It all happened pretty suddenly—chokers from the decade Hanson and TLC reigned supreme began filtering into Instagram selfies and on to the runways of cool kids like J.W. Anderson and Hood by Air. And why not? The basic choker is so straightforward that all you need to do is tie a black ribbon around your neck and call it a day. But for the sake of the throwback, up the ante with something clunky and gold while asking yourself WWKD (What would Kate do?). Calvins optional.
Mociun Mismatched Circle Studs : Knock out two trends with one stone—brassy gold with shiny accents on the left, and a mesmerizing stone on the right that brings back mood ring memories.
Rosantica Anais River-Pearl Necklace : Popular back in the day, but too oft-forgotten now are long, swingy necklaces. A pearl one with tassels on its ends will get more play than you expect, especially layered over high-necked tops and dresses.
Gillian Steinhardt Empire Ring : Here's an unexpected way to pay tribute to the celestial trend of yesteryear by way of a spaceship silhouette. Also, your dainty rings could use a rest.
Pamela Love Sunset Gold-Plated Earrings : Hoops (like the ones they used to sell in three packs at Claire's) look distinguished when morphed with a wearable doorknocker. What's not to like about a two-in-one?