High neck tops sleeveless were big in 2011-2012 and appear to be making quite the strong comeback ten years later, meaning in the present day. We hope this trend lasts a long long time this time around, as high neck tops are amazing for so many reasons. They can really be worn in any season, but are especially useful in autumn, winter and spring because of how they can keep your neck warm. They are great choices when you want that little extra touch to add a bit of elegance to your look without going overboard in the process.
The nice thing about high neck tops for the office is that they by default give you a "harder" look. In today's office environments, this makes you stand out and gives you a certain air of authority. This is ideal for those hard negotiations, either with your bosses or with clients etc. As we all well know, the psychology of fashion is very important in dealing with other people. However, high neck tops can be great for your leisure time, too. For when you go out informally, it can be nice to have a couple of blouses with high necks with "softer" frills on them, for example.
Let's be honest here. A scarf looks great in a two-dimensional image. They aren't necessarily very practical on the street, however. Getting the right high-neck top allows you to protect your neck and throat from the cold while taking the cumbersome factor right out of the equation! Depending on the climate and circumstances, a proper high neck top can absolutely be a perfect substitute for that old scarf that never seems to sit right on you. Also, ironically, because a high neck top sits closer to your skin in some cases, it can actually even make you feel warmer than your typical scarf.
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