High heels. Lots and lots of high heels.
Fitted tops to show off curves and other lady bumps.
2 essentials right there!
I'd imagine the secretary look would cover all bases.
I'm guessing. I'm not very ladylike. Apart from having very long hair. Which I ignore anyway.
good posture, always sit with your legs crossed, don't drink from a pint glass and wear a dress. I also agree with the heel and secriterial suggestion very lady like.
Bah. I'm over gender roles. I don't go around thinking about how to maintain my blonde image, or my image as a person who's 5'7". Why should I go around thinking about maintaining my "lady image" ???
Base your wardrobe, (and attitude) on the female characters of "Mad Men". Except that smart one who got promoted, she'll never land a husband.
Actually I was watching joan rivers yesterday and she said men don't like smart women, was she right?
like it worked for her
insecure men dont like smart women IMO
It takes more than clothes to make a person ,ever meet someone who looks great then they open their mouth?
I dress up or down,
I love the feminine look , and sloppy clothes work too, depends.
WHAT? Where on Earth did she get that information? I'd sure like to see the statistics here. From what I've seen, smart men are attracted to smart women and vice versa. Oh, Joan...
I disagree, Ron. She'll get one in about about 10 years, 1979, after she's a copywriter division head and that guy she had the baby with tires (or hasn't he already?) of his NYC socialite wife who by that time will have gotten really fat and taken too much Demerol.
Seriously, I love that show. AND I like the look of >some< of the women's clothes...stilettos and pencil skirts...
Thanks for the reasurance, thats what I thought. Being smart is definately a good thing and a good man would respect that right?
I could never go back to heels, I look like I'm walking with a stick up my butt. When I did wear heels, I had great legs
I dress up or down depending on the situation. At home, t-shirts & shorts (its summer). Company functions, black dress & low strappy heels.
Smart woman...well my daughter thinks "boys" or are they "men" now (18-20) don't like her because she is smart, she is and has no qualms about hiding it & she can't stand girls who dumb down to get boys attention. She'll never play a ditsy blonde.
I don't like guys that are dumb-asses. And I'll never "play dumb" to get a guy. But I have mostly guy friends, and they hate stupid girls, so I think it may be a myth that guys don't like smart girls.
But as far as return to your lady image, just accentuate what you like about your body. When you like it, you're confident, and when you're confident, you look better
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No. I seem to have very weak ankles. Have broken an ankle bone at least once, torn ligaments and had bad sprains-- even when wearing sensible shoes. At this point in my life, I wouldn't dare.
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