In the past, designers have used necklines to tell stories about their personalities and personalities are often built on personality.
Now, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to tell a story without a neckline.
In the process, designer style becomes more important than ever.
But what if your neckline isn’t your best option for storytelling?
If your neck is too low and your body is too tight, what if the silhouette of your neck lines you up with the silhouette and the shape of your body?
A design is a statement, right?
So, what’s the difference between a designer’s style and the look of the clothes you wear?
Here are some of the more subtle differences.
For more information on the style of your designer, check out this article from The Atlantic.