CHOCKERS | Choker necklaces | Jewelry

Ready to follow in these ladies' fabulous footsteps and incorporate a marvelous metal choker into your fall wardrobe? We thought you might be, so we found a range of interesting options for you to consider. 

If you're looking for a substantial style and aren't afraid of studs, you'll definitely love Topshop's Stud Metal Torq Necklace ($35), which has an incredibly reasonable price tag too. Craving something with black links like the YSL runway iteration? Don't miss Vince Camuto's Link Necklace ($75, available any day), which also comes in an ivory version. Have a little more-okay, a lot more-cash to spare? Then you might want to indulge in Mawi's Femme Fatale Collar with Spikes and Crystal Gems ($1393). It's got a vintage-meets-luxe-punk look that's incredibly cool and very editorial, though it's an investment, for sure. 

But back to reality: if you're crazy about Jen Brill's Delfina Delettrez collar, but want something more affordable, you simply must check out Dannijo's Aram Necklace ($158) :

Naomi Necklaces
A sleek addition to any wardrobe, the Naomi collar is quickly becoming everyone's favorite necklace.
As seen on Kim Kardashian,  14k gold or silver plated necklace
 Measures approx 1" wide; open in Back,  Handmade in New York (with Love), $172.00 

It's part of the Mr. Dannijo collection (a collaboration with Leandra Medine, aka The Man Repeller) and is available in oxidized silver or oxidized brass. Also be sure to take a look at Reiss' Hutton Tubular Metal and Resin Choker ($115), Fallon's fabulous Bourdin Bike Chain Choker ($190), and Annie Costello Brown's Black Leather Chain Collar ($350), which is the coolest.

Photo of Margherita Missoni, courtesy of Getty; Photos of Jen Brill and Taylor Tomasi Hill, courtesy of Billy Farrell Agency; Photo of Jessica Hart, courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo; Street Style photo, courtesy of

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