Chain necklaces were first popularized in the '80s and '90s, but back then, they were uber chunky and thick. Today's chain necklaces look sleeker and are perfect for layering with other pieces. If you want to get in on the trend (because you definitely should), here are some pretty chains you can check out:
1. Caya Manila Bar Lariat Necklace
Caya Manila's dainty necklace has a gold bar and circle added to the sleek chain for extra texture and movement.
Bar Lariat Necklace, P290, CAYA MANILA, Instagram
2. Mazee Golden Flat Chain Necklace
If you love chokers and minimalist jewelry, the Mazee Golden Flat Chain Necklace is for you. The simple chain links will add the prettiest accent to any outfit.
Golden Flat Chain Necklace, P595, MAZEE, Mazee.co
3. Urduja Cuban Chain Necklace
Want your chain necklaces to be a little longer and thinner? No problem! Urduja offers varying lengths and thickness for their popular piece.
Cuban Chain Necklace, price available upon request, URDUJA, Instagram
4. Luisa Jewellery Gold Chunky Necklace
Did someone say "statement necklace?" That's Luisa's Gold Chunky Necklace for you. The thick accessory can make any wearer look instantly chic whether it's a single piece or layered with other necklaces.
Gold Chunky Necklace, P693, LUISA JEWELLERY, LuisaJewellery.com
5. Frilly.MNL Gold Chain Necklace
Here's another chunky necklace for those who like to make a statement! You can wear this piece with any outfit and for any occasion.
Gold Chain Necklace, P999, FRILLY.MNL, FrillyMNL.com
6. Mango Link Chain Necklace
This adjustable necklace is the perfect base layer for your other delicate pieces!
Link Chain Necklace, P1295, MANGO, SM Megamall
7. Hey Jow Ode To Six Amrita Necklace
If you like really slim necklaces, you can still try this trend thanks to Hey Jow. The Amrita is a chain of small geometric links, which gives it that universally flattering, sleek look.
Ode To Six Amrita Necklace, P2250, HEY JOW, HeyJow.com
*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.