It is no coincidence that the Wall Street Journal just recently published an article about fashion's focus on the bare back. Jason Wu explained it best when he said, "There's something sensual about showing off the back - an undercurrent of sexuality, a subtle hint, as opposed to something obvious."
In most cases I typically veer away from the dramatic with my actions. I've never been one to heavily participate in classes or meetings, and even the single tattoo I have is kept secretly behind my ear. There is something beautiful about statements that do not ask to be noticed. A bare-back dress gives a nice hello, but a "you'll want to see me again" kind of goodbye. It's those unexpected statements that keep things exciting.