There are many different types of shirt neckline.
The neckline is the top edge of a garment that surrounds the neck,
especially from the front view.
A U-neck opening on a shirt is basically
what you would expect from the name. The neck opening of the shirt
is formed in the shape of the letter “U". Similar to a v-neck
shirt, but the bottom portion is rounded rather than forming a point
like the letter V.
Necklines also refers to the overall line between
all the layers of clothing and the neck and shoulders of a person.
Scoop Neck (curved, concave up) these have a
curved U-shape, with the arms of the U hanging on the shoulders. The
depth of the U can vary, ranging from demure styles to plunging.
Learn more about
shirt necklines in our apparel definitions section.