Most chokers, in my opinion, are far too small and very limited and have annoying amounts of skin-irritating metals. If I'm going to wear jewelry or accessories, I want them to be big and rash-free. It's a super special bonus to have pieces that are adaptable. I recently rewatched Marie Antoinette and noticed that Kirsten Dunst wore some pretty fabulous chokers which gave me the inspiration for this project.
This choker can be as big or as small as you want it. There are no metals to come in contact with your skin. You can switch out the "charms" as much as you want, and there are endless possibilities for what you can use as a charm. This project is inexpensive and quick, and you can use leftover bits of ribbon from previous projects (or presents). There's also a margin for error, so you don't have to sweat the little stuff. Most mistakes won't be very noticeable.