I built the ribbed yoke in a k2, p3 ribbing to allow me to narrow the yoke almost invisibly by using p2tog decreases. After three series of decreases I bound off all stitches for an off-the-shoulder version shown here. Looks great over a tank top, or with decorative bra straps, or alone if you are young enough to pull that off (I say if you got it, rock it!)
This is such a comfortable sweater and I love the neckline. But I also think I would love it just as much with a high neck for those freezing winter days, or even something in between those two options for every day wear, and, maybe you are thinking the same thing.
I am using Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherds's Wool. It feels great against your skin, and the fit is so comfortable, I chose the colorway Milk Chocolate 'cause it looks and sounds yummy. I know I will get huge wear out of this sweater. I may need to knit two versions to keep for myself. My husband has voted for the off-the-shoulder one, but for winter I think I would love the high-neck one.