How to Try the Choker Trend on Your Wedding Day

Bridal Choker Necklaces Trend

Photo: Courtesy of vendors; Illustration by Christina Park

If you’ve ever scoped out the jewelry in bridal boutiques, you’ve probably noticed most of the jewelry has a vintage feel. Looking for something modern? Go with an of-the-moment collar necklace in sleek metals, refined pearls and diamonds to look current. To find one that complements your wedding dress, consider your neckline. Strapless, scoop necks, off-the-shoulder, and v-neck are a good match, then mimic the tone and feel of your gown with one of the below.

1. Add a bohemian touch with this gold-leaf open collar necklace. Understated yet classically elegant, this romantic piece is perfect for achieving a cool look for laid-back brides. Open Leaf Choker Necklace, $26.87, ASOS

2. Sporty, casual mesh gets a modern, elegant update in braided metal. The refined look mirrors the clean lines of a simple wedding dress, taking sophistication to another level. Somerset Braid Necklace, $1,250, Tiffany & Co

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3. Sometimes it’s best to stick with a classic. Dainty and delicate, a row of tiny pearls is updated with a modern silver sphere charm. Timeless lace with a deep V-neckline is its obvious classic counterpart. Small Imitation Pearl Necklace, $128, Joomi Lim available at Shopbop

4. If you’re looking for a simple way to add a modern edge to your look, you can turn to this sleek 14k gold choker necklace. Accented with a single Akoya pearl, this classic gold and pearl combination adds the perfect minimalistic touch to your wedding day ensemble. 14-Karat Gold Pearl Choker, $8,200, Sophie Bille Brahe available at Net-a-Porter

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