This is fun - there is a tiny little countdown above the dot so you know your computer isn't just thinking - there will be a couple changes but at the end it will be interesting - Regina's hubby Wilson could explain it all, I'm sure
I love this concept. Its a subtle pattern dress but its a true optical illusion to create a specific desire in the figure! The first dress is the true illussion but check out the second dress - I'll have to pin it too!
Diagonal lines are incredibly slimming and, like vertical lines, no matter where you place them on your body they will slim that area. When I was a designer, we used to put jacket and blazer pockets on a slight angle simply because of this effect. As you can see from the box on the right, even though the box is exactly the same size it looks smaller than the box on the left.
Vertical lines have a slimming effect on the body wherever you place them. This is why vertical striped shirts, seams and creases down the leg your pants, for example, can make you look slimmer. As you can see in the box illustration above, the box on the left looks slimmer, even though both boxes are exactly the same size. If you look at the two dresses that are exactly the same dress, the dress on the right is slimmer looking as well.
Optical Illusion Dress: Features a sexy V-neckline crowning an edgy exposed front zipper, mesmerizing monochrome geometric print covering both sides of the dress, super sexy cutout waist, and a beckoning body-conscious silhouette to finish.