Yesterday morning I was having coffee with a good friend/business colleague. I was wearing my new scoop neck, animal print top, (see picture.) It’s not necessarily low cut, but it’s not terribly modest, either. At one point, I was writing something down and leaning over the table a bit. I just happened to glance at my friend and noticed her eyes looking down, which promptly made me look at my top. Yep, I could see right down into it. Now I know my friend, a female, wasn’t trying to look down my shirt, but the truth is that skin and cleavage are simply distracting. Once I noticed, we had a chuckle over it, but be assured I sat up straight the rest of the day, and I won’t wear the top for business again.
The moral of the story? When you’re in the fitting room, pay attention to:
-the way your tops and blouses move with you
-how low they’re cut
-and how they fit, not just how cute they are.