Bollywood star Disha Patani aces street style with a sizzling outfit that proves casual wear does not have to be boring. The star was recently spotted wearing a plunging V-neck ivory tee and black pants with a slight flare.
She completed the look with a shiny pair of silver pants and a cool vintage bum bag. For this look, she kept her makeup soft and natural and let her hair loose. Patani's OOTD is uber stylish and ultra chic. However, looks with a plunging neckline can be hard to pull off, especially as casual wear.
Check out her outfit here:
While you can push the envelope for a more glamorous event, trying to pull off this style as day wear can be a bit risque. If you want to try an recreate this look, here are a few ways you can wear plunging necklines and look classy like the star.
1. Choose a cut that suits you: This look is more suitable for women with modest chests as there is not much to support the bust area. However, that isn't to say one size fits all. Find a cut that is appropriate for you. Don't follow the trends blindly.
2. Pick the right bra: The right bra is just as essential as picking the right neckline for you. In fact, these two elements go hand in hand. Mess up with one and your whole look could become a hot mess. Consult with an expert if you are not sure and get acquainted with sticky bras. This is going to be your best friend who's going to help you look perfect (and hold everything together) in this style.
3. Keep it simple: Let's face it, wearing an outfit with a plunging neckline will need little else to make it more striking. This bold look on its own is enough to get people's attention. Keep the accessories to a minimal. You should also make sure your hemline is longer. This will make your outfit look a whole lot more sophisticated.
4. Office look: Wearing a plunging neckline to work can be a bold move. A low cut top is not really deemed appropriate in a professional space. However, that isn't to say you can't pull it off. The first thing you need is a whole lot of confidence. If you are going to try it, be daring and take the risk. You don't have to go all out with this style. There are subtle ways to sport it for work. Think wrap style or v-neck shell necklines. You can match it with a blazer or scarf. This look will look stylish without looking trampy.