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 NecklacesA 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 [via]
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 5inchandup.blogspot.com