Collection: Necklaces

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    Davina Necklace
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    Moltrasio Choker Necklace
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    Unicorn Tear Necklace
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    Infinity Crystal Pendant Necklace
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    Long Simple Pearl Pendant
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    Simple Star Moon Necklace
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The Different Types of Necklaces 

Jewel impossible to circumvent, your necklace brings elegance and refinement to you. How to find itself there among all the lengths and all the forms? DELLA accompanies you in the choice of your jewelry in order to choose the one that suits you best.

 

The different lengths of necklaces and How to Wear Them

 

Choker - 30 / 40 cm

As the name suggests, the shortest part of the neck is at the base of the neck. Often in pearl or ribbon form, it can be accompanied by a gemstone pendant. In 2017, the trend for so-called chocker necklaces will be revived. Perceived in the 2000s as a sign of submission, today it is making a strong comeback as a symbol of emancipation and reappropriation of the body.

 

How to wear it: it will highlight angular faces and long, thin necks. The longer your neck is, the thicker the necklace can be. Perfect to accompany a boat neck, a round necklace, a button-down blouse or a strapless dress.

 

Princess necklace - 42 / 45 cm

This is the most common and best-known length. An absolute must for your jewelry chest, this necklace can be worn with all your clothes for any occasion. Light and mobile, the princess will accompany you at all ages.

 

How to wear it: this passe-partout jewel can be worn in any circumstance. If you are looking for elegance without falling into the trap of superfluous originality, opt for the princess necklace.

 

Short necklace - 50 / 60 cm

Worn at the base of the chest, it provides elegance and refinement. It is also known as a morning or mid-length necklace.

 

How to wear it: to accompany your professional life this necklace is perfect. It adapts very well to dress or trouser suits.

 

The long necklace - 70 / 90 cm

Festive par excellence, the necklace can be worn over your evening wear. It adorns you up to the top of your belly and can be doubled or in a single row according to your desires. It is also called Opera.

 

How to wear it : at first reserved for elegant evenings, the necklace is now part of everyday life for a chic and urban style.

 

 

The Rope necklace / long necklace - 90 / 140 cm

Coco Chanel's flagship jewel in the 1930s, Rope is back in fashion thanks to the many possible customizations. Ideal for waterfall effects, the long necklace can be doubled, tripled and even knotted. Moreover, it is one of the rare necklaces that can be used to highlight a bare back.

 

How to wear it: over a small black dress or with less elegant clothes, the Rope can suit all your desires.

 

The different shapes of necklaces

The necklaces can be of different lengths, but also of different shapes. Here are the most common ones:

 

The chain necklace

The most common form, the chain necklace is the traditional jewelry for both men and women. If it is a classic, the great diversity of metals and meshes used allows a high degree of personalization.

 

How to wear it: commonly worn on the skin for men, the innovation of women's jewellery allows this necklace to be worn on the front of clothes, particularly with a pendant.

 

The torque necklace

Made famous by the Celts of the Iron Age and then the Romans of antiquity, torques came back into fashion in the 1960s and 1970s. Open or closed, these jewels are often made of rigid metal. However, the most innovative models allow a wide variety of colours and thickness.

 

How to wear it: recommended for square or elongated faces, torque necklaces can be worn on a turtleneck, on a shirt over the necklace. An elegant and offbeat alternative to escape an overly wise male/female look.

 

 

The breastplate necklace

Worn at the base of the neck, the bib is a style in itself. Very wide, it is usually made of rigid metal or rows of pearls.

 

How to wear it: it brings originality and cheerfulness to the most sober outfits. For daring women with character.

 

The turtleneck

A timeless accessory born in the 1950s, this necklace imitates shirt necklaces. The best known are the Claudine necklaces or piebald necklaces.

 

How to wear it: in an autonomous and original way, the faux necklace necklace enhances the darkest outfits from simple t-shirts to sleek cocktail dresses.

 

The lariat necklace

This jewel can be original in its closure: in lasso or knot the lariat is free of the clasp. Short or long, there are many variations to wear it.

 

How to wear it: according to its size, you will choose the evening dress for the longest or the high V-neck for the shortest.

 

The tie necklace

It takes its shape from the homonymous male accessory. Also called Y, this jewel is worn on your chest like a tie.

 

How to wear it: it fits perfectly with an open white shirt.