Check your closet — it’s likely a sea of v-necks, scoop necks, and maybe the odd turtleneck, right? It’s official: You’re stuck in a neckline rut. Luckily, Veronica M is making it easier than ever to add some much-needed spice to your blouse collection. Stylish necklines that are anything but boring are one of our specialties.
In fact, we think that experimenting with an unexpected neckline is one of the easiest ways to update your wardrobe. Think about it: These tops can be worn in the same way as your typical v-necks — with jeans, slacks, skirts, you name it — but they add an eye-catching detail to every outfit, no styling tricks required. Ahead, the five neckline to add to your collection ASAP.
Halter tops were huge in the late nineties and early aughts, but today’s version of the silhouette is a little bit different than what you’re used to. Instead of a skimpy or sporty vibe, Veronica M halters feature a higher neckline and angled armholes, designed to show off your shoulders in a way that still feels wearable for work.
For a wild vibe, check out our Cleo Halter with Pleats — its leopard print is perfect paired with black jeans, and its swingy silhouette is flattering on every body. The Jolie Smocked Turtleneck Blouse is office-appropriate, while the Remy Sleeveless Top is a new Saturday night staple.
If a turtleneck and a v-neck had a blouse baby, it would be one of our favorite necklines of all time: the cut out choker top. It’s sexy, it’s sassy, and it’s easy to style (no statement necklace required).
The keyhole neckline, another one of our go-tos, is the perfect combination of halter + cut out. Blouses with this kind of detail usually feature a higher neckline with a subtle, vertical cutout at the chest for the chicest peak of cleavage, ever.
Take the Destiny Keyhole Dress out for a spin. Rendered in shiny metallic silver, it’s the outfit you’ve been looking for to make a statement on the dance floor. Or, cozy up in the Savannah Velvet Dress, which features a keyhole neckline in soft, touchable velvet fabric.
For casual days, why not swap your traditional turtleneck for a slouchier version? Draped cowl necklines are perfect for winter, since they offer all the coziness of a sweater but look decidedly more polished.
Finally, add a touch of sex appeal to your closet with a criss-cross neckline. This style takes the deep v to the next level, accentuating the décolletage area in the most fashion-forward way.
Want to give the look a try? Opt for the Veronica M Grey Cupro Surplice Top. Executed in comfortable stretch fabric, it feels as easy to wear as your favorite white tee shirt — but it’s a hell of a lot more stylish.
Which new neckline are you dying to try?