cowl neck

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cowl neck

n.
A wide, low, loosely draped collar, as on a sweater or blouse.

cowl′-necked′ (-nĕkt′) adj.
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cowl neck

nSchalrollkragen m
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Now here, her autumn-winter collection is ready, with a focus on wearable dresses for the city's working women, like the cowl-neck Aegina (Dh425) or the tailored Betty (Dh675).
The cowl-neck dress, designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, has only minor differences from the original gown with a covered zip at the back in place of Pippa's fabric buttons and an alternative finish to the sleeve and neck seams, the Telegraph reported.
Stepping out of a Rolls-Royce wearing a cowl-neck dress which showed off her slender figure, Miss Middleton soon became one of the most talked-about topics on social networking sites.
Stay stylish and warm with this sleeveless cowl-neck made from merino and alpaca wools, pounds 75, that works brilliantly with jeans for a relaxed weekend feel.
She starts with a cowl-neck Acrylic, green sweater (pounds 2.
Sienna Miller shivered in her white Marchesa cowl-neck dress with gold embroidery and an even longer train.
Red matte-jersey, cowl-neck dress, Laundry at Lord & Taylor; Ruby Temptation Yellow Gold necklace and Guet Apens Ruby cocktail ring, Baccarat; fishnet hose, Hanes; red crinkled-patent, high-heeled boots.
We teamed a long mink cowl-neck jumper with a cute pair of black tailored shorts, worn over some thick brown tights for added warmth
Look to Matalan's trendy cowl-neck knitted dress, pounds 14.
My favourite outfit at the moment is skinny jeans and boots and a cowl-neck top.