Over the course of Spring/Summer, it seems like chokers made their come back. This time rather than being the typical 'tattoo' choker that swamped the 90's, fashion trends have warped and shaken up the choker, bringing us new trends and looks with assistance of the choker.
You could probably wear a thin velvet choker and rock it with near enough any dressed up outfit to give it a retro feel. There's something simple about the velvet choker, allowing the texture of the item to be the main focus.
Either purchase a layered choker like this from NastyGal, or simply rock a few of your own pieces to build up that layered look! Layered chokers are best worn with outfits that aren't already craving too much attention, avoid patterns and busy pieces around the chest and neckline,
Grunge has always been a favourite of mine in terms of clothing. Those of you that know me, you'll know I'm a sucker for gun-metal grey spikes and studs on either boots or clothing! I'm really liking these grunge chains and chokers that are currently in trend right now, the darker the silver, the grungier the accessory ;)
Varying from shapes, letters and other embellishments. The 90's trend choker seems to have an alternative theme. Typically black and silver. Add it with some space buns in your hair and a slogan-tee, you'll fit right back into the 90's.
Delicate chokers are definitely the 'girlier' option if you're wanting to rock the choker look. Simple thin chains, a pretty embellishment without anything too over the top or complicated. This one from river island you could pair up with a low cut black jumpsuit or perhaps a plain black t-shirt to bring out the black in the stone.
I have also seen on the streets or especially in fashion articles people opting to wear bandanas around their neck in a choker-like fashion, you don't need to limit yourself to a typical jewellery piece.