Every Top I Want Right Now Has This Flattering Neckline


Whether running errands, getting dressed for work, or planning my next evening look, jeans and a nice top is a formula that I—and I’m sure many of you—rely on. This combination has become such a staple that brands even began creating sections of their websites dedicated to this iconic pairing. As a dedicated alumni of the “jeans and a nice top” fan club, I spend a lot of time searching for the perfect top, and on my recent search, I found that every top I’m falling for right now has the same feature: a sweetheart neckline. 

The sweetheart neckline has never looked cooler. For a time, sweetheart necklines were mostly reserved for bridesmaid dresses, but a resurgence came when much-loved brand Khaite designed a sweetheart neckline top that almost all the fashion crowd had, or wanted. Whether featured on minimalist staples or patterned tops, the beauty of the neckline is that it’s incredibly flattering and has an elegant feel in its classic design.

Alongside the traditional curved sweetheart neckline is the inverse sweetheart neckline. Instead of dipping at the cleavage, the inverse style curves upwards in the centre. Whichever style you choose, tops with the neckline have an expensive-looking feel whatever the price point. 

The inverse sweetheart neckline looks seriously premium. 

If you’re looking to embrace this flattering neckline, I’ve made an edit of the best sweetheart neckline tops on the market. Just keep scrolling to explore them. 

A luxe-looking piece without the price tag.

The fitted style and slick sleeve design shows exactly why the fashion set love Khaite. 

Reformation does its best pieces in extended sizes, and this beautiful sweetheart bustier comes in sizes up to UK 28. 

Even sleeveless iterations work to show off the heart-shaped neckline. 

I recently bought this top, and I can confirm it looks just as premium in real life. 

The hard part is choosing between green, pink or white. 

The chicest way to frame your décolletage. 

I’ve been eyeing up the matching skirt too. 

Elevate your basics with this simple neckline. 

I love the strap detailing. 

A standout neckline in a standout colour. 

With jeans, tailored trousers, skirts or shorts. 

It looks just as elevated in printed iterations. 

If you’re looking for a more daring look, this cutout version is for you. 

Prime example of the inverse sweetheart neckline. 

The back is just as good. 

One more Khaite top for good measure. 

Imagine this with blue jeans and chunky boots for autumn. 

With peek-a-boo cutout and peplum hem to make a real statement. 

Next: The 9 Expensive-Looking Pieces on the High Street This Week

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