What Is the Right Necklace Length for Different Necklines?

July 14, 2017
woman wearing a jewelry on her turtleneck

The right necklace can provide the perfect finishing touch for your favorite outfit. When you are shopping for a new necklace at your local jewelry store, you will encounter many different necklace lengths and styles. By choosing a necklace that compliments the neckline of your garment, you will achieve total harmony in your outfit. Let’s take a look at different necklace lengths and how they pair with various necklines.

Collar Necklace

A collar necklace is slightly longer than a choker, but not as long as a statement-length pendant necklace. One of the hallmarks of a collar necklace design is its fully embellished chain. Your new collar necklace will pair perfectly with an understated neckline, such as a crew neck or boat neck top. It is important to make sure that the end of the collar necklace sits slightly below the top of your shirt’s neckline.

Choker Necklace

The choker necklace has made a major comeback in recent years. If you have recently invested in a new choker, you may be looking for the perfect neckline to accompany your new piece of jewelry. Chokers look great when they are combined with low necklines, such as halter tops or V-necks. A low neckline elongates the neck and lets the choker really shine.

Long Pendant Necklace

A long pendant necklace is a very versatile piece of jewelry that can be worn with many different necklines. To allow your long pendant necklace to make a major fashion statement, you can wear it with a turtleneck or other high-neck top. Long pendants also look graceful when they are paired with low cut blouses.

For help pairing your jewelry to your wardrobe, consult the team at Fast Fix Tucson. Our jewelry store offers fine pieces to suit every budget and style, and we can help you choose the perfect necklace for your favorite outfit. Call our Tucson Mall location at (520) 696-0403 or our Park Place Mall location at (520) 514-9292 to hear more about our featured pieces.

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