How to Tie a Pandora Leather Necklace

Updated November 21, 2016

Pandora necklaces feature leather cords in a variety of colours strung with a wide array of metal barrel beads. These barrel beads are studded with colourful rhinestones and come in gold and silver metallic bases. Women like these necklaces because they are versatile; you can turn a long necklace into a choker just by folding the leather cord in half and looping the double cord around your neck. The longer necklace style requires a simple bow or double knot behind the neck while the folded choker is a little more difficult to secure.

Fold your leather necklace in half, matching up the metal-sheathed ends. Pinch the folded end between your thumb and forefinger and thread it through the beads you want to wear.

Position the necklace around your neck with the beads against your nape. Slip the metal-sheathed ends through the loop.

Bend the metal-sheathed ends down to form a second loop and push the ends through this second loop. Pull tight to secure and turn the necklace so the beads sit on your collar bone.

Slide the desired beads onto one end of the leather necklace chain.

Put the beads against the nape of your neck and bring the ends over your shoulders. Cross the ends over each other and bring them to the back of your neck just over the beads.

Tie the ends of the necklace together in a double knot. Slide the beads around to the front of the necklace and tug on them until they sit over your chest. A second loop of leather should sit as a choker around your throat.

Things You'll Need

  • Pandora leather necklace
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