This summer’s accessories have been total throwback fashions, such as the skinny scarf and brow bar sunglasses — proving once and for all you should really never throw anything away because eventually everything will come back en vogue (kidding). When it comes to necklaces of 2016, one ’90s trend has dominated them all: the choker.
And it looks like it’s here to stay through fall, thanks to celebs who are still sporting them, such as Bella Thorne, whose lace version is the re-up you’ve been looking for. Delicate and lady-like but still slightly provocative, lace is going to be huge for fall. Go ahead and stock up for fall — you’re going to want to rock one of these with all your layered outfits.
1. Vanessa Mooney Grand Arcade Choker ($26): Lace doesn’t have to mean something you’d find hanging in your grandma’s house — it can be something modern and interesting, like this one. Pair it with an off-the-shoulder top now, and with a shirt dress into fall.
2. Frida Layered Lace Choker ($20): Four for the price of one sounds about right! This layered choker is sweet in summer with a simple tank, and can be worn with jeans, a tee and a blazer into chillier temps.
3. B.P. Lace Choker ($15): If your fall fashion plans include channeling Claire Danes in My So-Called Life, this pretty drop lace choker would be a good call.
4. Vanessa Mooney Lace Choker With Labradorite ($48): This delicately scalloped choker will help you close out summer in style, but can also lighten up any all-black getup going into fall.
5. Free People Dixie Lace Coin Choker ($28): If you’re still a ‘70s boho babe at heart, try a choker like this one that incorporates some groovy bling into the crochet-style lace.
6. Humble Chic Scalloped Lace Choker ($28): If you’re looking for something graphic, bold and on which to base an entire outfit, you’d be hard pressed to look further than this pretty one from Humble Chic.
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