The neckline on your
clothes can make or break a look as this relatively small part of your
garment can radically alter your appearance. Be prepared to dazzle by
choosing the type that will play up your best attributes and minimize
your weaker ones.
í60s-inspired dress, Rachel Kate, $38.95, Element Style
with a longer neck and smaller bustline would look good in this
dress," says Rozck.
cowl neck dress: Three Dots, $80, Next Door, locations in
Brookfield and Okauchee (available at Okauchee store)
necks work for both busty and less-endowed ladies. It will
elongate the neck and give the illusion of height.
crew neck swing top: Ella Moss, $110
camisole: $25, Nikibiki, Mode
crew balances out narrow necks, faces, shoulders and small
chests, but it can make you look bigger than you are if you have
broad shoulders, generous curves or a short neck," says
dress, Jealous Tomato, $58, Mode, Wauwatosa
keyhole halter neckline is universally flattering and can create
curves where there are none. It also cuts broad shoulders,"
says Patrice Bouchard, owner of Mode.
top, Jack, $45, Mode
jewel neckline is round but much more shallow than a scoop. Itís
good for small-chested women, but donít wear it if you have a
short neck," says Bouchard.
embellished lace blouse, Ginger G, $24.95, Element Style
petite person looks good in this neckline, but many body types
can wear this also," says Carrie Rozck, owner of Element
tank top: Three Dots, Next Door, $64
with short or wide necks should opt for a neckline such as the
scoop to help elongate the look of the neck.
blouse: Auditions, $46.95, Element Style Boutique
looks good on people who donít have broad shoulders and also
on average-bust-sized people," says Rozck.