A cowl neck is a simple and elegant design that adds interest to a dress. You can make it even more interesting by adding it to the bodice of a cocktail or short dress. The result is chic and sophisticated, yet timelessly beautiful.
Cowl-neck Cocktail Dress
The cowl-neck dress is a sweet, feminine style that works well with small busts. It’s best if you don’t wear it without any kind of belt (like a tie belt), as the shape of your waist will look better defined with some sort of accessory. If you have a large bust and want to wear one anyway, consider adding some extra padding underneath the top layer so that it doesn’t feel too tight around your chest area!
Cowl neck dresses are great for all body types short or tall; slim or curvy; long legs or short legs; big arms or small arms, you get the idea!
Cowl-neck Short Dress
A cowl-neck dress is a fitted garment that features a high, wide neckline that can be worn with or without sleeves. The cowl-neck dress was originally designed in the 1960s by French fashion designer Marcel Rochas and quickly became popular thanks to its flattering fit and elegant appearance.
Today, there are several styles of this type of garment available on the market from short versions perfect for summertime events like weddings or cocktail parties all the way up through long versions suitable for formal occasions such as black tie affairs or galas.