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How to Choose the Right Necklace Length.
Believe it or not, necklace length can be a major factor in how well you complement your features and pull off that killer outfit. Choosing a necklace is often a simple matter of personal preference but consider your face shape, neckline and colouring and you could really enhance your look. While accessories are not always essential for an outfit, selecting the right ones does count. So here are a few guidelines to follow when shopping for that perfect piece of jewellery. A guide to the common lengths The shortest of necklaces come in at around 14 inches and are often called `collar length`. These typically look great with a boat neck or an off-the-shoulder top. Wear your jewellery a little longer and you`ll have what`s known as a choker, about 16 inches. This is one of the most common lengths found in costume and designer accessories and they work with most outfits, making chokers a good fail-safe if you`re buying a present for someone. Princess length is usually around 18 inches and this style suits anything with a low or plunging neckline. Pendants and drops are most effective at this length. Anything over 20 inches is called a matinee, which should be worn over unembellished clothing so that prints or details don`t look too busy alongside this longer length. Finally, opera or what are sometimes known as rope necklaces make a grand statement, but simple styles can still work for office wear and you can also change the look by wrapping the length around your neck twice. What lengths suit you? Generally-speaking, collar and choker lengths should be avoided by those with round faces or thicker necks. Instead opt for something lengthening, like a rope or princess style. Conversely, those with angular jaws or broad face shapes find choker length is quite complementary, while large, rounded pendants will soften the features and bring a feminine touch. If you have a long face shape, stick with necklaces above the breastbone and look out for delicate, rounded gems as the most flattering styles. Oval faces can pull off most lengths. Dos and don`ts V-necks usually work better with a t-drop or v-shaped necklace to reflect the line so steer clear of rounded styles. A choker will set off a strapless dress or bandeau top well, so these are ideal if you`re looking for a formal occasion. Opera length is often worn over clothes and can be very useful for smartening up thick sweaters and polo necks in the winter time. Another general rule is to avoid anything too long and chunky if you have small features, while those with strong facial structure can wear banded collars and large beads better than tiny pearls or crystals. Choosing the right necklace is generally about creating an impression of balance in your features, style and clothing, whether it`s a sleek drop necklace to go with your work wardrobe and Equipment blouses, or a dazzling choker to complement an evening gown. It`s a simple matter of learning to spot what suits you and your personal fashion. Taste does play a big role in what you buy and wear when it comes to jewellery but if you`re hesitating over a new piece, adhere to these golden rules and you can`t go wrong.
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