There is no denying that we know t-shirts are an everyday essential and a fashion staple. We have evolved them over the years to enjoy a variety of different styles and looks, and a good portion of this has come from the different types of necklines we can choose from.
This piece will take you through some of the different necklines you can get on t-shirts and help you understand how to wear them, and which ones might suit you best.
Read on to find out more about different necklines.
The Crew Neckline
The crew neckline is perhaps the most common neckline on t-shirts and can be extremely flattering on those with petite frames. This particular neckline sits quite high up and smugly around the neck but does not cover the neck. This is good for those who want full coverage from a t-shirt over their chest area and a classic look. Many printed tees come on crewnecks, as it is a great style to fit prints, photographs, and words on, uninterrupted by lower necklines.
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The Boat Neckline
Known as an ‘off the shoulder’ neckline, too, the boat neckline is just one of those stunning classics that you can dress up or dress down depending on what look you are after.
This neckline style gives off some feminine, vintage vibes that can be enjoyed in the summer or the winter. This is a good neckline to layer under for when it gets cold. For example, you can have a tank top and then a crisp white shirt on before layering over a t-shirt with a boat neckline, whereas in summer, you can wear them as is, as long as you remember to put sunscreen on your shoulders!
A Scoop Neckline
A scoop neckline is quite possibly the very neckline you are imagining. Think ‘crew neckline’ but with a scoop taken out of it! This neckline is much lower than your traditional crew neck, which can offer a bit more cleavage and let you show off a little more skin if you want to. It is also a good neckline for those who do not like things too close to their neck or feel claustrophobic when something is close. Scoop necks are nice and roomy and offer a laid-back slouchy look!
The V Neckline
Similar to the scoop neckline, the V neckline offers another roomy option for a tee, though this style sees a more sharp-edged collar. The V neckline is exactly what you think it is, a neckline in the shape of a V – offering a plunging view of the upper area of the body and a great option for those who like to accessorize with necklaces. This is a great choice for showing off jewelry and is another neckline that can be dressed up or dressed down with ease, depending on the rest of the outfit!
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