The following are the most common necklines and the necklaces that accentuates those necklines.
CREW NECK: The crew neck has a round neckline and no collar. Perfect to showcase a statement necklace that will create a longer neckline. Longer necklaces work equally well, including delicate solitaire pendants. A short necklace will compete with this neckline. Shop Avon’s Statement Necklaces.
COWL NECK: The cowl neck neckline on a woman’s blouse or sweater that hangs in draped folds. Shop Avon’s Link Necklaces.
TURTLENECK: The turtleneck is a close neckline that features an extended collar reminiscent of a turtle’s neck when fully extended from its shell. Perfect to showcase a statement necklaces or a longer necklace. Shop Avon’s Statement Necklaces or Long Necklaces.
SCOOP NECK: The scoop neck dips down to reveal some portion of the upper chest. The general shape of it is usually a semi-circle or U-shaped neckline. With this neckline you want to fill in the space with multiple strands of beads or larger bold pendants which complement the scoop neck. Shop Avon’s Pendant Necklaces.
BOATNECK: A boatneck has a narrow neckline that is open shoulder to shoulder. Shop Avon’s Long Necklaces.
V-NECK: The v neck is the single-most flattering neckline style there is. It is formed by two diagonal lines from the shoulders that meet on the chest creating a V shape. Ideally, a necklace that matches the shape of the V goes perfectly with this neckline. Shop Avon’s Necklaces.
TANK TOP: The tank top is a short, sleeveless top. Shop Avon’s Long Necklaces.
COLLAR: Collar also know as a button down is a skirt that features a collar along with a full opening from the top of the collar to the bottom of the hem, as well as sleeves and cuffs. This isn’t much space for anything too wide, so an over the collar statement necklace, a choker style necklace or a dainty pendant that sits above the last open button. Shop Avon’s Necklaces.
CHAIN LENGTH GUIDE: Necklace Length Guide. Shop Avon’s Necklaces.