The art of pulling off a plunging neckline is tricky to master. Here's how you can look edgy without coming off as a has-been
What we like about plunging necklines is that it effectively imbues a sensual, risqué touch to your look. But if you aren't careful enough with your neckline and how you wear it, you'd risk a 1) fashion faux pas waiting to happen anytime, and/or 2) looking like an attention seeker who's really trying too hard.
Here's how you can wear it right and look like a stunner for your night out:
Go for a plunge that's simple and straightforward like Emma Watson. Any other add-ons (you don't need side cutouts to flaunt your rock-hard abs, really) would deem your outfit irreverent, and a flattering bottom silhouette goes a long way in lengthening your frame, instead of Kim Kardashian's ill-fitted jumpsuit.
If you're heading for a swanky event or somewhere a little more formal, do what Kate Hudson does best: delivering class with just the right amount of sexy thrown in, dressed in a cape gown. Even if you've got a banging bod like J. Lo, no one really wants to see a full frontal view of your leg awkwardly jutting out and plenty of décolletage all at once. The legs or chest rule should always apply at all times.
But ultimately, if you've worked hard at the gym all year round and would like to flaunt your pins on a girls' night out, you may bend the legs or chest rule. Stay away from any embellishments that scream showgirl—like Britney's glittery tasseled frock. For a change, go with a long-sleeved mini dress like Rosie Huntington Whiteley and remember to chuck in double-sided tape in your purse for good measure.