We’ve already brought you a post about different types of skirts, so for today’s Tips and Tricks Tuesday, we’ll be discussing some of the most common types of necklines in women’s clothing and how to tell them apart! Once you’ve found the one that you think will be most flattering to your figure, you can get started on one of the free sewing patterns we’ve included for each! From dresses to tops, knowing your necklines will make your sewing projects a lot smoother.
A scoop neck is your traditional t-shirt’s neckline – nothing deep or revealing, just a little dip at the neck.
A U-neck is like a rounded version of its cousin, the V-neck! It’s deeper than the scoop neck but still rounded.
This type of neckline gets its name because it looks like the top of the heart. This is a very popular style for wedding dresses.
What type of neckline do you like best?
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