Strapless Gowns? These are the perfect Chokers for you

It is a universally acknowledged truth that for every neckline that exists, there is a special design for it. For your strapless dresses, there are chokers. Chokers are short necklaces that almost always hug the base of your neck. They are a statement in themselves and are very versatile. While you can count chokers for your indian attire, they also make excellent neck pieces for your strapless gowns.

Here’s some of our reasons why you should opt for chokers with your strapless dresses.

Minimal and Classy

There’s no secret in the world of jewellery that sometimes, it’s the smaller and minimal pieces that make a statement. With a single layer, minimal choker, you end up adding sophistication to your entire outfit. With a strapless gown, you want to ensure that you highlight your collarbone and neck region appropriately. With a simple and classy choker, you add a delicateness to your outfit and aesthetic. Of course this choker can be a band of metal or it can be a single layer of gemstones, it enhances your entire look. 

Layered choker

What’s better than a single layer choker for your strapless gown? Many more layers. Yes, you read that right. With a strapless gown, as much as you want to accessorise, it’s important to dress up or dress down according to the occasion you’re attending. Some occasions require you to elevate your entire look, in which case, opting for a layered choker is a good option. It adds an oomph factor in outfit, while making you look regal and red carpet ready. 

Pearl choker

At this point, we believe pearls can do no wrong. Pearls around your arms, ears and neck? Perfect. Pearls on your strapless gown? Still perfect. A pearl choker is timeless, I’m sure you’d find your mother and grandmother adorning pearls in old black and white pictures. A pearl choker is one the best ways to neutralise a look, and it pairs well with a strapless gown. It’s giving Audrey Hepburn, you know? And that can never go wrong. Pearls and women make a tale as old as time, and for good reason. If you’re looking to elevate your strapless gown, choose a timeless pearl choker. It can do no wrong.

American diamonds

If for any reason, you’re still figuring out what choker would suit your strapless gown, let's look at chokers adorned with American diamonds or Swarovski Crystals. Need we say more? We do? Okay, here it goes. If you’re attending fancier events like a red carpet or black tie dinner, this kind of a choker will pair perfectly with your strapless gown. They look sophisticated and you can add a pair of small dainty earrings to complete the look. Again, with American diamonds and swarovski crystals, you’re making a foolproof decision that cannot fail you. We suggest you go for it. 

Indian ethnic

Last but never the least, if you’re attending Indian events like a pre wedding and post wedding events chokers have got you covered. Strapless gowns have fusioned to become a part of wedding events like cocktail nights and sangeet. Adding a choker gives you the right amount of fun you can add to your outfit. Side note, chokers have always been a part of the Indian jewellery heritage and are a timeless piece of jewellery that will be a part of your collection. This also works great if you’re trying to create a modern contemporary fusion look with the Indian twist with your strapless gown and choker. 

Just as with any other piece of jewellery, chokers hold the potential of becoming inseparable and one of the most versatile pieces of jewellery in your collection. It all comes down to how you desire to style it. You can dress it up and you can dress it down. They can be paired with all kinds of outfits and aesthetics. For a strapless gown, you may want to not draw all the attention away from your outfit and for that, chokers are perfect. They add the right amount of bling and they also completely transform your look. The best part? There are so many styles to choose from that we’re confident you will find the one that suits your gown the best.

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