Upon recently discovering the cheaper and more personalized way to participate in the growing choker fad, I may never buy a choker via retail again.
There are a few ways to go about this DIY, but here’s my version. Find a fabric that fits your personal style, no matter the type — this step by step should work with most!
First, you need to acquire the following materials and tools;
- Curved tip pliers
- Jewelry clasps (gold or silver)
- Fabric of choice
Attach your jewelry clasp to each end of the choker, fastening securely with the pliers.
Finally, add either a single link or a small chain to one side and a classic lobster clasp to the other.
Here are some choker-inspired looks I put together in anticipation of New Year’s Eve.