As a little girl one of my favourite books was Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. I loved the idea of being able to become larger or smaller and being able to talk to plants and animals.
In chapter 5 Alice meets a caterpillar.
‘Who are YOU?' said the Caterpillar.
Alice replied, ‘I hardly know, sir, just at present—at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then.'
Every woman deserves to feel beautiful and sexy.
If you’re in a long-term relationship the spark can dim a little over time, to relight the flame the quest is not about impressing the other person. The best thing you can do is love and appreciate you, the most attractive and magnetising people radiate joy and happiness.
You don’t have to be in a relationship to make yourself feel special. If you’re wanting to attract the perfect partner, do things that make you feel sexy and confident. As they say like attracts like so if your exuding sensuality, you’ll attract sensuality.
Beauty is an experience and sexy doesn’t have to be provocative, you can evoke sexiness through the scent of a perfume, the feel of fabric or the allure of a colour.
Here are five ways to express your sexy side for a sensory overload.
Is your wardrobe stuck in a previous decade?
As we enter a new decade it's fascinating to ponder styles that influenced us in previous decades. As they say what goes around, comes around and even with fashion that’s the way the story goes.
In fact, fashion history repeats itself every 7-10 years. For example, a peplum (gathered fabric at the hip that creates a frill effect) dates back to ancient Greece but it made a comeback in the 50s and has been in and out of fashion since. Another reinvented fashion trend, tie-dyed fabric was made popular in the 60s had a return in the 90s.
We all have a tendency to reminisce about the past. This reminds me of a South Park episode, where all the people are given "Member Berries" to eat so they can become nostalgic and remember another time. This puts the characters into a hypnotic state, so they are not living in the present and don't notice all the things going on around them.
This is so true in life, we often reflect about when we were younger, skinner and maybe trendier. This is reflected in our wardrobes, we keep clothing that we've outgrown physically, emotionally and spiritually. As we head into a new decade it’s the perfect time to review and renew your wardrobe, so it reflects who you are in this present moment.
Below is a snapshot of how we’re being influenced from previous decades and how to introduce these rejuvenated looks into your 2020 wardrobe.
Printed pants are a great way to add flair to your wardrobe, pair with a block colour top and simple accessories.
Jeans are my go to wardrobe item, I love that they are so versatile and can be worn in so many different ways. You can change the look from casual with flats to dressy with heels.
Here's some inspiration on co-ordinating your printed dresses with accessories x
Boho is all about comfort, however this can sometimes lead to shapeless items that hide the body. To highlight your waist and create shape to these floaty styles tuck in your top or add a belt to your dress.
How to wear animal print
Animal print is a fashion trend that people either love or loath. Personally I love how leopard and snake in particular can add a little bit of drama and sexiness your look.
This season there is everything from tops and dresses to shoes and accessories available.
How to choose the perfect one for you?