Catch his eye with just one look.
In my first post on this blog, I introduced you to Art of Seduction Talk and stressed the importance of both appearance and wit. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again:
Seduction starts with the eyes.
Consider the banner on my blog. There’s something alluring about the woman featured. She draws you in with dark colors, bold accessories, and a teasing look. I’d argue that most men would strike up conversation with her, or they would at least think about it (if they weren’t too intimidated).
We’re not trying to draw in that latter group. This post illustrates a quick style guide, perfect for a first date, a fling you want to pursue more seriously, or just to catch a man’s eye.
Men agree that red is one of the sexiest colors. This may draw from a history of red’s association with life, since it’s the color of blood. Either way, red is an attractive color that women seldom wear and you’ll stand out in a crowd.
Seductive women tend to be more feminine. Argue your definition of it; I’ll make a blog post about femininity at some point in the future. For the purpose of this blog post, femininity is both a wardrobe choice and having a pleasant personality.
Pick a red dress. You already know what suits you best, or you should. Wear some nice heels with it. Accessorize. You’ve imagined the outfit in your head, but what are you wearing beneath it?
Lingerie is a key point to seduction. When wearing a red dress, look for lingerie that will stay hidden beneath flimsier straps so you remain classy. I recommend either sexy underwear or, if you’re feeling bold, a nice teddy.
If you’re wearing a red dress, don’t wear red lingerie. This might seem counterintuitive, since the color is seen as sexy lingerie. However, red on red can seem garish. For darker reds, choose black lingerie for an elegant look; for lighter reds, consider fine lingerie in gentle hues like pale pink.
We’re going for a sensual lingerie look, not an “in your face” one. Do you wear a babydoll, a bodysuit (the answer is probably not), or a bustier?
In the Red series, I’ll highlight good picks for erotic lingerie that pairs well with red dresses. Keep an eye out for style guides tailored to suit you. Other color series are upcoming.