Fashion has said OK to men in chokers, although still very few are seen on the street. Would you like them to be established as a male accessory or, on the contrary, would you never wear one?
Before answering, take a look at some of the best moments that the choker has recently starred in men's fashion.
Fashion, or at least an important part of it, has taken a genderless turn. That is, they design garments and accessories valid for both the female and male gender.
Designers like Alessandro Michele (Gucci) have consistently used men's chokers to reinforce that philosophy, in the same way that they dress their female models in "masculine" suits.
Louis Vuitton, Prada and especially JW Anderson are other firms that strap chokers of the most diverse materials around the neck of their mannequins.
Contrary to popular belief, the choker is not reserved solely for punk style. And these looks confirm it. Louis Vuitton, for example, includes it in a smart style, and it works great.
Can a bandana be considered a choker? When it is as close to the neck as Andrea Pompilio does, the effect is almost the same, so it is quite safe to classify them within the same group.
Whether they are punk style chokers like Gucci's; futurists like JW Anderson; smart like Louis Vuitton; or bandana type like Andrea Pompilio's, our opinion is favorable. Enrich, transgresses and invigorates men's fashionSo, if it's up to us, let them stay.