Along with dresses getting shorter, boat necks, square necks, mandarin collars and shallow V-necks roared across the horizon as fashionable necklines. So how did the deep V-neck, which frequently enlightens today’s fashion shows appear in our wardrobe? Let’s go back to the 30s, when the neckline started changing discretely. Designers changed the shape of the neckline into a “V” shape, thus its name, and put a “false vest” underneath, giving the illusion of a 2-layer garment, creating a new pattern. It became widely popular and globally accepted for its teasing nature. Today, in our modern times, a V-neck is a sexy style par excellence. Showing more flesh is definitely the way to go and V-necks are getting deeper! Follow the trend!
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In its 2016 fashion show, the V’s came out on top, in deep navy blue to show the unique noble position that only Chanel possesses.
In the Summer and Spring selection of 2016, Gucci’s V-necks are decorated with a parrot or vivid element and a contrast in colors, attracting people’s eyes to this audacious neckline. Designers have the ability and gift to change deep V-necks into elegant and distinguished styles, don’t they?
Can you feel a strong ethnic flavor emanating from Valentina’s V-neck chiffon dress? This fishbone necklace is a nice touch for a more original and wild style, right?
Choosing which V-neck suits you: find your way to elegance
The design of a V-neck makes your face and neck more slender. It will make your facial contour appear softer and your neck longer.
Deep-V necks are tricky to wear when you already have generous breasts: make sure to wear the invisible right bra that lifts and centers them.
TIP: use body adhesive tape to stick the material to your skin around the décolleté to avoid showing more than you want!