They had on white dresses in honour of the occasion, and the June baby was even arrayed in a low-necked
and short-sleeved garment, after the manner of Teutonic infants, whatever the state of the thermometer.
Some persons may fancy that Mademoiselle Cormon used every means to attain her end; and that among the legitimate lures of womanhood she devoted herself to dress, wore low-necked
gowns, and employed the negative coquetries of a magnificent display of arms.
Rifling through the wardrobe, she picked out a low-necked
blouse, a skirt - never worn due to being too short, and finished the outfit with her only pair of party heels.
A (https://www.naij.com/1094320-eksu-allegedly-introduces-dress-code-bans-ankle-chains-slippers-others.html) comprehensive list of clothing items not allowed to be worn by students included but were not limited to "tattered jeans," "loose ties," "low-necked
tops," "sagging" and "abnormal haircut/style."
But there was one scene, in which a woman appeared with a low-necked
That meant no to the black pelmet skirt, for example (not mine, I hasten to add, but presumably left in the house by a house-sitter), and no, too, to those low-necked
Subtler greys become snazzy silver for evening - look out for low-necked
dresses, split skirts and sparkly pedal pushers.