February 28, 2012

Cowl Neck

cowl |koul|nouna draped neckline on a woman's garment.

cowled adjectiveORIGIN Old English cugele, cūle, fromecclesiastical Latin cuculla, from Latin cucullus ‘hood of a cloak.’

Cowl neck dresses by Elie Saab:

Donna Karan, NY famous designer, uses cowl neckline in lots of her dresses.

And so does Roksanda Ilincic:


shop.nordstrom.com offering these cowl neckline apparels:
Alice + Olivia Burnout Knit Dress, $265:
Alice + Olivia Cowl Neck Metallic Jersey Dress,  was $265; now $104:
Cacharel Stretch Poplin Shift Dress, $335:

Donna Karan Collection Cowl Neck Jersey Dress, $795
Helmut Lang 'Dusk' Jersey Dress, was $395; now $234
Lanvin Satin Blouse, $1220:

Lida Baday Tucked Silk Radzimir Dress $1175:

Oscar de la Renta Cascading Cowl Neck Wool Crepe Dress, $1690

Oscar de la Renta Drape Front Dress, $1690

Credits to: vogue.it, shop.nordstrom.com

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