The Cleavage Question: Aqua Bandstand Plunge Neck Open Back Pencil Dress

Aqua Bandstand Plunge Neck Open Back Pencil Dress

We’ve spoken a lot here about the “how much cleavage is too much cleavage” question.

We’d venture to suggest that this dress provides a handy illustration of the rule: when your clothing basically serves as a frame for your breasts… it’s too much cleavage.

Also, when we can see the tan lines from your bikini: again, too much cleavage. And no, you fact that this dress has long sleeves doesn’t make it any better.

What do you think? Is it too much? Did you look at the dress, or did you just see the breasts?

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6 Comments

  • October 2, 2012

    Vesi

    Wow. Wow and not in a good way. That’s really too much.

  • October 2, 2012

    Mousy

    See, I think that dress would probably have nowhere near the same effect on me – I have no cleavage to speak of, ever, not even with a mega push up bra that makes me more bra than boob – it just doesn’t happen. So on me, in that v-neck would just be an expanse of flat skin… :P It would probably still look weird though

  • October 2, 2012

    Catherine

    I like a little cleavage, but this is way, way, way too much. She must be so cold.

  • October 2, 2012

    Claudia

    Far too much, it goes below the bra band! And the green one has a strange color that reminds me of a surgical coat (presumably to finish off critical heart patients _before_ surgery and save the team the trouble of useless surgery).

  • October 2, 2012

    chrissy

    I`d wear it with a baindeau top or undershirt and it`s going to look gorgeous. Simply wearing it like on the picture is too much boobage :)

  • October 5, 2012

    bookmole

    Not a dress to sit down in cold chairs in – go look at the Open Back on the product page…