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#OSGFashionFocus: How low can you go with Plunging Necklines

It’s another Tuesday and the spotlight beams on necklines and what works for you. Many celebrities such as Genevieve Nnaji, Rita Dominic, Toke Makinwa and many others have taking a plunge in recent times some to our dismay and others to our applause. Toke Makinwa (2)

Well, we’ll be taking a look at clothes with plunging necklines and how best to style this so as not to commit a fashion faux pas.

Choose the Right Cut
The plunging/sideless look is best on women with more modest chests—C cups or less—since there’s little to no support. A simple plunge with covered sides is also best on smaller busts—too much breast tissue pushed together or flattened out can look inappropriate, or downright painful.

Yvonne Vixen at AFRIFF

“If you do have an ample chest and want to try this look, make sure the cups of the dress are roomy enough to accommodate your breasts,” she says. “Seamed darts are indication of some wiggle room.”

Tape your Nips
Use double-stick tape on both sides of your nipples to avoid any nip slips. For a little bit of a lift, syou acn use some Fashion Breast lift tapes or silicone nipple covers.

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This is especially helpful if you’re going to be somewhere chilly because you don’t want people staring at you for the wrong reasons

Don’t Go Overboard
This is a very daring look, so make sure to keep the rest of your outfit somewhat subdued, keep your hemlines long.

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