I hate to say it but I remember the plunging necklines of the 70s jumpsuits and who can forget the 80s shoulder pads just to give the plunge a higher starting point to enhance the power dressing. Well designers seem to be in favor of them again.
The plunging neck line can work well if you;
• Have a sort neck as it will help to lengthen the neck area
• Square or a round face.
• Have wide shoulders
• Large in the chest as it can help slim, but be sure you have enough support.
• Short in statue as the vertical as it will elongate.
• Wide in body shape as it will elongate
Avoid if you:
• Narrow across the shoulder .If you really just have to have a plunging neck line have it start as close the shoulder line as possible
• If you have a long thin face as if will draw the eye down vertically and create imbalance to your features and can age you
• If you are very tall or long and thin, as it will over exaggerate your shape and you will look out of balance.
* If you are wearing a plunging neckline remember to think about breast support. Nothing looks worse then saggy boobs. Hanging out of the plunge.
This is just general in formation as the rest of the dress design; hair, accessories etc. can also influence the over all look. Having a personal styling session prior to any of you purchases will ensure you look amazing and don’t make costly mistakes.
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