Neckline Styles


Necklines Styles:
Bateau
This style sweeps across your collarbone to the edge of your shoulders.
Try one or two strands worn close to your throat.

Halter
This is a difficult neckline to accessorize with a necklace because most styles will touch the neckline at some point. You may want to consider working with earrings or just a pendant.

Jewel
This is a high rounded neckline that sits next to your throat.
Most necklace lengths and styles will work well.

Open Collar

Try a chunky necklace that will stand out behind the collar, or have multiple layers underneath
the collar.

Scoop


This is a U-shaped neckline, multiple strands that fill in the U go well with this style.

Square Neck
An easy curving shape in a choker or princess length should work well.

Strapless
Anything close to the neck (under 18 inches) works well. Consider a choker or princess style, Y-drop, or pearls. Personally I love big, big chandelier earrings with strapless and no necklace.

Turtleneck
Any of the longer strands will work well.

V-Neck
Consider imitating the V lines with a Y-drop, pendant or solitaire. Something simple.
Whatever style you choose make sure that the necklace you are wearing is comfortable. Pick your own style whether it's trendy or traditional.

2 comments:

EZ Duzit said...

this is really helpful! thanks for the post!

Soho500 said...

You are welcome EZDuzit..Look forward to another post coming soon concerning the different lengths of necklaces.