It's a trend that's been creeping back thanks to an overall '90s resurgence. The choker, of the velvet, metal, rhinestone or leather variety, has been seen on the necks of models-off-duty, everyday cool girls and, of course, North West as of late. See who's setting the trend and shop the necklaces—slip dress accompaniment optional.
The Next Generation
Paradis' teenage daughter Lily-Rose Depp picks up where her mom left off in a multi-wrapped version last year.
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Up the ante on a simple black string with some gem appeal.
Eddie Borgo collar, $200, shopBAZAAR.com
Rihanna Wears her choker with chains for a clever mix of metal and fabric.
Take note in one steal of a necklace that has it all.
ASOS velvet and charm choker, $14.50, asos.com.
Behanti Prinsloo is all on-board for the trend, donning a simple version at the airport, for a night out and on the red carpet at the Met Gala. Can you say versatility?
Black and Gold
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While black is the color of choice for the choker now, mixing in some gold detail is a welcome addition.
Lizzie Fortunato choker, $450, shopBAZAAR.com.
The Littlest Fan
North West has been seen in custom Fallon necklaces on more than one occasion, including post-ballet.
Daphne Groeneveld is a more mature Fallon fan, who has donned the current season leather and rhinestone choker.
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One of the most inspired new takes on the '90s staple.
Monarch 100 Stone choker, $400, fallonjewelry.com.
Gigi Hadid simply ties a suede string around her neck to get the choker effect.
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A girl can never go wrong in gold.
The black choker of varying widths has become a go-to for girls of a certain stature.
Take the idea a step further with an over-the-top tassel.
Saint Laurent choker, $495, net-a-porter.com.
The look has its roots in rocker chic, as this pink haired beauty so perfectly illustrates.
Spring 2016's runways continue to have an eye on the neck, with new iterations taking center stage—including chain links at Chanel, artful ideas at J.W. Anderson and a new look at scarves at Dior.