soft cloth.

    Glass:

    Glass beads can dull over time. They can be cleaned in groups with a household glass cleaner or rubbing alcohol and a soft, absorbent cloth. Spray the beads sparingly a few at a time, and wipe the cleaner away with the cloth. Rub the cloth over the beads until they are clean and shiny. Glass beads can also be cleaned with a soft cloth that has been dipped in mild dishwashing detergent, rinsed off with a second cloth that is damp with clean water, and dried with a soft cloth.

    Sterling Silver:

    Store silver beads in an airtight container, like a zip lock bag, and away from anything acidic or sulfuric. Rubber, paper, or cardboard, for example, will tarnish silver and turn it black. Silver is also very soft and can be easily scratched. Clean it with a soft cloth, specialized sterling silver cleaning cloths are available, or use a 100% cotton cloth. For beads that have tarnished, silver dips will remove the blackening but can damage beads so they tarnish faster in the future.

    To remove tarnish without silver cleaner, line a heat proof glass bowl with aluminum foil. Place your beads or finished jewelry in the bowl. Add a heaping teaspoon of baking soda and then pour in boiling water. Stir with a plastic or wooden spoon, stirring slowly and allowing the silver to touch the aluminum foil as much as possible. Leave it for a few minutes, remove carefully and rinse well. Dry with a soft cloth. After this, store your silver in an airtight container to prevent further tarnishing.

    Oxidized/Antique Silver:

    Any silver bead that has been intentionally oxidized for an antique look requires special care. A chemical tarnish remover can clean off the intentional oxidization. To clean antiqued beads use a polishing cloth with a mild jewelry cleaner paste that can be rinsed off with water.

    Copper, Brass, and Bronze:

    If the beads have an intentional patina or are antiqued, do not use household cleaners on these beads or findings. Simply wipe dirt off with a dry cloth and a soft brush. Polish with a wax and allow to dry.

    To remove a patina or tarnish, soak your beads or findings in warm water with a tablespoon of lemon juice and a tablespoon of salt. Rinse with clear water and dry with a soft cloth.