Clockwise: ASOS; Lanvin; Dannijo; Bar III; Lanvin; Karl
Collar necklace has been around for some time, in many shapes and forms. I usually think of collar necklace as necklace with a more rigid structure, worn around the collar, and it usually becomes a statement accessory for the wearer. My mother has this gold-colored necklace that I really love to (borrow and) wear to weddings because it accents the Kebaya (my choice of wear for weddings) nicely.
However, I have been noticing this particular form of collar necklace a lot lately. This type of collar necklace takes shape like an actual collar. It may be made of fabric, metal, or woven mesh. I am intrigued by it, and I wonder how one would wear it. In a glance, I would naturally go with round or boat-neck blouse or dress, giving the necklace an illusion of an actual collar integrated to the clothing.