Heavily embellished and jeweled necklines have the advantage of being both the focal point of a gown and also of letting you skip any additional heavy statement pieces, since the statement is already built right in to the gown!
A simply stunning jeweled, illusion, and cutout back from Haley Page.
|All credits, top and below two: Haley Page Sp2013 - style no. HP6300|
The front and alternate view show off the stunning jewel neckline fully trimmed in embellishment, serving as a statement piece on its own with a matching embellished waist.
A built-in draped statement necklace on a sheer illusion neckline, which serves to highlight the sweetheart bodice. The waist also has the tiniest of jeweled embellishment as well.
|Credit: Alfred Angelo, 2013 private collection, style no. 2393.|
A statement jeweled neckline is repeated at the waist for a mirrored effect on this lovely princess bodice and full skirted taffeta gown.
|Credit: Alfred Angelo, 2013 private collection, style no. 2389.|
A sheer illusion neckline with embellished necklace detail that dips down to a point both at the front and back.
|Credits: Mia Solano, Spring 2013 collection, style no. "M1308Z".|
This Luly Yang gown features a pearl encrusted front bodice panel with a diagonal peplum skirt detail. Its a bit of a different look than the rest of the necklace-like embellishments but while it is heavier to wear it looks just a bit fresher.
|Credits: Luly Yang, Luly Yang Diamonds, style "Diamonds and Pearls".|