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Triple Wrap Chokers: All the Ways to Tie the Trend

Robin Haley

I love the look of the triple wrap choker — it offers so much variety in one piece of jewelry. It's basically three necklaces for the price of one. Bingo!

However, it's also incredibly daunting when staring at over four feet of chain, trying to figure out how to stylishly wear it on your body. That's a LOT of wrapping. But after several attempts — I decided on three styles that are easy, functional and fun. They're my go-to choker wraps!

THE BOWTIE: This is perfect for strapless tops — it gives character to the outfit without taking away from the neckline. Simply wrap as many times as comfortable (I did it twice) and tie the remainder in a bow. 

THE BOWTIE: This is perfect for strapless tops — it gives character to the outfit without taking away from the neckline. Simply wrap as many times as comfortable (I did it twice) and tie the remainder in a bow. 

THE TRADITIONAL: This is more of a typical triple-wrap style. It's amazing with t-shirts, or v-neck dresses. Again, wrap the necklace twice, and then loop the ends and pull until it's taunt (but comfortable) against your neck. Let the remainder hang free. 

THE TRADITIONAL: This is more of a typical triple-wrap style. It's amazing with t-shirts, or v-neck dresses. Again, wrap the necklace twice, and then loop the ends and pull until it's taunt (but comfortable) against your neck. Let the remainder hang free. 

EXTRA CASUAL: I love this one because it's so comfortable and very cool. It turns the triple wrap into a unique wardrobe piece. For this, I wrap it once around the neck, and then leave the ends hanging long. You can leave them open like a scarf, or loop them. If you choose to loop them, make the loop lower down, and not taunt like in THE TRADITIONAL. This style is perfect for button downs or simple basic tops. 

EXTRA CASUAL: I love this one because it's so comfortable and very cool. It turns the triple wrap into a unique wardrobe piece. For this, I wrap it once around the neck, and then leave the ends hanging long. You can leave them open like a scarf, or loop them. If you choose to loop them, make the loop lower down, and not taunt like in THE TRADITIONAL. This style is perfect for button downs or simple basic tops. 

On the chance that you feel like your outfit doesn't allow for a choker, but you still wanna rock your piece, get creative: 

THE BRACELET: This is another beautiful example of the transformative power of the triple wrap choker. 

THE BRACELET: This is another beautiful example of the transformative power of the triple wrap choker. 

I hope this helps if you've had struggles styling your triple wrap choker! If you don't have one, grab one and start wrapping! There's some gorgeous ones available right now on our website!

xoxo

RH

Meet Robin Haley

Robin Haley

I feel it's important to meet the face behind the jewelry — not just because it connects me to all of you, but also because it allows me to share a little bit of how I got here. 

I've been making jewelry for over 35 years. Born in Southern California, I eventually got my degree in Fashion Design at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise. After graduating, I completed an apprenticeship in Fine Gold Jewelry with a wonderful teacher in Calabasas, California. Three years later, I started Robin Haley Jewelry. 

Much like my business, my designs have morphed and changed over the years. Pulling inspiration from all the seasons of my life. In 1995, I moved to Nashville, TN to pursue my other passion: music. I wrote songs, played out, worked hard and eventually became a published songwriter. And while I'm so proud of that time in my life, I eventually made my way back to jewelry. 

I love creating jewelry for endless reasons — one of which is the chance to be a part of so many peoples' lives and stories. Thanks for inviting me to be a part of yours, and I hope you'll continue to join me as I create and share. 

Blessings, 

RH