The Problem: While this looks pretty good, a little ‘lift’ would be even better. With such a low neckline, some cleavage is in order. And the back of the dress is also quite low—we don’t want straps or a bra back peeking out.
One piece can do it all! Roll over the ‘After” image to find out how.
Bra size: 34B
The Solution! With the dress’s low neckline, this Annette body suit is the perfect solution. The U-shaped plunge in the front lifts without showing and the back of the suit is low enough for the skimpiest of party dresses. Although the suit has many strap configurations, go strapless to insure a flawless look.
- Little Bra, Big Help.
The Problem: Low-cut party dresses are definitely not the place where ‘less is more.’ In the case of our petite model, more was in order. The bust could use some lift and a little more volume, without looking unnatural.
To see how a subtle change can make all the difference, roll over the “After’ picture.
The Problem: A plunging neckline can be a problem for larger breasts—how to find something that will lift and shape without showing. And typically, larger sizes need enough strap to offer support. The dress’s halter top rules that out too. And though a good style for our model, the silhouette could use some all-over smoothing.
Roll over the ‘After’ image to see how clever selections can make all the difference.
Bra size: 36D
The Solution! The QT Convertible bustier bra has a low center—perfect for the dress’s neckline. The seamless microfiber smoothes away midriff bulge too. Although this can be worn strapless, we used the clear convertible straps for more support.
- Clever Options For A Curvier You.
Even a full and swingy dress like this needs a smooth foundation, from bust to hem. For very large or augmented breasts, the challenge is to lift and still accommodate the low neckline. The Empire waist and swingy skirt tend to create a boxy shape in larger sizes. How to keep everything smooth and yet bring out the sexy curves?
Roll over the ‘after’ image to see an unexpected solution.