V-necked


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V-necked

[ˌviːˈnɛkt] adjcon scollo a V
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Petra was endowed with a colonnaded avenue and temples: witness the ronde-bosse panels showing a fleshy, beribbonned head of Dionysos (wearing a fillet across his forehead and ivy and grape leaves in his hair); a goddess with diadem and crinkly v-necked chiton (tunic); and the huge bust of a bearded, Zeus-like deity.
The work depicts Karloff in the title role as "The Mummy," with eyes closed and hands crossed over his chest, and Zita Johann, the subject of his desire, in an alluring, red V-necked gown.
For skinny men who would like to appear more broad shouldered and solid, I strongly advice against wearing V-necked or hanging neck T-shirts that will leave your long neck and sharp shoulder blades in the open.Instead, go for collar shirts, pull necks and high round-necks with jackets donned over the shirts to achieve that broad look.
While deep v-necked T-shirts and sweater vests came joint ninth with 49 per cent.
Black v-necked dress with a black scarf and grey wedge boots--Mackenzie The Great, 12, Pennsylvania...
I used to have a laugh too but for different reasons because every Christmas one of our family would buy my dad, Reg, such a jumper and without fail he'd look at it, sniff, and go: "Ah, a v-necked sweater.
Narca, 36, meanwhile, submitted two sets of photographs, one in which he smiled for the camera in a blue, v-necked shirt and the other, in a red polo shirt.
Analysis of a 2-centimeter-long thread from the V-necked, linen dress with pleated sleeves yielded the age estimate.
noticed that there seems to be a uniform among tech billion- aires and Silicon Valley success stories -- grey V-necked jump- ers with a white T-shirt underneath, in case you're thinking of replicating.
Favourite looks include a tweed cap, polo neck jumpers beneath toning V-necked sweaters and one of the ugliest leather jackets ever seen on the small screen.
The mother-to-be wore a furry gilet - which is an Ecclestone wardrobe staple - and a clingy V-necked top that clung to her bump.