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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Striking modifications to classic tailoring, including cowl necks and batwings, take you seamlessly from day to night.
Flattering cowl necks, like this, drape at the chest and elongate the upper body.
He showed a number of short jacket dresses, some with high cowl necks, and also several black and white wore sleek pantsuits with flared trousers.
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Border print dresses, slinky cowl necks and sequin shimmer T-shirt dresses will also guarantee you'll turn heads as you party the night away.
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But it's not just the plunging neckline that's making a big impact, slashed necks and cowl necks are the in thing too
Fabrics such as liquid jersey, sequins and colorful menswear tweeds are dramatic, while floral prints, silks, cowl necks and bow neckties show off her softer side.
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Cowl necks and shirt-backs split from the neck down to reveal bare skin were worn by models with stiletto shoes and legwarmers - discarded since the 1980s and left to live on only in stage productions of the musical Fame.