If there’s a star trend this Spring/Summer 2016, it is, without a doubt, the cleavage. The designer’s imagination has exceeded our expectations and this upcoming season necklines are coming in many shapes and forms in dresses, blouses and tops.
To be able to expose such delicate skin, we must take good care of our cleavage in order to keep it hydrated and firm. Estée Lauder has released its New Dimension Tighten + Tone Neck/Chest Treatment, an invigorating treatment, specifically crafted for this sensitive area. The innovative applicator helps the product penetrate our dermis, with its Pro-Collagen Compound that strengthens and elasticizes the area. The cream also helps the stimulation of our skin’s natural production of Hyaluronic Acid, Filagrrin and Lipids, enhancing our skin’s density and luminosity. The results are extremely fast and your skin feels smooth and comfortable.
Thanks to Estée Lauder’s New Dimension Tighten + Tone Neck/Chest Treatment, you will be able to show without hesitation the daring necklines that are coming strongly this season:
1. Peasant style:
Dior, Givenchy, Sonia Rykiel, Chloé
This is, without a doubt, the starring cleavage this season. We’ve witnessed its presence from Dior to Chloé, both in a more structured style, appropiate for office wear, or more relaxed and bohemian for the weekend.
2. Deep V:
If the peasant top has the starring role, the deep V gets the silver medal. This is a trend exclusive only for those most daring, since it doesn’t even allow the use of a bra.
Givenchy, Anna Sui, Chloé, Versace
Slowly but surely, the halter shape slids into the collections, from Haute Couture to Ready To Wear. It demands tanned shoulders, and highlights the collarbones, but it isn’t as seductive as the peasant style.
Versace, Elie Saab, Hermès, Ralph Lauren
The classic strapless style is here again to seduce us, but now it can be found in long dresses and full bodied playsuits, in a classier, more stylish and restrained way. Made of sheer fabric, it’s a staple both for daytime and the evenings.
5. Slip dress:
The slip dres has been a staple for many seasons, and it’s here to stay. In an extremely deep cut, and just like the deep V we mentioned earlier, it hinders the use of a bra. For those not as daring, you should pair it with a jacket or a boxy shirt, to contrast with its delicate structure.