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Friday, August 31, 2012

How to Choose the Perfect Necklace For You

Hello everyone!
This is my first blog post collaborating with Estylo Jewelry! I’m so excited to join this team and share tips, ideas and more things with you. I’ve been thinking what to write about and finally decided to share some tips on how to choose the necklace that goes best with you.
One of the best things about wearing the right necklace is that you can highlight your best features and hide  your “not so good” ones. 


 If you have a big bust and want to dissimulate it, don’t wear thick necklaces that fall right at your bustline, this will make it look bigger. Opt for necklaces that leave a little space between the bottom of the jewelry and your neckline. If you are tall, you can wear long and thin necklaces too, on a V neckline.

Otherwise, if you have a small bust you should wear heavy necklaces hanging up to the point where your bustline begins, this will add some extra weight to your bust.


If you are petite like Vanessa Hudgens, wear long necklaces because they create longer vertical lines, which make you look taller. Avoid short necklaces, wide chokers and collars. 

As you can see in the picture, Nicole Kidman is wearing an elegant choker necklace. Thin and tall women can select this kind of necklace that cut the line of the neck and de-emphasize height.

Face shape: 

Oval face: If you have an oval face, you are a lucky woman because you can wear all kind of necklaces. As long as you consider the other aspects of your body.

Square face: Wear large round/oval pendants or pearls. It is not advised for square faces to wear chokers or short necklaces because they can make your face look wider.

Round face: To help  elongate your face shape wear medium or long necklaces. Opt for almost any style that goes below your collarbone.

Long face: Think short and delicate, avoid long necklaces because it can make your face look even longer. A good choise are  short necklaces and chokers to balancing your face shape.

I hope these tips can help you find the necklace that best match with you!

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