The feminine principle has been suppressed for millennia. In recent decades, we have also learnt to suppress the masculine and relate in a safe, neutral way. In particular, when we are more feminine, we leave space for others to be more masculine. It’s said so.
But for simple outline, when desiring to be more feminine, often the first thing women want to know is what to wear. Just deal with it, fashion do matter for your beauty. Now is the time to flaunt your femininity with fashion. Unfortunately, there’s not a lot of help or kind of some tips for being more feminin out there. We are told to wear skirts and dresses all the time. The more lace and ruffles the better. Wear bright colors or pastels. Never wear neutrals.
The goods news here that you don’t have to become an ultra-girly-girl to be incredibly feminine. You can be completely feminine while doing ranch work, shooting guns, or practicing martial arts. However, you don’t have to wait to go fashion forward. Let’s now explore how to show your softer side through apparel.
There are only three rules on how to set your clothes for being more feminin without any depressed requisition :
1) Dress for the occasion.
A little effort goes a long way. The main thing you’re communicating here is that you care. That means sweat pants never leave the house. Never wear a sweatshirt when a nice blazer style jacket will do.
2) Only wear clothes that emphasize your narrowest part. Stand facing a mirror and find the narrowest part of your torso. Your clothes should show off this part, whether naturally or with the help of a belt or tie.
3) Make sure the styles of your shoes matches that of your clothes. One sight that never fails to make me cringe is seeing women wearing tennis shoes with a long skirt. The only time tennis shoes look feminine with a skirt or dress is when you’re actually playing tennis. Similarly, big furry boots can look totally feminine with skinny jeans or leggings. Not so much with dresses or skirts. Keep your footwear in sync with your outfit.
The secret lies in highlighting your distinctively feminine silhouette, instead of hiding it. Women have been conditioned for many generations to get and keep a man. This feminine obsessions with being wanted, loved, attractive and in relationship can get in our way. Kindly said, just please ourselves. When we are feminine for our own sakes, we do not feed these obsessions or attempt to manipulate others, which is something women learn to do when they have no direct access to power.