A Few Tips on Selecting the Right unique designer Necklaces with Few Suggestions

...follow our tips when looking for a unique designer necklace, in order to find the perfect designer jewellery piece to suit you...

A Few Tips on Selecting the Right unique designer Necklaces with Few Suggestions...


When selecting and investing in a new unique designer necklace - especially an expensive one - you should consider how the length of that necklace will look on your body. The most important body features to consider when selecting a necklace are your neck, your height, your body type, and your face shape. To ease your way in finding the right necklace, we have selected a necklace collection for you, http://expressionsdesbijoux.com/Necklace/ .

Tip 1: Slim a round face

Pick a slightly longer unique designer necklace that forms a V pointing toward your waist to elongate your face.

Del Lago Lapis Necklace, Riviera Gold Vermeil Gemstone Necklace , Riviera Gold Roulette Multi-strand

Tip 2: Soften a square jaw

Offset an angular face with a shorter necklace with round beads that forms a semicircular that frames your face.

Riviera Kyoto Necklace , Riviera Highlands Necklace, Riviera New-glam Necklace

Tip 3: Show off a petite frame

Make sure you pick out a necklace that isn't too long. Your necklace should hit no longer than five inches above your waist.

Riviera Medicis Green Necklace, Riviera Madison Tie-Necklace, Classique Loop Necklace

Tip 4: Show off your cleavage for an evening out

Wear a drop-style unique designer necklace that hits slightly above the bust line.

Byzantium Trio Necklace, Del Lago Silver Bead Necklace , Byzantium Silver Oliva Necklace

Tip 5: Factors to Consider Before Buying Short Necklaces

Depending on your neck size, 10- to 14-inch necklaces wrap very closely around the neck. These necklaces may also be referred to as collar necklaces. If you want your necklace to sit at the neck, but with a looser fit, consider purchasing a 16-inch necklace, which typically sits just above the collarbone. These necklaces are sometimes referred to as chokers.

Eighteen inch necklaces are the most common necklace length and are often referred to as princess necklaces and sit at the collarbone. Even though 18-inch necklaces are longer than collars or chokers, they will still appear to sit quite close to the neck. Pendants attached to 18-inch necklaces will typically lie above the breastbone. If you want a necklace that sits just below the collarbone, but above the neckline, consider a 20-inch necklace. The 20-inch necklace length is common for many chains, strands, and lockets. Twenty-inch necklaces are also known as a matinee. Twenty-two-inch necklaces sit at or just above the top of the bust. This necklace length may also be called a matinee. In fact, a matinee necklace may range anywhere from 20 to 24 inches in length. A 24-inch matinee will typically lay at or just below the centre of the bust.

Tip 6: Factors to Consider Before Buying Long Necklaces

Twenty-eight to 34-inch unique designer necklaces hang at or below the bust. These necklaces may be wrapped around the neck twice to form a double strand. A necklace of 30 inches in length is commonly referred to as an opera necklace, and a necklace of 36 inches in length is commonly referred to as a rope or lariat necklace. A rope necklace is typically a long strand of beads without a clasp, whereas a lariat is simply used to describe a long necklace, beads or otherwise, with a clasp.

Necklaces 40 inches and longer will hang at or below the navel and are often wrapped two or three times around the neck to form a shorter, layered effect. Necklaces measuring more than 48 inches long may be wrapped or knotted around the neck without a clasp.