If you happen to have a somewhat lithe silhouette and be more flat-chested than average, don’t fret. There is much excellent know-how to make your bosom look fuller and more engaging. Bear in mind, fashion is about symmetries, mixing hues and decorations. You can create a fabulous effect with just some simple optical tricks. One solution we’re going to focus upon is wholesale shawls.
A well-arranged neckline can also help draw the onlooker’s gaze to the desired places. If you choose a cowl neckline or loosely draped wholesale shawls, your upper body will be more emphasised and your chest will look fuller. Other high collars and asymmetrical necks can give some verticality to your head, put emphasis on it rather than the shoulder, and in effect, your chest will optically look bigger. Women with large busts can reveal too much with low and deep necklines – but the smaller your bust, the larger the cleavage!
In general silk scarves and wholesale shawls can protect you during a cool early spring night, but mostly they add some oomph to your ensemble. They can act as a decoration, as a necklace of sorts, as a belt, as headwear… Usually, they’re made of simple, light materials like cashmere, cotton, silk, acrylic, and other man-made fabrics like polyester and viscose. In general, many come in the elegant graphic prints, others come in gingham, paisley, leopard prints or with band or sports team logos.
While you can tie these wholesale shawls around your neck, there are other possibilities. However, there are hundreds of options with a flouncy, simple silk scarf. One doesn’t have to wear them as a shawl. You can wear them like ascots, simply letting them hang around the neck. My boss Hilda wears a long scarf stylised like a man’s tie, it adds femininity and power to her pantsuit.