The neckline has a strong impact on your appearance and is what most people focus on because it draws attention on the face, collarbones, and décolletage.
Halter: is the sleeveless style that fastens at the back of the neck and leaves the shoulders bare. This is a great look for woman with very defined shoulders. It does not look best on woman with broad or narrow shoulders.
Off-the-Shoulder: A slightly curving neckline that extends from should to shoulder and has a small sleeve or fabric that lightly cover the shoulders. this looks wonderful on medium to full sized busts and pear-shape figures. This look does not look the best on people with broad shoulders and thin hips.
Scoop: A softly curved line that slopes downward across the bodice. This look is perfect for everyone.
Spaghetti Strap: Has very thin straps that go over the shoulders. Looks best on small to medium busts. Woman with large busts or broad shoulders tend to not lean toward these straps.
Strapless: the bodice is usually cut straight across but can have other necklines as well. This looks fantastic on woman with broad shoulders.
Square: Features a square or rectangle shaped neckline. It looks best on well-endowed or LDS temple-ready brides.
Sweetheart: Has a graceful, open neckline that is shaped like the top half of a heart. This looks wonderful on a woman with a medium to large bust because the neckline curves down across the bust and comes to a point at the décolletage which caused the bride to look better proportioned.
Tank: Similar to a scoop neckline just without sleeves. It looks really great on woman who have muscular arms. Brides who have arm issues do not feel as comfortable in this style.
V-Neck: Dips down in a flattering V. This elongates the neckline and de-emphasizes the bustline. Looks fabulous on woman who are a B or C in bra cups.