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Spring-outfits

Sex It Up, It’s Springtime!

Ok ladies, it’s time to strip off those flannelette PJs, get rid of the winter hair growth and bring sexy back! In springtime there are plenty of things you can do to sex it up. It doesn’t matter if you are single or not, either. In fact, if you’re not single, you’ve probably let the winter funk take over far more than the single ladies out there.

Springtime is the best time to recreate your presence. Lose a few kilos or make that overdue appointment at the local beauty salon. If your a DYI type of lady, stock up on products that will get your body back into peak presentation. It won’t only make you look better but it will put the spark back in your step. A confident lady is a sexy lady.

Hair

While you’re recreating yourself, head down to the hairdressers and, instead of getting the same haircut, go for something different. Yes, it’s brave and bold but it can also make you feel awesome. Check out the latest styles before you go in and choose something that screams sexy. It’s a great way to get maximum impact for minimal effort.

If you are getting up there in years, shortening your hair can increase your sex appeal. Long hair on older ladies can age them. Sure, it may have looked hot in your 20s and 30s but, in your 40s, it might be time to consider a change. Speak to your hairdresser about a sexy, shorter style rather than layered length. Even hubbies that prefer long hair will be pleasantly surprised at how hot their missus will look.

Nails

Having your nails done isn’t as expensive as a lot of people think. It usually lasts up to a month and when you calculate it per day, in many cases, it’s cheaper than a cup of coffee! Instead of going for a subtle, winter tone, go bright and bold. Springtime is all about colour, so why not add some to your nails? If you are a little apprehensive, nail technicians can add just a small splash of colour to the tips, which can brighten your sexy spring look.

Makeup and tanning

Makeup and tanning is a big part of being female but most men actually prefer a natural look. If you want to look sexy, keep that in mind. Don’t overcoat the tan until you’re sporting a fake orange glow. That really isn’t sexy! Use the less is more principle for tans and makeup and that’s how a sexy look is achieved.

If you are unsure of how much is too much, spend a few dollars and go to a professional. They will know which colors suit you and can help achieve that sexy look without going over the top. Being sexy is about bringing out your natural beauty, so make sure you aren’t hiding it under layers of makeup.

Wardrobe

Now, the wardrobe… You could head back into the darkness and pull out last year’s spring fashion, but why not spend a few dollars and add some of this season’s flair. Most of us have plenty we can mix and match, so add a few really well-chosen items. Don’t forget about the shoes and accessories when you think wardrobe. Handbags, jewellery and new shoes can add a new dimension to your look.

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5 Transitional Wardrobe Pieces You Need

While the seasons are slowly shifting into spring, there is absolutely no need to buy an entirely new wardrobe for the transitional weather ahead. Although the months just before summer are filled with longer days and slightly more sunshine, don’t ditch your boots and coats just yet! These five transitional wardrobe pieces will be your best friend over the next few weeks.

Trench coat

A light coat is an easy piece to throw on top of an outfit at any time of the day. Choose a soft cotton blend which will help your body breathe, and won’t overheat throughout the warmer months of the year. Pair with jeans or an office-friendly outfit for a classic look.

Ballet flats

Don’t crack out the sandals just yet! Ballet flats are a versatile footwear option since they don’t require any socks, and generally won’t cause any blisters to your feet. Invest in a pair which are comfortable and preferably won’t stretch with increased wear.

Long-sleeved shirt

A warm, long sleeved shirt can go a long way – especially during those chilly days and nights. Choose colours which are sure to blend in with your outfits, particularly monochromatic shades such as white, black, grey and tan.

Cropped pants

Make like Brigitte Bardot and wear a pair of cropped pants during the slightly warmer days leading to spring. There a variety of colours, prints and styles in-stores which look fantastic if you choose to dress them down, or even on a night out with a pair of heeled sandals and a clutch bag.

Denim jacket

There is nothing quite like a denim jacket which screams spring-time style. Most denim jackets are made of a lighter 100% cotton blend, which makes them breathable while you wear them. Light wash, acid wash and dark wash shades are popular options, which will keep your entire outfit looking trendy and cool between the months of September-November.

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