Necklines that are high in various style iterations in dresses can be a way for you to break away from the low or off-the-shoulder designs that you may have been wearing to beat the heat. With the monsoon predicted to shed some hardcore pour here in tropical Malaysia, a high neck dress with a short hemline would be a great option.
The high neck offers some insulation, but the short hemline promises that you still get the necessary breeze.
Since it’s already October, and the quest for a red dress has beginning to make its vibe known for the holiday season is perched on a horizon, I decided to showcase a list of FOUR red dress with high neckline styles you can work into your present wardrobe or safe them for a future inspiration when the time to shop arrives for you! Enjoy!
This rounded neckline is simplicity, it’s not that supremely high but still the beauty lies in its streamlined effect and the gorgeous scallop hemline.
Red Long Sleeve Swing Dress
The neckline is higher than the previous one while the silhouette is more relaxed and casual. Instead of a long sleeve, this one has the quarter sleeve style nailed down.
Oriental Style Red Dress
This oriental beauty captures at first sight: blame it on the charming mandarin collar and flare sleeves.
High Neck Pleated Fit And Flare Dress
The presence of a sweet front pleat detailing and a long sleeve style that cinches at the wrist makes this a really lovely red frock to wear any time the mood strikes.
Which red dress has the best features you appreciate most? Share below – I’d love to know!
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