If you did your internal work in the last step, you should now be ready to start working on your physical appearance. Specifically, it's time to take a look at your wardrobe. Feeling good in the clothes that you wear is a key component of increasing your sex appeal.
Go to your closet and drawers and examine your clothes. Which items make you feel happy and desirable? If you are holding onto items that carry sad memories, now is the time to give them to a charity. Also, stay away from clothes that feel too tight and uncomfortable, and from colors that distract from the essence of who you are. You want your clothes to frame you, not to steal attention away from you.
Consider the clothes you want to be seen in (versus those you want to be touched in
When you choose the clothes you want to be touched in, consider those garments that fit your figure and feel good to the touch. Run your fingers over the fabrics in your closet and pick out the items made of silk, velvet, mohair, cashmere, chenille, chiffon and other such pleasing materials.
Although you should dress in a way that makes you feel comfortable with yourself and that suits your mood, you may also want to consider the taste of the person you are in a relationship with or someone you wish to attract. Men like to see women's shapes, or hints of what they may eventually touch underneath. Specifically, clothes that are soft and fluid and that move with your body tend to attract men most. Usually these types of clothes feel good on your body, too.
If you would like to set the scene for intimacy with the man in your life, there are certain ways to dress to achieve different affects. For example, if you want him to be in control (to "take you," so to speak
Remember that sex appeal is not about how you look to others but about transmitting how you feel using your attire. Go ahead and wear nylon stockings and garters, or silk underwear if it's in your budget, even if no one will see it. And if you're feeling especially daring, go out in your favorite summer dress
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