And it definitely applies to t-shirts. As for how many of each you should have, I suggest getting at least 2 of each, that way you can easily get through a week without needing to do laundry. All of these shirts come in the colors I recommended above. Basically they have to be neck lengthening but not so low as to be small bust highlighting. Team V all the way…..!!
Crew neck and boatneck makes my shoulders appear too wide. Team V all the way…..!! Les filles à poitrines seront plus à leur avantage dans un col V que rond. Mais comme la mode a décidé depuis un long long moment que le corps de la mode était plat et bien on trouve beaucoup plus de col rond.
Il va falloir que ça change car la nouvelle génération est plutôt dotée de poitrines généreuses: Definitely crew necks for me. I have a petite frame and a small chest. V-necks are always just hanging off my chest and you have to be so careful about leaning over too far haha. Boat necks, boat necks, boat necks.
They are the only ones for me. Not so easy to find, though. A mix of both! I think a loose, low round neck tee is the most flattering. The jeans in this story are perfection — where are they from? V neck to balance out my long legs-short torso- large bust body type; but love the idea of a crew neck, which plays better to my tomboyish aesthetic. Team V neck, I have crew necks but with a large bust, V necks are just more flattering.
Large bust line requires it. Finally found the perfect one at Oak NYC. It lengthens my neck and makes my chest look like I have two boobs instead of a uniboob! Now for swan-necked women with small pert breasts, a crew neck is divine! Crewnecks are for layering under sweaters when you want a peek of the underneath to show at the collar. I like to wear v-neck t-shirts. I like this article so much. Thanks a lot for sharing. I also have a stash of white and black crew neck Ts. Small boobs look much more sexier with Vneck than crew neck!
I took back my feminity thanks to V necks: Saw about three true v-necks and a smattering of scoop necks, the rest crew necks. I'm told that v-neck is more flattering on me, but I only wear crew neck. I feel comfortable in crew neck and I don't have to keep reaching up to make sure I am not exposing myself when I bend over in the office. I have noticed that some people don't care when you can see down their shirt, but it bothers me tremendously.
Crew necks are much more flattering on me than V necks. I'd like to try on the new boyfriend jeans - is the crotch dropped further or is the waistband just higher? I usually can't wear V-s because they're too low but I love a high V if I can find it.
Some I generally get crew or boatneck, But then some crew's , which should be my style, are so high they bother me and don't drape as well --I like me an easy-fitting fluid crew. I like v necks, but they are harder to come by.
I also like scoops. Basically they have to be neck lengthening but not so low as to be small bust highlighting. I have broad shoulders and medium chest. Crew necks work best. They seem to gather the interest to the face and have a "shrinking effect" on my shoulders and chest. And I think I like that they feel even more minimal. V-necks and scoops are the most flattering on me.
I'm petite, inverted triangle, average bust. I like how they elongate my frame. My older daughter has a round face, like me, and we both feel v necks or moderately scooped necks look better on us. A crew neck makes me feel chubbier for some reason. We have medium necks and are somewhat short from neck to top of bust so deep v shape is not good. My younger daughter has a slim oval face and she can wear any neckline.
The jeans look odd to me. The back view seems fine but the front looks like there is room for a true "boyfriend" shape, if you know what I mean, and also makes the model's legs look short and wide.
Since she is a model, that is probably not the case. I'd have to see them on a real person, or try them on to make a better judgment. With both items , tops and jeans, try them on and see how you feel and how you like them on YOU. I tend to prefer v-neck, even though I am small busted and have short hair. I do pay attention to how deep the v is to prevent my bra from showing.
I don't mind wearing a scarf with them either. Crews still remind me of all the basic tees I wore for most of my life so they are a fine basic but not very exciting to me. I wear all kinds of necklines, but I find v-necks or a narrower not wide scoop-neck the most flattering on me. I really can't see a neckline as classic as a crew neck or v-neck or even scoop-neck as "dated. I like both but really like the U neck or scoop neck style like this one https: My preference on the two you are showing is the v-neck because the crew neck seems very close to the neck.
But it will all depend on your body type and personal preference, what makes you feel more comfortable. Regarding the bf jeans I don't know, they seem to be getting too low on the crotch and I feel that we are moving a little bit away from such pronounced bf styles. I look absolutely awful in crew necks.
And in shallow v-necks. It should lightly hug your body and arms. The elastic bands at the wrists and bottom should hug your body but not squeeze it; they should adjust to the natural contours of your body.
The bands at the wrist should also be tight enough so you can push the sleeves up your arm and stay in place, not slide down.
Cashmere is the most luxurious kind of wool, but it is unfortunately also the most expensive. You can still pull off the look in the spring or even summer, but a cotton fabric sweater will be your best bet in the warmer weather. V-neck sweaters look great with or without patterns. A plain v neck in black, brown, gray, or navy blue look extremely sharp and can be worn with nearly anything. Black, navy blue, brown, and darker shades of green will look great during the colder months.
Wearing Argyle is a good way to add more color to an ensemble, and it offers a sporty alternative to wearing a plain sweater. Argyle is a bit more casual but it too can be worn with nearly anything if the colors are coordinated correctly.
Now whether you need a crew neck or v-neck t-shirt is dependent on a few factors that I’ll get into later on in this article. If you’re like most of my clients, you’re probably wearing a t-shirt or polo shirt most of the time, so let’s make sure you look amazing in them. The V neck tends to have much more variance than a Crew neck; the length of the V shape can differ considerably depending on the style. The great benefit of a V neck over a Crew neck is its versatility both in the clothing it can be worn with and the settings in which it can be worn. Team V neck, I have crew necks but with a large bust, V necks are just more flattering. I finally found the perfect T, % cotton, no slub and loose around the middle. I have it in every size, small is still loose and fairly long, large is very loose and needs pinning if I don’t want the “off the shoulder” look.