boat neck


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boat neck

(ˈbəʊtˌnɛk)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a high slitlike neckline of a garment that extends onto the shoulders. Also called: bateau neckline
Translations

boat neck

n (of sweater, dress) → scollo a barchetta
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If you're wearing a round or boat neck, go for long beaded necklaces that graze your belly button.
A string of pearls look terrific with boat neck outfits - western or Indian.
The best thing is to try on some dresses and find the style that suits your body shape be that an A-line or boat neck.
The flowing gown featured long sleeves, a boat neck, fitted bead-embellished bodice and a matching cape.
A boat neck gives a more classic feel while a cowl neck exudes a bit of edginess.
The texture of the cotton is really nice and we have different necklines-the boat neck, round neck It really depends on the personality of the person.
Wear a boat neck jumper over a pale Peter Pan collar shirt or silk tunic and you'll still look neat and tidy.
It's very 1950s style, with a boat neck, belted at the waist with a netted skirt just above the ankle.
Cardigans are always a favourite and so versatile you can opt for VNeck, round or boat neck for diversity in your closet.
The woman bought a form-fitting dress with a wide, Audrey Hepburn-style boat neck, plus accessories.
I wore an uber-nerdy blue-gray knit dress with a boat neck, looking like a tween refugee from the secretarial pool in Working Girl.
Charlene swept along the red carpet leading into the palace in a sumptuous boat neck gown by Giorgio Armani Prive, her hair pulled back in a swirling French twist wearing only the lightest touch of makeup.