When choosing a wedding look, jewelry is often an afterthought (it’s all about the dress, right?). But sometimes, smaller details can really go a long way, which is why we’re going to make it easy for you: get a choker or two, and wear on repeat. Why? Chokers are the rare elegant, modern, and cool necklace style that works for bride, wedding party, and guests alike. Plus, they get major bonus points for working with a variety of necklines, and are easily dressed up or down. Scroll down to see some of our must-shop favorites from Eddie Borgo to Mango, and everything in between.
On Lily Aldridge: Marc Alary choker
Gabriela Artigas Orbit Choker ($210) in Yellow Gold
This choker, from one of our favorite jewelry designers, offers chic minimalism at its best. This beauty hits on the delicate jewelry trend as well.
Eddie Borgo Safety Chain Choker ($375) in Silver
We think this edgy choker would look so cool paired with a feminine floral dress.
Club Monaco Tippi Statement Necklace ($99) in Jet/Pink Sand
This choker makes a subtle statement that’s sure to dress up a simple dress.
Pieces of Starr Open Flat Choker ($170)
The simple, handmade feel of this versatile choker lends itself well to patterned or embellished dresses.
Kenneth Jay Lane Pearl Choker Necklace ($50) in Pearl/Gold
Two trends in one, at a great price point, is hard to beat.
Mango Snake Chain Choker ($40) in Gold
We’re getting a subtle ‘80s vibe from this golden chain.
Pamela Love Sunset Choker Necklace ($255) in Brass/Onyx
Pamela Love nailed it with this perfectly-sized pendant.
Loren Stewart Pearl & Gold Wire Choker ($375) in 14k Gold
A whisper-thin pearl and gold piece has investment appeal in spades. This is a lovely choice for a bride.
Balenciaga Hinged Cage Choker ($695) in Rose Goldtone
This designer piece is practically a work of art. We’re not saying it’s inexpensive by any means, but it’s Balenciaga for less than $1,000!
Lady Grey Silver Plated Cheval Collar ($106)
Wear this collar with the opening to the front to display the ingenious equestrian detail. A chic conversation piece is always a plus at weddings.