We do love a good feminine outfit around here, don’t we? 😉 Today I’m sharing 5 tried and true ways to dress more feminine. Read on for more!
5 Marvelous Ways to Dress More Feminine
Pearls are a classic for a reason 😉 I just love how they instantly elevate an outfit and always look chic. Of course, pearl jewelry is a good pick to make an outfit look more feminine but you can also incorporate it in others ways as well. I love handbags, shoes, hair accessories or even clothing that is pearl embellished. It still has that classically feminine look but feels a bit more modern.
This might seem like a no-brainer but pink is the ultimate feminine color! It’s beautiful, romantic and incredibly ladylike. Personally, I prefer the likes of light pink, mauve, and blush but any share of pink gives off that feminine vibe!
Choose Floral Prints
Out of all the prints, I truly feel that florals are the most feminine! Whether it’s bold and bright or light and airy, floral prints always give off a feminine flair. And of course, you don’t have a to dress in head to toe florals! Personally I love a good floral maxi dress or a-line skirt but you can still get the same feminine feel with a floral print handbag, pair of heels or even jewelry.
Embrace the Ruffle
Ruffles are the epitome of femininity and can be incorporated so many different ways! I love dainty ruffled details that enhance the design of a particular piece. This would include things like a ruffled neckline, hemline or any other fabulously frilly details. If you’re feeling bold, look for a sculptural ruffle sleeve top or tiered ruffle skirt.
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Accessorize with a Hair Bow
I know what you’re thinking… hair bows on a grown woman? Yes, please! I LOVEEEE a good hair accessory, especially hair bows, and I feel that there are definitely ways to wear them without looking juvenile. Stick with neutral colors, classic shapes, and luxurious fabrics to start. If you’re on the fence, try a simple neutral ribbon or piece of lace in your hair for the same effect.
Did I leave anything out?
What are some ways that you like to dress more feminine?