Here are some common types of bodices that you may find in dresses:
- Sweetheart bodice: A heart-shaped neckline that is often strapless.
- Halter neck bodice: A neckline that wraps around the neck and leaves the shoulders and back exposed.
- Off-the-shoulder bodice: A neckline that rests on the shoulders, leaving the arms bare.
- One-shoulder bodice: A neckline that covers one shoulder and leaves the other bare.
- V-neck bodice: A neckline that forms a “V” shape in the front, often plunging to various depths.
- Scoop neck bodice: A rounded neckline that dips low, often showing some cleavage.
- Boat neck bodice: A wide, horizontal neckline that runs from shoulder to shoulder, sometimes exposing the collarbones.
- Square neck bodice: A neckline that forms a square shape, often seen in vintage and traditional dresses.
- High-neck bodice: A neckline that covers the entire neck and sometimes extends up to the chin or jawline.
- Strapless bodice: A bodice without any straps or sleeves, often held up by boning or elastic.
- Spaghetti strap bodice: A bodice with thin, delicate straps that resemble spaghetti.
- Keyhole bodice: A bodice with a small, oval-shaped cutout below the neckline.
- Plunging neckline bodice: A bodice with a deep, plunging neckline that often shows a significant amount of cleavage.
- Illusion bodice: A bodice that appears to be sheer or made of lace, often with skin-colored fabric underneath.
These are just a few examples, and there are many other variations of bodices that can be found in dresses.