The upper border or part of a low-cut (i.e., décolleté) dress.
the exposed upper parts of the breasts of a woman wearing a low-cut dress.
low neckline: the top front part of a woman's low-cut garment; the upper part of a woman's chest, below the neck.
An extremely low-cut neckline
a low-cut neckline on a woman's dress
A plunging neckline that reveals your cleavage, it's often used in off-the-shoulder designs.
a deep, plunging neckline, only for the truly bold.
A very deep, plunging neckline which reveals a lot of cleavage. A more severe form of a V-neckline.
This term refers to the neckline of a dress. It is often used to describe the plunching necklines of women's dresses in the early 19th century--namely a strapless dress or one with a plunging neckline. Children, both girls and young boys, in the early 19th century wore similarly styled dresses, althought not with the dfaring necklines of fashionable women of the time. HBC notes that some slightly older boys not yet ready for trousers might wear their dresses with blouses. See, for example, a 1838 German painting.
A revealing, deep, plunging neckline.
the neckline of a low-cut gown.