I would never wear those revealing dresses with large cut outs at the chest or stomach, but I like this style a lot. I have one that looks similar to the second one except there a lot of tiny cut outs at the neckline, but not enough to show my bra or anything, and there's no lining underneath (but nothing inappropriate showing!). Haha. Do you think this style is attractive?
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first one yes, it's a nice style if you can pull it off. The second one looks like a kids dress to me, and I don't really like when women dress like that. Don't know why. But yes, the first is very nice.
Personally though, I prefer a-line styles cut close at the hips and waist, then a little bit of sway and snap through the lower sections. It emphasises the upper body, especially the chest-stomach-hips ratio, and the skirt line serves as a rather nice contrast which works very well together, it brings out the sleeker lines in the upper half. The H-line, like the ones you've got, ar enice enough, but they always look a little difficult to move in, and unless you are built like a supermodel they aren't always particularly flattering when in motion. If you stand like she's posed in the first pic the whole time, then it's a decent contrast, but when you move or stand normally, it's just too tubular. It doesn't provide enough enhancement through variation, imo.
also, if you want to wear a necklace at all, that dress won't be any good. you'll lose any effect from the jewellery because of the regular openings showing skin. I would have said widen the neckline slightly , and take it maybe half an inch lower, don;t have those openings, they don't provide a useful enoguh function or are aesthetically pleasing enough to justify being there.
my advice would be if you want an H-line, find one like I described above, go for it in an ever-so-slightly blued charcoal grey hue, which is a little softer than the black and gives a more fluid overall appearance, then wear a mid-length necklace, I'd pick a blue-gold mix, probably electric blue given the choice. not pendant style though.
Maybe a little more detail than you asked for, but I take pride in being a guy who can do a little fashion stuff, and I am literally incapable of missing a chance to display it.0