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8 Items in a Woman’s Wardrobe That Drive Men Crazy

In accordance with studies on this subject, when we meet a person for the first time we assess them by 3 main parameters: appearance, voice, and speech. It also turns out that 7% of the first impression depends on the topic of conversation, 38% — on voice and its tone, and 55% — on appearance. That’s why there’s the saying “First you judge how nice, then you judge how wise,” and it’s even more relevant when men judge women. So, ladies, keep this knowledge in mind if you want to impress everyone around you.

1. Sundresses

It’s hard to imagine a more refined, gentle, and feminine outfit than a sundress. If it fits a woman’s body type then it literally turns any woman into a goddess. That’s why men become braver and initiate a conversation, because it’s impossible to resist a girl in a wonderful dress which outlines body curves and flows gracefully in the wind.

 

2. Skinny jeans

 

Skinny jeans make your body look slimmer, your legs longer, and they outline your curves. Isn’t that wonderful? They are more elegant than leggings because jeans hide body imperfections under thick fabric. Also, this item of clothing is very easy to combine with tops and accessories and create a finished outfit.

 

3. Sweaters

Cozy sweaters, especially over sized ones, make your outfit look very sensual and serene. A girl wearing a sweater sends a clear message that she is in harmony with her appearance, can let herself wear comfortable clothes instead of revealing ones, and can still feel beautiful and attractive.

4. Sportswear and ponytail

Just the fact that a girl likes sports makes her more attractive to a man. If your hoodie has the logo of your favorite team, it’s even better. It can become a topic for conversation. But the main secret is that a girl wearing sportswear seems to be carefree and friendly.

The same goes for ponytails. Loose hair is definitely beautiful, but a ponytail also has its own advantages: it reveals the line of the shoulder, the neck, and the ears. What can be more feminine and refined?

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