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Being misused for any kind of cleavage.: Absolute Cleavage get usage counts

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1 DragonQuestZ15th Jan 2012 01:05:22 AM from Somewhere in California
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This trope has a very specific definition: "a dress or top is specifically cut to show the entirety of the wearer's cleavage and the top bit of her stomach"

That means that just showing a lot of the breast doesn't count. The cleavage also has to be low.

Now there are a lot of solutions for this, but it's late, so I'll just post the wick check I did so far (30 of them):
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Rabid Fujoshi
I think it's the name, it's pretty vague.
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There might also be the issue of people just wanting to list everything they find hot. Maybe.
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4 DragonQuestZ15th Jan 2012 10:26:43 AM from Somewhere in California
The Other Troper
[up], [up][up]I agree with you both.

So this likely will need a new name, and if there is yet another legit trope being misused for this (which will need some discussion to determine if there is one), we should make it.
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Dragon Writer
This is about the dress/fashion, right?
6 DragonQuestZ15th Jan 2012 11:09:32 AM from Somewhere in California
The Other Troper
[up]Yes.
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7 shimaspawn15th Jan 2012 04:06:30 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
This is what Absolute Cleavage looks like. It's a very low V cut out in a dress that plunges low enough it's near or sometimes even past the navel.
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Cure Candy
DQIX is right [1]

The one thing I do think we need is a Pushup Cleavage trope or something to where they are like in your face thing and they are clearly showing off, that seems to be where the misuse is coming from

Or one of those where its kind of impossible to not be drawn to it type things Kind of like Cleavage Window but pretty much the entire top half of the chest (not in a bathing suit though) Like this

edited 15th Jan '12 4:13:43 PM by Raso

How low does a v cut have to be to be considered Absolute Cleavage
Rabid Fujoshi
Low enough to go past the breast area, so about the top of the stomach at the highest.

edited 15th Jan '12 4:34:02 PM by NoirGrimoir

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It's a very low V cut out in a dress that plunges low enough it's near or sometimes even past the navel
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12 Deboss15th Jan 2012 07:19:40 PM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
So, belly button or bust?
13 shimaspawn15th Jan 2012 07:22:09 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
It's sometimes right above the navel, but belly button +/- a couple of inches.
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14 drunkscriblerian15th Jan 2012 07:22:24 PM from Castle Geekhaven , Relationship Status: In season
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Deboss: yeah, pretty much.
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15 Deboss15th Jan 2012 08:09:47 PM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
If I were trying to establish it, it would have to start right where the bottom of the boob ends. I was originally going to say right at the mid curve, but if it's an existing term for a specific cut, I'll bow to that. You just need to be able to show where this stops for those of us not up on our dress cut terminology.
16 DragonQuestZ15th Jan 2012 08:28:12 PM from Somewhere in California
The Other Troper
Then what name would show the trope best?
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17 shimaspawn15th Jan 2012 08:35:46 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
Well, the fashion term for this is Plunging Neckline. Though that's not really something that you can look at out of context and know what it is. It also, like most terms in fashion, tends to get misused for cuts that aren't really this trope.
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18 DragonQuestZ15th Jan 2012 09:06:57 PM from Somewhere in California
The Other Troper
Yeah, that's one case where the pre-established term won't help.

Cleavage To The Belly?
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19 shimaspawn15th Jan 2012 09:08:00 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
That sounds like a trope about saggy breasts.
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20 DragonQuestZ15th Jan 2012 09:32:01 PM from Somewhere in California
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21 shimaspawn15th Jan 2012 09:40:21 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
[up] Sounds a bit gory.

Belly Button Neckline?
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22 DragonQuestZ15th Jan 2012 09:53:34 PM from Somewhere in California
The Other Troper
That just looks awkward. Also, how could a cleavage term be confused for gory? Cleavage already implies a cut in the context of fashion.
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23 Flyboy15th Jan 2012 09:55:42 PM from the United States
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24 shimaspawn15th Jan 2012 10:11:58 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
Because it makes me think of the y incision cut in a autopsy as that's the first cut I think of that does cleavage and down to the navel. Cut in my mind jumps right to cutting things rather than fashion especially as most of our tropes with the word cut in them are about cutting and it has no other fashion related words in the title.

edited 15th Jan '12 10:13:06 PM by shimaspawn

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25 DragonQuestZ15th Jan 2012 10:26:26 PM from Somewhere in California
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