What to wear for a special Valentines Day? Well this timely study landed in my inbox, it was too much fun to pass up. Don’t you want to know how much cleavage you should wear for Valentines Day?
Based on a national survey representative of 1,000 people, Style Lend — a peer-to-peer marketplace for borrowing and renting designer dresses — has found that men and women have strong preferences about how sexy to dress on Valentine’s Day.
TEASE A LITTLE: On a Valentine date, one-third of both women and men prefer a “hint of cleavage” (34% women, 33% men) over “full cleavage, very low cut” (3% women, 10% men) or “partial cleavage, somewhat low cut” (20% women, 31% men). “No cleavage” was preferred by 22% of women and only 11% of men. No real surprises there!
BE PUT TOGETHER: Both women and men prefer that their dates or significant others be “moderately dressed up” for Valentine’s Day (48% women, 33% men). They read our minds!
SITUATIONALLY SEXY: Both men and women believe that for formal or semi-formal venues on Valentine’s Day, women should show more cleavage than otherwise. We are good with that!
So based on the survey, that most women and men like a little cleavage and a little “dressed up” and well, sexy, we went in search of our heart’s desire at NET A PORTER. We found a collection that says love and romance in . . . . let me count the ways. From the Temperly London to the Milly, each one of these special dresses has that “little extra something” that says, “I care about you.” If you are more inclined to a “LADY IN RED” by all means shop our sizzling selections in our Red Dress Collection.
Temperley London Daisy Ribbon Merino Wool-Blend Dress $1080 / Donna Karan Ribbed Stretch-Knit Dress $895 / Halston Heritage Sequined Mesh Dress $445 / Anna Sui Embellished Georgette Dress $375 / Milly Embellished Tulle And Satin Dress $385
A perfect pair of pumps.
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Special sparkle from Kenneth Jay Lane.
Romantic glamour from Oscar de la Renta.
Something to clutch.