1950s Timeless Vixen Vintage
Bad for Boobs: One Shoulder or the Plunging V
Here's the thing about a one shoulder dress, it lulls you into a false sense of security, Fashionable Reader. Unless you have a good corset, there is no security. The world has yet to invent (nor will it ever) a strapless bra that actually works for any lady over a D cup.
19370 Spring-Summer Vionnet; Olivia Palermo in Stuart Weitzman; Milan FW4
No, don't correct me. It isn't just the existence of the bra I am calling into question, it is the psychological nature of one shoulders (and strapless for that matter). It makes any woman with a chest self conscious: there is the under-the-armpit neckline tug, the constant subtle head tilt of checking, and the self-conscious slouch. Trust me, a one shoulder is just not worth it.
Speaking of which . . .
Plunging Neckline 1965
Oprah Winfrey in Ralph Lauren
Now, if you still want that one shoulder asymmetrical look. Why not try something like this instead?