Style and Femininity in Wardrobe. Part 1

feThis article is about how to look feminine and how to determine how much you need the femininity.

Femininity is not something that is given from birth. This is a combination of feminine behavior, feminine feelings and emotions and always the feminine style of clothing.

femIf in the distant past, clothing for men and women differed dramatically, in our time the “unisex” rules the world, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish girls from boys, and even the boundaries between male and female behavior.

In this article I will try to identify where the femininity is hidden – in what articles of clothing, in what fabrics, colors, and styles – how to “dispense” femininity in your dress, and to whom it may not be suitable.

 

Feminine styles of dress

Particularly feminine styles include things of vintage and romantic style.

 

What does characterize them?

Firstly, clothing of these styles tends to emphasize the female silhouette and focus attention on the waist and bust;

Secondly, in these styles are widely used flowers or other exclusively “female” patterns: polka dots, butterflies and birds, bows and hearts, low-key graphic prints of pastel tones and warm colors;

Third, among the types of fabrics used for above mentioned clothes are often used: silk, velvet, satin, lace.

To feminine style, one can also include a variety of ethnic style as Orientalism – i.e. clothes, containing the notes of the East. These are tunics, embroidered with stones and shiny yarns and simple silk dresses, blouses and skirts with rich oriental ornaments.
Feminine colors
Since childhood, it was a rule that red and pink are the color for girls. Whatever color women would prefer in adulthood, however, these two colors and their hues are unambiguously feminine. In addition, all pastel colors and shiny, pearly shades can be referred to feminine hues.

femiBlack color can also be referred to feminine colors when it comes to evening gowns. But in the day sets it will not add femininity to you. In order to give you the mystery and passion, it should be used in the certain article of clothing, at the right time and in the feminine tissues.

 

Feminine styles and wardrobe items

The feminine silhouette is characterized by smooth lines and “softness” so in the feminine clothing are used such details: raglan sleeves, rounded collars, bows, ruffles, frills, puffy skirts, and sleeves, often buttons and ribbons are used, but not zippers.

 

Who needs and who does not need feminine outfits

Here is the main rule: the combination of opposites.

For women with a male type of body shape (wide shoulders and narrow hips), for very thin women with a thin or square face, with short hair, feminine styles would be a panacea for them! Raglan sleeves will soften the angularity of the shoulders, puffy skirts and basques will give the roundness of the hips, frills, and bows will enhance the bust.

Women with “appetizing” bodies, with a feminine silhouette, the “hourglass” body shape, round face, long, luxuriant hair, on the contrary, do not overdo it, trying to emphasize their feminine dresses. Sweet is great but too sweet – it is bad.

For such beauties of a romantic image, I would recommend a little “pacify” their femininity or, at least, not to increase it. They should choose for themselves things of more manly style, such as military, sports, ethnic (except Orientalism), safari or even just a classic business style.

 

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