- having an open collar ⇒
He was wearing cotton pants and an open-necked shirt.
Example Sentences Including 'open-necked'
Andy Graham was casual: jeans, open-necked shirt, golf jacket.
YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
Dressed in black jacket and trousers and blue open-necked shirt, he looks more Mr Ordinary than a supreme soldier.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Dunstan, dressed in a blue suit, white open-necked shirt and black shoes, appeared relaxed, chatting with Mr Thomas before the court opened.
For men, the dress shirt has returned as a staple, though it's most often worn open-necked and untucked.
Ottawa Sun (2003)
Him... Karl, sitting on the platform outside in khaki trousers and a white open-necked shirt, plimsolls, no socks.
THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
In a thick brown cable-knit sweater and open-necked shirt he reminded her faintly of a rumpled sheepdog.
Midnight is a Lonely Place
THE Queen had two members of a BBC TV crew removed from Ascot on Monday when she spotted them in a T shirt and open-necked shirt.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
The manager, Albert, was a raving eccentric in an open-necked shirt and silk cravat, whose hairstyle was never the same two days running.
IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003)
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