Statement chokers and collar necklaces are trending. With the holidays right around the corner, consider how wearing one would enhance your look in dresses, sweaters, and on Zoom. You will find many bold, innovative, and colorful pieces in this post from black owned brands. These include brass, beaded, fabric, up- and re-cycled, as well as sterling silver and fine gold jewelry statement chokers and collar necklaces. Check out the company and product links below for details.
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- 54kibo (advertisement) offers an open cuff brass choker that is handcrafted of recycled metal and Maasai glass beads. Habida and and Luna brass chokers are also available.
- Auvere (advertisement) offers 22 karat convertible rope necklaces that can be worn in different choker styles.
- Brave Chick (advertisement) offers several chokers. These include a “colliding galaxies mirror choker” with quartz stones, and chokers embellished with pearls.
- Cloth & Chord is also available on Amazon (advertisement).
- Gemdrops and Glamrocks (advertisement) offers a moon necklace choker made with upcycled materials, and a wood bead choker with a glass peacock feather pendant.
- Serena Williams Jewelry (advertisement) offers a white gold and pavé diamond collar necklace consisting of 3 1/3 carats. It adjusts from 14 to 18 inches.
- Adele Dejak offers a large selection of chokers made of recycled brass, and aluminum. Chokers are handcrafted in Africa and infused with cultural symbolism.
- Elouinia Exantus Jewelry offers a 90’s crystal choker for which there are options for crystals and beads.
- L’enchanteur offers a bean neck plate that is available in several options (gold plated, sterling, and 14 karat).
- Mombasa offers a gemstone collar necklace that combines citrine, amethyst, and quartz with 14K gold filled metal.
- Tru Face by Grace (advertisement) offers many choker styles necklaces. Examples include a Zeenat vintage choker in various color combinations and a genuine buffalo horn collar necklace. A Queen Rajendra ethnic choker and a Tibet beaded choker are also available.
Unlimited Masterpieces offers a “be the definition” collar necklace with intertwined beads. There are several color options.
In reviewing these chokers I hope you find one or more that work for you.
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To learn more about the statement choker/collar necklace trend. Check out the following sources.
- Laginess, Laura. “8 jewelry trends from the Spring 2021 runways that will be everywhere next season.” 11 October, 2020. https://www.thezoereport.com/p/8-jewelry-trends-from-the-spring-2021-runways-that-will-be-everywhere-next-season-37650681
- Liao, Marina. “The jewelry trends you’ll wear with your 2020 outfits.” 29 June, 2020. https://www.marieclaire.com/fashion/g30431307/jewelry-trends-2020/?slide=6
- Torgerson, Rachel and Flum, Danielle. “12 2020 Fall jewelry trends you’re about to see everywhere.” 13 July, 2020. https://www.cosmopolitan.com/style-beauty/fashion/g31025659/fall-jewelry-trends-2020/