How To Style A Choker

Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun.

Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle.

What I Wore- Tee- eBay, Choker- c/o Lisa Q of Sweden, Bomber Jacket- H&M, Watch- c/o Wittnauer, Purse- Michael Kors, Sequin Pants- Aerie, Booties- c/o Cougar
Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle. Whether it’s thick, thin, lace, velvet, metal, metallic, black, white or colourful, a choker is this season’s hottest accessory. It packs a major punch for such a tiny embellishment. It’s been seen on practically everyone, from A-list celebrities, to runways to bloggers and influencers alike. Anyone who’s anyone has been wearing a choker this year. It instantly turns even the most basic of outfits into a trendsetting street-style statement. For someone who grew up in the 90’s rocking all sorts of chokers, I never thought I’d see the day when they made their comeback, but I’m happy they did. I think it has to do with the fact that there’s something incredibly sexy about tying something around your neck? Although it gives a slight grunge, kind of edgy feel, it’s still flirty and fun. Although chokers may seem a little intimidating at first, there’s really no wrong way to wear them. Style them with your favourite high-wasited jeans and crop top for a little retro feel or with a crisp white button down and pencil skirt to give a fun and flirty feel to an otherwise basic professional look. A dark floral dress, a vampy lip and over-the-knee socks or boots paired with a velvet choker gives the illusion of traveling back in time, to the 90’s, but with a fresh and new vibe to it. Love a statement choker with an off-the-shoulder top for a real trendy and current feel. Today I kept it simple with a wrap choker paired with a basic tee. I gave it a slight edge with sequin pants and a chic faux leather bomber jacket. Can you tell I’m ready for the holiday season, just give me all the sparkle.

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