Necklines mark some of the most interesting trends of this summer and in Horse we have made a review of them.

But before, we should not forget that the cleavage and shoulders are referents of femininity and that for various factors show the signs of age. Exposure to sun, lack of specific care and some of the postures in which we sleep (for example on the side) favor the appearance of wrinkles and spots.

To show off a good cleavage and shoulders some special care is required. Institut Saurina de Pomaré has created specific protocols to prevent and treat these important areas for women.

The treatment “DECOLLETAGE LEGACY” is specifically suited for smoothing the vertical wrinkles that usually form in the area of ​​the sternum, between the breasts, and to uniform the tone of the skin. By means of the electroporation of ingredients also increases the natural resources of sun protection, minimizing the possibility of ending the summer with the cleavage “plagued” by anti-aesthetic spots.

Cleavage

Cleavage is a symbol of femininity that is why we have to treat it well

Oxygen therapy, radiofrequency and virtual mesotherapy complete this treatment that not only improve the skin and tissue of the neck but also the shoulder area since the treatment extends to this area where we usually do not put specific care.

They recommend doing at least one treatment session before summer and use the appropriate protection and hydration products throughout this period. Once the sun is over, they advise to make the post-sun treatment option “Decolletage Legacy” focused on eliminating the corneous layer of the surface of the skin, to uniform the tone and to rebalance the skin.

With these beauty tips, you can show cleavage and shoulders

Deep necklines V-form: the star of the catwalks

Above all, if we want to show off one of the summer trends par excellence, that would be the neckline in v led to its maximum exponent. Perfect for women with rounded features or a small bust, as it creates a visual illusion that stylizes the figure and lengthens the neck. The firms adapt it to infinity of garments and styles. We will see them in evening dresses, bringing an extra touch of sophistication, although it adapts perfectly to more casual styles in which it is combined with cross shapes.

OSCAR DE LA RENTA - LANVIN - ELIE SAAB - CAROLINA HERRERA

OSCAR DE LA RENTA – LANVIN – ELIE SAAB – CAROLINA HERRERA

 

BOSS WOMEN - FENDI - OSCAR DE LA RENTA - TRUSSARDI

BOSS WOMEN – FENDI – OSCAR DE LA RENTA – TRUSSARDI

We have seen it in tops and jackets. And is that, although it seems complicated to wear it with a street style, adapts very easily to all types of garments. Blouses, jerseys, shirts … have filled the fashion shows. To give it a special touch or for the less daring, it can be combined with a bralette that will reduce inches of skin.

CUSTO BARCELONA - CHANEL - CHLOE - ALBERTA FERRETTI

CUSTO BARCELONA – CHANEL – CHLOE – ALBERTA FERRETTI

The demurer ones will find in winter clothes a good way to adapt this trend. In addition, it is not necessary to invest in new jackets of any type or specific form since with any of the ones we have in our closet and a wide belt we will create that effect of vertical neckline so fashionable this season.

CHANEL - CUSTO BARCELONA - GIORGIO ARMANI - GUCCI

CHANEL – CUSTO BARCELONA – GIORGIO ARMANI – GUCCI

Bardot neckline: shoulders, the protagonists

Brigitte Bardot was one of the flagship of this neckline back in the 60’s: the bardot or off the shoulder. This revival trend began last year but it has not been until this summer when it has finished taking off. In the catwalks has adapted in many different ways, all with a common denominator: enhance the shoulders.

OSCAR DE LA RENTA - VERA WANG - CAROLINA HERRERA - BALMAIN

OSCAR DE LA RENTA – VERA WANG – CAROLINA HERRERA – BALMAIN

The cold shoulder is an adaptation of the bardot neckline that includes thin strips that break the horizontal form. In tops and dresses is perfect for women with more chest, as the suspenders provide support and comfort.

DOLCE & GABBANA - ALEXANDER MCQUEEN - JASON WU - ALBERTA FERRETTI

DOLCE & GABBANA – ALEXANDER MCQUEEN – JASON WU – ALBERTA FERRETTI

Thin suspenders and strapless and sweetheart necklines: classic come back

The lowcut tops with thin straps draper-style have also taken a prominent place on the catwalk. These are the perfect finish for bustiers, and is that the straps are postulated as another way to show the shoulders and apply to a multitude of garments, styles and shapes, as the following type of neckline, the strapless. A classic that returns with strength this season. With a more linear silhouette it lowers the bust, whereas the sweetheart neckline enhances it and not only in garments without sleeves but this shape perfectly matches the other trends in terms of necklines.

MAX MARA - CHANEL - DOLCE & GABBANA - KENZO

MAX MARA – CHANEL – DOLCE & GABBANA – KENZO

ALBERTA FERRETTI - BOSS WOMEN - OSCAR DE LA RENTA - CAROLINA HERRERA

ALBERTA FERRETTI – BOSS WOMEN – OSCAR DE LA RENTA – CAROLINA HERRERA

SAINT LAURENT - ARMANI PRIVE - ELIE SAAB - DOLCE & GABBANA

SAINT LAURENT – ARMANI PRIVE – ELIE SAAB – DOLCE & GABBANA

Fashion shows let us see the trends and now it’s our turn to decide how to adapt them. Whatever our option is, it is important to take care of the skin of an area as delicate as the cleavage, especially if we are going to expose it.

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