Trend Alert: Cowl Necklines
This season, we’re in love with cowl necklines. We can’t get enough of this sophisticated style! If you’re not familiar with cowl necklines, this style features loose, draped fabric around the collar. Cowl necklines became popular in the 1930’s, and we think they add elegance and grace to any ensemble. Let’s look at four different ways to wear cowl necklines this season. Keep reading to get inspired!
Chunky Cowl Neck Poncho
For a chunky, dramatic cowl neck, wrap up in the Janie Cowl Neck Poncho. Our ivory colored poncho sweater is truly adorable. The relaxed silhouette and comfortable fit make this piece easy to layer over your favorite dresses. This oversized layer will surely become a favorite in the winter months!
The Janie Cowl Neck Poncho looks gorgeous with jeans or leggings, but we paired it with the Amanda Knit Mini Dress for a more feminine feel. The beige sweater dress and ivory poncho create a beautiful neutral color scheme. Finish off the look with our Molly Claw Hair Clip. A tortoiseshell clip complements the outfit while adding a hint of pattern. Wear this outfit on a cute coffee shop date or out shopping with friends!
Silky Cowl Neck Cami
Cowl neck camis have such a flirty vibe! The Juliette Cowl Neck Cami features lace along the neck and back. Our black cami top has a subtle cowl neck and is made from a crinkled satin. Cowl necks and satin are the perfect match–the satin really highlights the folded neckline! This cami has so many delicate details that make it a must for feminine women.
We styled this cami with a pair of black jeans for a dressy look. The Logan Distressed Hem Skinny Jeans are made from stretchy denim, which ensures a flattering fit. Distressed details make these jeans distinctive. Finally, break up the monochrome look with our Claire V-Neck Cardigan. Burgundy is such a rich, beautiful shade, and it looks amazing with the all black ensemble. Wear this outfit to a holiday party or on a girl’s night out!
Satin Cowl Neck Slip Dress
Work the cowl neck trend into your wardrobe with a slinky slip dress! The Francine Cowl Neck Slip Dress comes in a trendy sage color that we can’t get enough of this year. You can’t help but feel beautiful in this sage midi. Our satin dress has a figure skimming silhouette that’s oh-so flattering. The satin material adds texture and dimension to this cowl neck dress.
Match the slip dress with a pair of delicate, strappy heels. The Double Strap Heeled Sandal is a neutral heel that will keep all eyes on your glamorous gown. Lastly, draw attention to the dress’s cowl neckline with a necklace. The Kimmy Gold Layered Necklace features layered gold chains and pendants and adds a unique touch. Get ready to dance the night away in this formal ‘fit!
Cozy Cowl Neck Sweater
The Ada Cowl Neck Top is cozy like a turtleneck, but with the elegance and grace associated with cowl neck. This long sleeved top is made from an ultra soft knit fabric; it’s so comfy, you’ll never want to take it off! Dolman sleeves add a stylish touch to this peach colored sweater. Snuggle up in our cowl neck top!
You can’t go wrong with a classic pair of skinny jeans, so we chose our Yani High Rise Super Skinny Jeans. Finally, use the Sophia Gold Metal Claw Clip to create the perfect messy updo. This cute and casual look is perfect for everything from holiday shopping to family gatherings!
Sequined Cowl Neck Cami
Sequins are a girl’s best friend! The Stormi Cowl Neck Cami comes in a gorgeous rose gold color. Sequins make the metallic shade really shine. This cami top comes in a slightly cropped length and has adjustable straps for a personalized fit. When wearing this cami, remember: life won’t sparkle unless you do!
Get glam with a tulle skirt! The Eloise Tulle Midi Skirt is a ballerina's dream come to life. Accessorize the outfit with a glitzy pair of earrings. The Paula Crystal and Pearl Statement Earrings bring the bling to any look. This girly glitter outfit was made for the spotlight!
Cowl necks are trendy, but we're confident that they'll be in style for quite some time! How are you wearing cowl necks this season?
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