This is the blurry face of a woman who can't stop smiling because she has perfectly fitting wrap dress, under which she no longer needs to wear a camisole. The dress was altered to fit her petite shoulders, preventing the neckline from gaping open and cleavage hanging out.
This is how a dress is supposed to fit people. Camisoles were only invented because clothing lines only make clothing to fit a B cup-- so that means the rest of us buy a larger size to fit our ample busts, letting our necks hang open and waistlines practically disappearing.
My future clothing line will stop this problem. All the clothes will be made to fit cup sizes up to a DD. I'm even going to customize all orders by making each dress one at time with the waist and hip measurements dictating the size of each dress. You can't get more couture that this outside of the Chanel fashion house.
Excited yet? I am. My mind is running 24 hours a day on design, concept, and construction. It's going to be hard, but I can do hard things.