Décolletage (or décolleté, its adjectival form, in current French) is the upper part of a woman’s torso, comprising her neck, shoulders, back and chest, that is exposed by the neckline of her clothing. However, the term is most commonly applied to a neckline that reveals or emphasizes cleavage. Low-cut necklines are a feature of ball gowns, evening gowns, leotards, lingerie and swimsuits, among other fashions. Although décolletage does not itself prescribe the extent of exposure of a woman’s upper chest, the design of a décolleté garment takes into account current fashions, aesthetics, social norms and the occasion when a garment will be worn.
Although they’re primarily known for some of the world’s absolutely finest hosiery, Wolford also offers some fantastic lingerie and fashion alternatives. Case in point, this “Wolford Rush Stretch Sheath Dress”…
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