With every passing day, Wedding Necklaces are becoming a style statement. More and more fashion conscious women prefer to step out into their wedding venue with their jewelry looking simple and stunning. Whether they’re going to the justice of the peace or a church, A great accessory to make your wedding dress complete. But there are so many types of necklaces, that it is difficult to choose one. You need to make sure your necklace goes with your wedding dress.
Let us take a look at the different necklace styles for women. This guide will help you decide the right necklace for you.
Chain necklaces are delicate pieces that are usually made of gold or silver. The different types of necklace chain styles are based on the same principle of links being connected together to make a long, continuous piece. The links can be processed using various treatment methods, however, to produce a variety of results. Treatment methods make each of the different types of necklace chain styles distinctly different from each other.
A choker is a type, or a style, of a necklace that is skin-tight. Unlike your average necklace, a choker doesn’t “hang” loose on your upper chest area. A choker wraps around the neck along the skin. Some chokers, like the one above, leave a little breathing room and some hug the neck with a very firm grip. Regardless of how loose or tight a necklace is, as long as its shape from the front looks like a half circle on your neck rather than a U or V shape, it is a choker.
A pendant is best described as the item or an article that is hanging from the chain of the necklace. A pendant can have any shape or form. As long as it is, or can be, attached to a chain that can be worn it is called a pendant. In the above picture, you can see two pendants. On the left the pendant is the violet crystal stone, on the right, the pendant is the silver half moon.
Now that you have checked out this list of necklace styles, which one do you think will suit your style and personality the most?
Disclaimer- This is a post in cooperation between Nakturnal and Tammie’s Take~.