How to Get Your Va Va Voom Back
Want to know how to look either attractive, sexy, professional, stylish, successful or all of the above? Oh come on, who wouldn’t?
If you feel like you have lost the look and feel of the woman you remember but no longer see in the mirror, try following a few of the following tips I share with my clients and blog readers.
As a professional image consultant, I always help my female clients gain and/or re-claim their inner Goddess when choosing what to wear so they look and feel attractive to themselves! For starters, when I take them shopping I have them try on pieces and sizes that they would never have selected on their own. This by the way is nonnegotiable when shopping with me.
Here are a few other tips and tricks I suggest to women.
Get A Bra Fitting and New Bras
By lifting up their breasts, their waist is revealed and they feel perky and sexy once again. I actually had one over 50-year-old client scream out loud with joy from the lingerie dressing room when she saw her breasts lifted up like they were when she was younger. She truly did not believe she could look like that again and she now feels sexier and confident in her ability to still look good!
Buy Clothes That Fit Your Body
…and not just the size number you think you are or want to be. In other words, go for fit and let your curves (or the illusion of them) show. By going for what fits the largest parts of a woman’s body, and taking in any gaps (usually at the waistline), you’ll discover the beauty of your body and actually stand taller and smile more brightly. Women tend to get so hung up on only trying on one size, that they lose the ability to look great and sexy by wearing flattering fitting clothes.
No More Covering Up in Over-Sized Clothes
So many women believe that by wearing boxy oversized clothes they think they look thinner, when in actuality they look bigger, disappear and look anything but sensual. I have my clients wear clothes that show their bodies and they discover feeling like women again and not like a clothesline! The trick is to hide you perceived negatives and accentuate your real positives.
If you’re someone that is struggling with finding what you want to wear when you’re going out of the house, or someone who has lots of unworn clothes and a few still with their price tags on, I’d love to talk to you.
More free tips, plus my book Stop Stressing About Dressing, are found on ScarlettImage.com.
Editors Note: Here’s a little “Va Va Voom” inspiration from Nicki Minaj