Wear Formal Dresses Like A Lady
Pushing Up Your Bust In Low Cut Dresses
One of the advantages of formal dresses is that they make you look very sexy, especially low cut ones which are very common. However, you need to be careful with low-cut dresses.Accidental exposure (wardrobe malfunctions) may easily happen if you’re wearing a strapless bra, whereas showing off bra straps looks rather unattractive. So what’s the solution?
Here if you wear a ‘nubra’ or similar nude bra, the problem can be easily solved. This is a kind of seamless stick-on bra that is invisible.If you think this style of bra doesn’t push up your breasts enough, you can cross your hands and push your breasts up and together from outer sides and then ask a close friend to fix the lower edges with transparent adhesive tape. This should hold them in position and leave you with great cleavage without any straps.Pay attention that the tape isn’t visible outside of your dress or else it will look tacky and embarrassing.
You need to pay special attention to your movements when you are wearing formal dresses, otherwise wardrobe malfunctions can happen to you!When you sit down, keep your back straight and legs crossed and close to each other. Just sit on half of the chair’s seat. If the skirt is quite short, you may also like to use your handbag to cover the top of your legs to avoid accidental exposure.
Picking Things Up
Ideally you should just keep standing up, as this is best position to keep when wearing formal dresses. But sometimes you’ll need to bend over, such as if you drop something on the ground. In this case never bend over directly to pick up the item. It’s not ladylike and you’re more likely to expose your chest or your underwear if the skirt is short.
Instead, you need to cover the neckline with your hand to stop it gaping as you bend, or you must cover the skirt with a hand (if it’s short) and then bend at the knees to pick it up.
If you want to pick something up when you are seated, just keep your legs crossed as they are, cover your neckline and bend over to reach it.
Walking In Long Formal Dresses
Usually there won’t be much movement at events where you’re in formal dresses, but if you do need to walk and are in a very long skirt you’ll need to gather the skirt a little in your hand at one side and walk. Pay attention to how far you’re pulling up the hemline, just uncovering your high-heels is enough, or else it won’t look good. Also be careful, especially when walking on stairs to avoid the skirt tangling with your shoes or those of others.