Jane Russell: curvy girl in halterneck dresses designed by Travilla

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.

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Turquoise (or sea-green) halterneck dress is a pure chic.

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Lana Del Rey thinks the same (in my opinion hair extensions spoilt Lana’s look).

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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).

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Jane dazzels in white dress as well.

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If miss Russell inspires you, check Pedro del Hierro‘ coral multiway dress: it allows you to create different looks wearing the same piece.

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Budget brand Peacocks has similar Envy Light Green Multiway Maxi Dress.

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If you don’t want to bother yourself doing draping, have a look at Pronovias‘ black Atos Style 31, Monique LhuillierFloral 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.

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That what I call healthy curvy girl: thin extra layer of fat spreads evenly on all parts of the body.

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Jane looks amazing in floral dress with small «wings» on the back too.