Chokers

Chokers have easily become the most popular accessories for the summer. I love how they add to an outfit! The only down side is how much they can cost, especially for a string of material. Some chokers are easy to make on your own if you are feeling crafty but other times it can be easier and more cost effective to purchase them. The first picture is a choker that I made. All it took was me finding a thin piece of suede around my house, cutting it to the perfect length, and then tying it around my neck.

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The next two chokers are ones that I purchased and are my go-to. The first is a bolo choker that I bought off of Amazon. I love how versatile it is; you can use it in a variety of ways.

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Wrap Choker

This one is from Urban Outfitters. It can turn any outfit around. I threw it on with a t-shirt, which made it look like I spent more time on my outfit than I actually did!

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Velvet Choker

The last choker is my newest addition. I am obsessed with layering necklaces, especially when the pieces come already layered. The one I am wearing is from Free People. I paired it with a top from FP as well. I thought it worked out perfectly! The links to all of the chokers are listed below!

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