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Why do women wear clothes with plunging necklines if they do not want to draw eyes to their breasts?
Good question. I think you already have found the answer....
They do want someone to look at their breasts (even if some won't admit it). I think most women just don't want to be stared at. It's creepy.
Women who *claim* not to want to draw attention to their breasts, but who accentuate them this way are usually simply looking for something to be offended by, and they want to be offended by perceived objectification... Or something - this kind of thing is usually a good sign that the woman can't see past the end of their own nose... Of course, women who're upfront with themselves about wanting to draw attention wear these kinds of clothes really well!
One reason could be that it's fashionable to wear plunging necklines and it could be the colour and style that suits such wearers despite the neckline being so low.
Maybe they've got used to wearing clothes with plunging necklines and hardly notice others looking at their breasts or maybe they secretly enjoy the attention!
Just about every woman wants to be thought of as "sexy" or "alluring" at times. This is especially true if one is interested in attracting a particular someone.
Unfortunately looking sexy may draw attention from people you don’t want to attract. One is only offended if it's the wrong person taking notice. There is no way of saying, “I wore this outfit to attract only him or her.”
Every man and woman has something in their closet which they consider to be sexy, sharp, dashing, or eye catching....etc
It's a bit disingenuous to wear something that "stands out" and act offended when people take notice. If you really wanted to be completely "ignored" you would have worn something that was conservative or drab.
The same thing goes for having several tattoos, body piercings, green or blue hair...etc You have to expect that people will always look at you longer if you stand out from the rest of the pack.
because they do want to. regardless of what they say, that's just how it is. it's like people who dress really strange then act like it bothers them when people stare, they know that people are going to stare but they act like it's a big surprise.
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