This, the final post on necklines, completes the journey through decades of styles. I enjoyed my adventure searching for styles that fit into the different categories. I was amazed how many variations there are to each of the basic drawings.
Now to show you the final 4 necklines in the series.
The first up is the Cowl Neckline. The Cowl can be a shallow or deep, almost plunging neckline, depending on the garment. Below are several examples of the cowl in several styles and depths.
The Banded Neckline is commonly seen on Cardigan Sweaters. It can also be found on some classic dresses. This neckline was not the easiest one to find examples of. But - here are a few! Thank you to Janeen for having that awesome example in the center!
The Bib Neckline has been in use since Medieval times. Below are examples from the 1940's to present times. Popular on Men's Tuxedo Shirts, sorry guys, I couldn't find one, to dresses and women's blouses.
After all of the necklines through these past months, the final neckline is very a common, simple one. The Yoke has many variations. Square, scoop, deep, or shallow. Here are the last few examples in this series.
Well that's it! I hope everyone has enjoyed learning about different necklines. I'll be researching a new series soon!