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She was dressed in a high-necked muslin gown, and she wore a hat and veil, which somewhat obscured her features.
She was as heroic and immovable in her high-necked chemisette as a sentry in his box.
Wear light coloured high-necked items with long sleeves, as well as long trousers or skirts.
Friday This high-necked yellow mini was a glam statement - and edgy cowboy boots by Ganni costing PS460 topped it off.
The white Edwardianstyle high-necked chiffon blouse was worn by the Hollywood icon as she took the lead role of Eliza Doolittle in the 1964 film.
And I was amused by her high-necked, shapeless White House outfit.
She showed off her slim physique in a high-necked black top, which she teamed with a matching cut-out skirt.
But she sheds layers to reveal a sporty, high-necked leotard that also has a zip front--a subtle, yet effective touch that gives her look symmetry.
Think high-necked hippyish baby-doll or drop-waist frocks (they have more of a retro feel than cinched-in skater dresses) in dark, stylised florals, rather than chintzy prints.
Eweida had worked since 1999 as a flight attendant for BA, whose uniform code stipulated that women must wear a high-necked shirt and a cravat, without any visible jewellery.When the wearing of the cross provoked a dispute in 2006, she was offered an alternative job within the company, which she refused.She eventually returned to work in February 2007 when BA's policy was changed to permit the display of religious symbols, with the cross and the star of David permitted.
With no pattern drafting in her visual dictionary, the looks were all high-necked, long-sleeved and crystallised.

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