Sunday, July 14, 2019

V-neck Bridesmaid Dresses



Small, medium or large breast: guide to the right neckline
The choice of a dress that catalyzes the looks on the décolleté does not always depend on fashion tastes or trends. If the breast is the focus of the look, there is a long series of aesthetic rules to be respected (although often not explicit)

Heart-shaped, V-shaped, bustier, soft, abyssal. There is a neckline for all tastes, but not for every size. it is easy to notice by looking at the red carpet of the most beautiful of the star system, which, if we like it or not, often give an example of how a beautiful breast can be ruined by the wrong dress and vice versa (it takes little to turn a size zero into a super sexy focus ). They are rules of style, fashion, good taste if desired. But certain tricks are not always known.
The very small breast is always the most manageable, the least vulgar even with abyssal necklines, but not the easiest. It's even more important if you search inspiration to take a look at V-neck Bridesmaid Dresses.
There are three ways to enhance it: very deep and close-fitting necklines, “push up” effect, to emphasize the contours, especially with elasticized fabrics that slightly compress it. Second way: slip dresses slipped, like "supported" on the breast. Better if with very thin shoulder straps, which say "no, there is no need for support". The alternative? To dare a blazer with nothing underneath, the sexiest provocation of the moment, even on the catwalks of the last "a-gender" seasons.
What to avoid instead? Bustier dresses with very rigid cups, which risk never being "filled" enough. Necklines too soft, with a lot of fabric that moves in cascade on the front, which completely hide it and even highlight the sternum (often bony, on small sizes). No also to the too-high V-shaped versions, which cover 3/4 of the surface of the breast, because they completely empty the volumes with a "flattening" effect.
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Lucky those who have it, because it is the size with which it is (almost) impossible to go wrong. A second / third allows any chance: it goes well with bodice necklines with pre-shaped cups, which emphasize the not-too-exaggerated volume. It looks good with the most daring V-shaped necklines, preferably deep or empire, which shift the focus to the low volume, on the so-called "lunettes", that is the roundish bases of the breast that only remain visible (and anti-gravity) in this measure. Yes also to the drop-shaped necklines, closed at the neck, open like a porthole on the breast, which in this size allows the round neckline without risks of "leaks". The only No perhaps goes to the very slippery necklines, those typical of petticoat dresses, which risk falling into the vulgar just after the second size. Better to have at least the guide of a sewn cup.
Caution. When choosing a dress, the breasts for oversize pose questions of gravity, bulk and volume that should not be underestimated. Especially because the risk "explosive look" is always around the corner. In reality it is much easier to proceed by prohibitions, because the list of "no" is decidedly thicker than that of the "yes": absolute no to squeezed bustiers, deep necklines besides the base of the breast, thin shoulder straps, cascading necklines of frontal fabric. This type of measurement should always be adequately supported: Yes, therefore, with flat bustiers, without preformed cups (meaning that they should remember to remember Jessica Rabbit) and rigid, pre-shaped V-shaped necklines that stop any movement. A good solution also comes from the wrap necklines, crossed at the front. By modulating the height of the intersection you can have an optical restraining effect and red carpet-proof push ups. Extreme evils (is dress already purchased)?

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