Snob Trend: Sexy Back!

Brian Reyes Cartridge Short Sleeve Dress

reyesdressfront.jpgAn exposed back is subtle and sexy– it leaves everything to the imagination while exposing a good amount of skin.  I hope we will eventually move away from the big fake boob trend.  I don’t know why women think melons are cute as breasts?  This fabulous dress from Brian Reyes is the perfect example of sexy chic.  The flutter sleeves are feminine without being too flouncy and adds to the drama of the exposed back.  I’d even cinch it with a simple belt to give it more curves.

Linen silk voile is such an interesting texture and gives it an effortless appeal– I am in love with this dress! Scoop-neck with wrinkled pintucks throughout.

Zipper at side and hook-and-eye closure at open back. Very subtle Balloon edge at

bottom hem (which always makes legs look slimmer!).
  

Brian Reyes Cartridge Short Sleeve Dress

3 thoughts on “Snob Trend: Sexy Back!

  1. I love this! but its almost sold out!

  2. Work with what you have. If you are flat-chested and have an impeccably toned back and great legs, then wear this. If you have melons as breasts and you like to see men salivate after them and women turn green with envy, which I am sure most of them do, then wear cleavage if you want…or not. You know, women come in all shapes and sizes and you need to know how to dress your body (natural or surgically enhanced), that is the most important part of being truly stylish. If you don’t know how to do it, you are not stylish. I would not dream of suggesting to a young Sophia Loren to put on this dress. She would look like she had a huge uni-boob, and she was and still is, one of the most beautiful women that we have ever seen.

  3. Couture Snob Tina on said:

    Agreed, what I meant was the surgically enhanced breasts. I think flat chested women are just as sexy :)

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