Plunging Necklines are Here to Stay

This trend is for those of us who thought we were late bloomers, but turns out were never going to fill out nearly as much as some of our other gal pals. Yes, those more endowed friends gladly showed off their cleavage in low cut tops. Yes, they looked sexy even in workout tanks. Yes, they made us consider buying that water bra. But now it’s our turn, my flat-chested friends. Because the only thing that can make cleavage look bad in fashion is too much of it. Plunging necklines are in, as confirmed by the runway looks of New York Fashion Week.

Alice and Oliva Design  Photo from nyfw.com
Alice and Oliva Design
Photo from nyfw.com

Alice and Oliva were among many designers at New York Fashion Week who decided to keep the edgy class going through this season and into the next.

Design by Carmen Marc Valvo Photo from nyfw.com
Design by Carmen Marc Valvo
Photo from nyfw.com
Design by Dennis Basso Photo from nyfw.com
Design by Dennis Basso
Photo from nyfw.com
Design by Jenny Packham Photo from nyfw.com
Design by Jenny Packham
Photo from nyfw.com
Design by Herve Leger by Max Azria Photo from nyfw.com
Design by Herve Leger by Max Azria
Photo from nyfw.com

If this style looks a little bare to you, then feel free to layer on the jewelry. Necklaces laying flat on bare skin gives that extra oomph factor.

Photo from FASHIONFORALL instagram
Photo from FASHIONFORALL instagram

My fellow teen-boy-bod fashionistas, let’s hope this trend is one to stay for a while. All that’s necessary are natural endowments (or lack thereof) and some double-sided tape. Flaunt what Mother Nature didn’t give you, my friends.

 

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