The choker is close against base of neck. This length looks great with a wide array of clothing. Should work especially well with off the shoulder, crew and boat necklines.
Princess necklaces sit on the collarbone. This is the most commonly purchased length. It will look flattering on most women and work well with most outfits. If the necklace has a pendant which forms a V-type shape then it's likely to look great with a v-neck, surplice or sweetheart neckline.
This length is between the collarbone and the bust.
Looks great with a wide array of outfits, including business or casual wear. This length will work especially well over collared shirts and also higher necklines. If you are tall or have a larger neck then try this length as your go-to size rather than the princess length.
The length goes up to the bust or several centimetres below
Opera works really well for most high necklines - including turtle necks and boat necks. It's an elegant choice for evening wear. Depending on the length and your build you may also be able to wear an opera length wrapped around your neck more than once to form a double stranded collar or choker.
A lariat or rope is longer than opera size. It can be wrapped to create a dual necklace around the bust, or hang down to the naval.
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