Whatever you call it – a choker, a collar, a bib – neckwear is back as the statement piece in jewelry this season. Whether worn dripping with diamonds or with clean, modern lines, the necklace has it all wrapped up.
By Fashion & Style Director Elyse Ranart
Lanvin Golden Mobile choker, with white crystals and glass-pearl bezel set in silver, $1,020, from Neiman Marcus, Town Center at Boca Raton.
Omega 14-kt.white gold collar, $1,800, and “Circle” 14-kt. gold pendant, with chocolate and white pave diamonds, $2,500, from Beverly’s Jewelers, Fort Lauderdale and Pembroke Pines.
Triple strand, 18-kt. white gold and diamond necklace, $26,000, from Levinson Jewelers, Fort Lauderdale.
Multi-strand, 18-kt. white gold bib necklace, with seven rows of bezel-set diamonds, price available upon request, from Levinson Jewelers, Fort Lauderdale.
18-kt. white-gold choker, with 10 matched cabochon-cut turquoise stones and diamonds, price available upon request, from the Prive’ Collection at King Jewelers, Aventura.
Ruffle, 18-kt. gold-woven collar with beaded chain trim, $3,200, from Windsor Diamonds, Fort Lauderdale.
Edwardian Revival-style collar, in 18-kt. white gold and diamond filigree design which converts to a bracelet, price available upon request, from King Jewelers, Aventura.
Woven cable, 18-kt. gold collar with diamonds and cultured pearls, price available upon request, from Daoud’s Fine Jewelry, Fort Lauderdale.
Ippolita “Bedrock” multi-stone, large collar necklace in blue-green doublet combination, $1,795, from Bloomingdale’s, Aventura Mall.
Fancy link, 14-kt. Italian gold choker, $7,054, from Carroll’s Jewelers, Fort Lauderdale.
Art deco vintage collar, 18-kt. gold with mother-of-pearl and emerald inlay, price available upon request, from Daoud’s Fine Jewelry, Fort Lauderdale.
Oscar de la Renta swirl collar, in 24-kt. gold-plated pewter and brass, $625, from Neiman Marcus, Town Center at Boca Raton.