One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A neckline on a dress or blouse that is low at the front and shaped like the top of a heart.
- ‘She wore a pale teal blue dress with a sweetheart neckline, three-quarter sleeves, the waist gathered, the skirt flowing to the floor.’
- ‘Sky-blue taffeta, sweetheart neckline, tons of ruffles cascading down my backside to a train that cleverly hooked back up to make walking a bit easier.’
- ‘She wore a soft yellow and olive green plaid gown with a sweetheart neckline and sleeves that reached just slightly past her elbows.’
- ‘‘Young, really young girls, love Chanel, and also, obviously, the socialites love it,’ said Carmen Electra, who wore a sleek, sweetheart neckline gown.’
- ‘It has a sweetheart neckline and a dropped waist.’
- ‘Annabelle dressed in a gown that she and Geneva had spent a week making, a simple lacy white satin costume, with a low sweetheart neckline, and a velvet sash with a pearl brooch.’
- ‘Cara's choice was a plain navy top with silvery piping on the sleeves and hem, with a very flattering sweetheart neckline.’
- ‘A sweetheart neckline might work as well if it is classic and is combined with a simple, elegant, sophisticated style.’
- ‘The short sleeves floated softly around Josie's shoulders and the gorgeous sweetheart neckline was accented with pearls.’
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