over50feeling40: Would You Wear It Wednesday: Low Necklines
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Jan 28, 2015

Would You Wear It Wednesday: Low Necklines



This look is from the Spring 2015 collection from PORSCHE.  So, ladies, how low will you go?  Would you wear this neckline...either for every day or a special occasion?  We had a great discussion last week on distressed denim, so bring it on...

It's your day to chime in...WOULD YOU WEAR IT? 


Keep those winter Wednesday smiles on!


24 comments:

  1. Not in a million years! I would be too self-conscious. Beyond that, I'd have to question the message I was trying to send. Women are more than a collection of body parts. If I weighed 90 lbs., I would wear this with a camisole! Karen

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  2. I love the look, but I would never wear it. I'm not that brave. I'm actually pretty modest.

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  3. There is NO way these 38DD, fallen, 67 year old girls are going to make an appearance in ANYTHING like this! Although, if they were again 27, the LITTLE girls probably would!

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  4. i like a V neckline but that one would only accentuate the sag of age!

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  5. I wear deep V-necks a lot, but I would never go that low. I need to wear a bra to keep the girls up where they belong.

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  6. I'd never wear something this low. I'd take it if it was closed up a tiny bit more however, because the blouse itself is lovely.

    Also, you know I am going to just keep asking: Baby?

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  7. I love those pants.. and the top is cute but I would only wear it with a camisole or something and then that would likely ruin the look of it. And I think If I saw someone wearing this top I would probably stare and wonder who they heck they think they are.. hah hah

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  8. susanjmb and I are in the same school of thought. My little girls would have but not these ones. Although the look is fabulous -- on me it would be hideous and hilarious

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  9. Not quite this plunging or without a good bra! However show off your assets whenever it is appropriate and the occasion allows!

    xoxo
    Karena
    French Artist Frederique Chemin

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  10. I love this look and would definitely wear it. You can wear it with a camisole for modesty.

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  11. I would never wear anything so low cut.... I do not in any way, want to be a stumbling block for others and I believe I am to dress modestly to honor God and my husband.... no one except my husband would see me dressed in anything similar to the picture. I want to honor God with my body and my life.... I want people to see Jesus in my life...not to have them get distracted by what I wear.... or DON'T wear.

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  12. Ahhhh.......nope! Love the white.....but nope!

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  13. Not that low nope lol. It looks great on other but not for me. #The Women of Midlife sassytownhouseliving.com

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  14. Nope. It's a lovely blouse, but way too low cut for me. I'm sure my husband would like it!

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  15. I would wear a low blouse for evening, but I find it inappropriate at any age for day. That said, this is lower than I would go, but cheers to the woman who can and does!

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  16. If my breasts were that...stable...then I might, but I think my anti-gravity bra would really detract from the overall sexy look.

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  17. This plunging neckline looks great on others, but not on me. I would feel uncomfortable!

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  18. OMG I loooove this. I just put together a collage of a trend I do not like at all-the culotte but this has sexy, elegant and feminine written all over. Oh...great choice Pam! Will need to find to put this together. xo Sabina | Oceanblue Style

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  19. No way! I do not think its really good for a women to wear that.

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  20. Never. I have wrinkles from throat to navel hahaha.
    Greetje

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