Chokers Are Coming Back Thanks to Givenchy & Other Luxury Designers

Nineties fashion is coming back with a vengeance—and choker necklaces are popping up everywhere. But, they’ve come a long way since the ’90s. Gone are elastic black bands and Victorian velvet ribbons. Today’s chokers are crafted from gold, silver, pearls, and crystals, making them more luxurious than ever before. They’re the perfect way to spice up any blah outfit and add some ’90s flair to your wardrobe.

Givenchy Woven choker in gold-tone brass ($1,495)

This textured gold choker looks great when paired with a plunging neckline or off-the-shoulder top. Intricate detailing gives just the right amount of edginess without going overboard.

Paula Mendoza Hera Choker ($975)

WIth Paula Mendoza’s signature perforated beading, the Hera choker speaks for itself. This major statement piece pairs nicely with a sleek pulled back ponytail.

Michael Kors Statement Choker Necklace ($145)


For a simpler option, slip on this Michael Kors choker crafted with gold-tone metal. It’s the perfect way to dress up a basic white t-shirt when you don’t feel like putting too much effort into your outfit.

Bruno Cucinelli Black Agate Choker ($1,995)


The most luxurious choker on out list goes to Bruno Cucunelli. This multi-strand black agate necklace is sure to turn heads. You won’t regret taking a risk on this show stopper.

Vita Fede Lia 24k Gold-Plated Pearl Choker ($1,565)


Via Fede’s Lia choker is plated in 24K gold and accented with white Japanese Akoya pearls, which add just the right amount of elegance. The wide rim of the choker adds a hint of edge, so it’s easily transitions from day to night.

Paula Mendoza Toledo gold-pated choker ($1,150)

Paula Mendoza perfects the choker so well, so we had to put her on our list twice. The Toledo choker is stunning for any season, and multiple strands create an elegant, yet bold look.