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27 Fashion Terms and Styles Of Necklines Of Women's Garments

Below are the almost complete list of fashion terms and styles of NECKLINES for women's garments. Feel free to add any more term or style that you think should be included at my below list.

Fashion Terms And Styles Of Necklines Of Women's Garments


Jewel
High round neckline located at base of neck, usually plain.

Cardigan
Jewel or V neckline that opens in the front, usually with buttons along center front.

U
Medium low in front, rounded and the same width as the base of the neck.

Scoop
Medium low in front, rounded and wider than the base of the neck.

Horseshoe
Low rounded curved neckline, shaped like a horseshoe in front.

V
Cut down in front or back to a sharp point.

Slit
A narrow vertical opening in a neckline. The slit may be in the front or back. It may be held closed with a button and loop or other fastener.

Square
Moderately low-cut neckline, square or angular in front.

Florentine
Moderately low, but very wide angular square neckline.

Boat
Wide horizontal neckline, high in front and back. (Also called bateau neckline.)

Sabrina
Wide horizontal neckline, not as high as boat and sometimes fastened at shoulders.

Keyhole
High neckline with opening cut out at front. Opening can be round or wedge shaped.

Sweetheart
Lowered front neckline shaped like top of heart.

Decollete
Any neckline that is cut very low in front. Often refers to wide, gently curving deep V.

Plunging
Low-cut neckline, usually V-shaped, extending to the level of the breasts or to
the waist. Lower than decollete.

One-shoulder
Asymmetric neckline starting over one shoulder and extending diagonally to
under the other arm. (Also called asymmetric neckline.)

Surplice
Neckline that wraps forming a V neckline in front or back.

Halter
Sleeveless, with front of garment held around the back of the neck by a band
extending from the front.

Off-the-shoulder
Low neckline extending around upper part of arms, baring the shoulders.

Strapless
Neckline just above the bust. May be held in place by darts and fitting, boning, elastic, or shirring.

Camisole
Neckline just above the bust line, held by straps over the shoulder. Strap width may vary from very narrow (spaghetti) to wide.

Funnel
High neckline cut in one with garment by slanting or curving shoulder seams upward towards the neck. (Also called built-up neckline.)

Gathered
Full neckline drawn close to neck. May be adjusted or gathered with a drawstring cord or elastic. (Also called drawstring, peasant, or gypsy neckline.)

Cowl
Draped neckline resulting from bias cut with excess fabric forming soft folds in
front or back.

Banded
Flat, shaped narrow band finishing the neckline and front opening.

Bib
A front center portion of a garment, usually oval or square. May be set into a blouse or dress below the neckline or extend upward from the waist of pants or a skirt.

Yoke
A separate portion of the garment in the shoulder and neckline area. Seamline attaching yoke to lower portion may be straight, horizontal, angled, or curved.

About the author:
Ron is a blogger who co-owns a fashion games for girls website. Check out his article about the 13 Fast Emerging Influential Filipina Fashion Bloggers And Their Blogs that includes Kai Darul.

Information source: OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICE.

Image Credit: GownsExpress.Com/blog/diverse-neckline-styles-in-women.html

9 comments:

  1. very interesting post ! loved it ! thanks for sharing !


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  2. Thank you for this Kai, noted in my brain! Haha!

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  3. wow! galeng! V-neck lang ata ang alam ko jan ee. basta pa V. V-neck agad. haha :)) atleast ngayon may alam nko :)) hahah

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  4. SO MANy TERMS!!! I never knew there so many types of necklines hahah my favorite is the sweetheart neckline :D

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  5. Thanks for the info Kai!!!

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  6. This post is very informative. Now I have some additional vocabulary that reminds me of your blog post :)

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  7. Great tips! definitely learned something new to me :)

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