V-neckline: ‘V’ neckline highlights the neckline, V- Neckline is the most flattering neckline on most women because it emphasizes the oval shape of the face and makes the neck appear longer.
It creates a slimming effect and depending on the depth of the V- neckline it can be used to create the illusion of a broad shoulder or a narrow shoulder.
The V- neckline can dissect large chests, but it can also create an interest for a smaller bust.
The V-neckline with a width greater than the length will help you make your narrow shoulders appear wider. A deeper V-neckline will make your wide-shoulders look narrower.
Cowl neckline: Cowl-neck incorporates a greater amount of extra fabric, hanging in a scooping fashion, on the neck-line. This helps to draw attention towards your chest and neckline. Thus, loosing the focus from the shoulders.
Halter neckline: as this will make you look wider than they actually are.
Square neckline: this neckline gives the shoulders a broader look.
Scoop : provide maximum exposure to the chest making it look broader than they actually are. More focus towards chest and shoulders.
Boat: This is not an ideal one for those with broad shoulders or a short neck.
Off-shoulder: It widens the shoulders.
Turtle: makes the shoulder more wide then they actually are.