Cache-cœur

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Cache-cœur.

A Cache-cœur (French for "hide the heart") is a top for women, composed of two finished triangular parts, each having a strap. It is closed by overlapping the two segments and tying the straps behind the back or along the side, depending on the length. The triangular shape of the sides makes the garment a type of V-neck.[1]

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  1. ^ "Word of the week: Cache-coeur". Fritinancy Names, brands, writing, and the language of commerce. Retrieved 7 April 2021.