All that you should know about necklines and necklaces

Accessories are meant to add up to the glam quotient of your dress. Especially, when it comes to the necklaces, they can either keep all the viewers drooling over or criticizing the way you chose to team it up with your attire. This is because a necklace acts like a centrepiece for sure. So, you have to be extremely careful while choosing a necklace to complement your attire. Also, it is the neckline of your dress that decides which one you should opt for. Read on to know how it’s done!

V-shaped neckline:

V-shaped necklines look the best with V-shaped necklaces. Necklaces with pendants match such outfits perfectly.

V shaped neckline
V shaped neckline

Crew neckline:

Crew necklines look the best with short necklaces. So, you can add to the elegance of your attire with a bib or collar necklace.

Crew neckline
Crew neckline

Asymmetric neckline:

One shoulder dresses fall in this category. You can compliment an asymmetric neckline with an asymmetric necklace. You can even opt for a long string of different sized and shaped beads.

Assymetric necklines
Assymetric necklines

Tube neckline:

This is the most flattering kind of a neckline. You can add to the elegance of the straight line cut of the tube top with a choker. You can even go for multi-stranded chokers.

Tube necklines
Tube necklines

Cowl neckline:

A cowl neckline is a detailed neckline and has a certain amount of volume added to it. Though this neckline can go well even without a necklace, you can still wear a slick multi-stranded or single strand necklace with a pendant if it’s a bit low..

Cowl neckline
Cowl neckline

Collar neckline:

You can accessorize your collar necklines in a formal or a casual way depending upon your dress and occasion. You can either team it up with a string of pearls or chockers. Even the statement necklaces go well with these necklines.

Collared neckline
Collared neckline

Courtesy: PartyVapours

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