Gina Lolobriga is smoking hot in white gowns and big jewellery in Solomon and Sheba (1959).
If you want to channel your inner Queen and don’t count your money, put on Monique Lhulillier‘ Cowl Neack Sheath Gown and decorate yourself with Azza Fahmy‘ The Bow Earring and Drop Shaped Necklace.
You can feel yourself like a sultry movie star without spending a fortune.
Go for Genny‘ Sleevles Blue Lame Pencil Dress and Ben-Amun‘ Casablanca Coin Statement Earrings and Classic Gold Spiral Bangle.
P.S. Gina’s draped sleeping gown is something!
Modern designers have to take a lesson “how to make a naked dress” from Ralph Jester, who created costumes for miss Lollobrigida.
You don’t believe that halterneck is one of the most femine cuts? Watch The Revolt of Mamie Stover (1956): Jane Russel’ dresses created by legendary costume designer Billy Travilla make sexy actress even more sexier.
Turquoise (or sea-green) halterneck dress is a pure chic.
Lana Del Rey thinks the same (in my opinion hair extensions spoilt Lana’s look).
Comparison of two stars is showing that modern celebrities (Lana is just an example) possess much less charm and glow than old school divas (IMHO again).
Jane dazzels in white dress as well.
If miss Russell inspires you, check Pedro del Hierro‘ coral multiway dress: it allows you to create different looks wearing the same piece.
Budget brand Peacocks has similar Envy Light Green Multiway Maxi Dress.
If you don’t want to bother yourself doing draping, have a look at Pronovias‘ black Atos Style 31, Monique Lhuillier‘ Floral Halterneck Jumpsuit for special ocasions and H&M‘ pink Halterneck Dress (that bow must be cut and burnt) for daily life.
By the way, in The Revolt of Mamie Stover Jane wear halterneck swimsuit too.
That what I call healthy curvy girl: thin extra layer of fat spreads evenly on all parts of the body.
Jane looks amazing in floral dress with small «wings» on the back too.