V-neck designs are great to wear and probably the most flattering neckline. It helps draw the eye to a point, highlighting the neck and décolletage, shaping your upper half.
Best to purchase V-neck tops in neutral colours at first, such as white, black, cream or grey as they are a solid foundation for your wardrobe and can be worn with pretty much any style jacket and outfit. It is a great basic to have and flattering at the same time.
As seen in the images below, the V-neck layers well with a blazer as it follows the same line, accentuating the neckline and dresses up an otherwise casual outfit.
This specific neckline bares the neck so if you are feeling too exposed, you can always add a necklace, choker or scarf, as these style really well with V-necks and breaks up the bareness. Play around with the thickness and size of your accessories as you literally have a blank canvas – try contrast colours, colour blocking, delicate jewellery, statement chokers, neck ties etc.
Remember though, to take note of how low the V neck goes and wear it appropriately – do not wear plunging necklines to work or interviews, keep it chic and modest, baring the collarbones and minimal skin. If you are going out on a girls night, by all means, drop the neckline lower but still keep it classy.
Try the Victoria Relaxed Tee for a cool basic V-neck style that can be worn casually and comfortable enough to lounge in on the couch, or pair with leather pants and a red lip for a dinner in the city.