When it comes to the style of the necklace or chain, the simpler the dress, the more extravagant you can go with the necklace. And the opposite is true. The more details there are in the dress, the simpler the necklace should be. Keep it mind that the simpler your overlook is, the more elegant and stylish you will look. The rule also applies to other accessories such as your veil and hair accessories that contribute to your overall look.

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Step 1: Consider the occasion
Consider the occasion and time of day. You want to select jewelry that is appropriate both to the neckline of your outfit and to the event you are attending.
Stick with simple styles for daytime events and more elaborate accessories for a night on the town.

Step 2:Choose a princess length

Choose a princess length 17 to 19 inches, which falls to the collarbone, when wearing a low cut neckline.

Step 3:  Choose a “V” shaped

Pair a “V” neck top with a “V” shaped necklace. A rounded necklace looks mismatched if your neckline is plunging, so be sure the chain you wear mimics the cut of the top.

Step 4: Go without

Go without a necklace if you are wearing a halter or one-shoulder style dress. This style neckline works best with a pair of designer statement earrings, either clip earrings of drop earrings!

 Step 5: Choose an opera lenght

Wear an opera-length necklace, 26 to 36 inches,  with a turtleneck style tops or dresses.

Step 6: Choose a choker 

Pair a 16-inch choker necklace with a strapless top or dress.

Step 7: Pair your necklace with other jewelry

You may pair your necklace with other jewellery but stay away from matching sets that are outdated. Only one bold piece of jewelry is allowed. Wear small simple stud earring with a flashy necklace. I would say it is better to pair bracelet with necklace  vs earrings with necklace.