Be as trendy as Ylona Garcia, Vernice Enciso, Ataska Mercado or Andrea Brillantes with these two locally-made chokers we’ve reviewed.
Chokers are still all the rage now in the Philippines as 2016 comes to an end. With that, most fashion and accessory stores have been carrying chokers. If you’re looking for something unique when it comes to chokers and if you’re looking into supporting emerging businesses here in the Philippines that carry those at the same time – look no further because this article has got you covered!
Treasure Everything PH’s Velvet Choker with silver Rose pendant
Ideal for: Everyday wear, events with a semi-formal dress code
Treasure Everything PH’s velvet choker only comes in one color which is black. The choker is less than an inch wide and has a silver rose pendant, making it perfect for everyday wear and for wearing to events that require a semi-formal dress code. Treasure Everything PH is an emerging online shop based in Mandaluyong City owned by Patricia Apolo.
CrafTine’s Black Lace Choker
Ideal for: events with a formal dress code
CrafTine’s Black Lace Choker is definitely something quaint and we fell in love with it at first sight. Going into details with the choker’s design, there’s a pattern of roses and the choker itself is almost two inches wide. Looking at the choker’s design, we determined that it is more suitable for events with a formal dress code, definitely recommended to be worn with tube dresses or off-shouldered dresses.
CrafTine sells their products online and also distributes them in shops such as UniQube (Manila), 21st Avenue Boutique (Pampanga) and Fashtag Boutique (Bataan). We bought their choker from UniQube.
You can visit CrafTine on their online shop here or you can buy their products from UniQube (Manila), 21st Avenue Boutique (Pampanga) or Fashtag Boutique (Bataan).