Wednesday, July 21, 2010

How to look feminine and a litle flirty

If you’re a working girl trapped in those dull and repetitive office uniforms five days a week or perhaps more, it would be so much of relief to once again feel like a girl in some feminine clothes.

You need clothes that not only accentuate you’re being a woman; they also naturally create in you a sense of flirt. Being flirty does not have to connote negativity, as I have said many times; it is merely an expression for a girly and attractive look.





Some fashion experts claim that you shouldn’t wear polka dots once you’re past six years old. But that anyway, is only their opinion. Take a look at this Polka Dot Pattern Dress from Haru. I don’t say that everyone would look good in it but if you’re a type that can pull off just anything, then this polka dress can serve you best. Its sleeves are puff and its cut is in every inch girly.

First of all, I love navy color. Second, I love clothes that can be worn in many ways. This First Crush Dress in navy color is no wonder a best seller. Not only can you wear it as a dress that is feminine and smart, you can also wear it as a tunic. Most of all, I love anything mini.

The soft striped knit tunic cut in an A-line silhouette dress is from Urban Outfitters. It's rounded Peter Pan collar is a reminiscence of your elementary days giving you that youthful and playful aura as of an elementary girl. While the navy and white stripes speak of maturity, the mini length of the dress speaks for your flirty side.

Another lovely dress from Urban Outfitters, Kimchi & Blue Tulle Dress is on sale. From £45.00, you can now crown yourself a prom queen for only £21.99. Its belt, frill trim and open neckline all made this dress ultra girly.

4 comments:

  1. Being feminine and girly takes a lot of hard work. I grew up with most boys around me so even though I love to dress up, sometimes I forget my posture or the right way to sit down...

    but there are also days that a dress can make you as feminine as ever...and you just dont want to spoil it...

    lovely post Gleenn

    Take care love!
    Sweet
    PensandLens

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  2. Hi Gleenn,

    Great post and I have heard that one should not wear stipes or spots, past a certain age.
    I don't care, because I think if it looks good, wear it. Love all the outfits you have shown.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  3. That navy number is so cool!

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