open-necked

open-necked

adj
(Clothing & Fashion) having an open collar
Translations

open-necked

[ˈəʊpnˈnekt] ADJsin corbata

open-necked

[ˈəʊpnˌnɛkt] adj (shirt, blouse) → col colletto slacciato or sbottonato
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Cowell's already known to dress his five-year-old as a mini-me, in white open-necked shirts and aviator sunglasses.
Cassel, wearing dark sunglasses, a cream jacket and open-necked pink shirt, tied the knot with Kunakey in front of around 100 guests in Bidart, a small coastal village near Biarritz in southwestern France.
Mr Corbyn dressed down in a cream jacket with black trousers and open-necked shirt.
After signing autographs for two fans on his way into the court building, Gascoigne appeared in the dock wearing a dark suit and a pale blue open-necked shirt.
He sat in the dock during the legal submissions wearing a dark suit and a white open-necked shirt.
Clegg then changed into a open-necked shirt and jeans as he visited Castlehill Primary School in Bearsden, near Glasgow, with wife Miriam Gonzalez Durantez.
Mr Blair, wearing jeans, an open-necked polo shirt and a jacket, is seen posed in front of a painting by Ken Howard, who documented the Troubles in Northern Ireland for the Imperial War Museum.
Ginday, who was dressed in a smart grey suit with a white, open-necked shirt, spoke only to confirm his name.
Long, wearing a dark grey suit and dark open-necked shirt, attended the hearing and spoke to confirm his name, date of birth and address.
Jared Sullivan, best known for his association with exciting jumpers Zarkandar and Sanctuaire, was among those to fall foul of the regulations when arriving with his family in smart jeans and an open-necked shirt.
Striding out in a dark windcheater and open-necked shirt, the PM was able to take in the park's colourful floral displays largely undisturbed by passersby, most of whom appeared to be foreign tourists.
He wore an open-necked shirt, stonewashed blue jeans and orange trainers.