Low cut dresses are always a great opportunity for either an up style to show off the shoulders and jewellery or a down style to show off a lush mane of hair.
It also shows off medium length, bobbed or cropped hair cuts because it allows for the entire cut to be on display, resting uninterrupted on the shoulders or in the neck.
Women are allowed the chance to wear more bold statement jewellery like long dangling earrings or statement necklaces with short cropped hair cuts for a youthful, funky style.
Brighter and darker make-up helps to add glamour or a sexy edge when showing off their cleavage, while a shorter hem line allows the wearer to avoid chunky jewellery all together.
By adding waves to your hair you can go from ordinary to outstanding and by wearing it straight you can go for a more feminine look. The entire look is sexier so the style play ground is bigger.
High cut dresses always reminds us of the classic Jackie O and the looks of royalty, where more delicate jewellery choices allows the hair and make-up to take the lead.
Up-styles accompany these dresses the best because it displays elegance and style without crowding the neck line with too much detail. Jewellery choices soften and the hair becomes the show case.
The half up/half down style can give a more playful feel while the classic chignon, french twist or even a braided up style will add glamour to the dress.
A shorter hem line on a high cut neck line is great for buns, pony tails and soft flowing blow dries which can double up for work or and an evening out.
Make-up can be dark with curls for the evening or even light with a ponytail for the day time.
Options are endless when contrasting choices take the dress from sexy to elegant. Either way the wearer can choose their style depending on the overall look they wish to portray.
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