A square neckline draws a lot of attention to the chest and a layered neckpiece adorned with this accentuates the neckline.
This is one of the most common necklines and neckpieces that end just above it look the best. You can go for choker pieces which scoop down. Also, dramatic necklaces with a thick single strand or multiple strands also look good. Wearing diamonds with traditional outfits has been there for long but combining traditional jewellery with contemporary outfits is a new-age trend and creates a visual impact.
This neckline is perhaps the most eye-catching of them all- so you have to be a bit careful when you match your jewellery to it. Do not over-accessorize a sweetheart neckline, because it might not always work. A princess-length necklace looks good, so does a choker with a drop, which snugly complements the neckline.
Off Shoulder Neckline
This neckline gives you a lot of chance to play with the neckpiece. A statement choker piece works the best with this neckline. However, with this neckline, you can try many styles like the layered look, Rani haar etc.
This neckline scoops from one shoulder to the other without much skin show, maybe just your collarbone will show. In this neckline, best is to keep the attention on the neckline and not emphasise on the neckpiece. Statement earrings look the best without taking much attention from the garment. The ideal choice would be a heavily embellished garment with a plain top and statement and if the whole garment is embellished then it is even more necessary to wear studs so as to not look overdone.
Accessorise Beyond The Neckpiece
If you want to make a statement, sometimes a hair accessory or a back neckpiece or an elaborate cuff can do the do. Slightly offbeat styling always gets you the eyeballs.
Hope we have done away with some of your decision making and you can relax and look pretty.
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