How to Walk the Line Between Sexy & Trashy

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Ladies, yes it is a new fashion advice post! We all have seen these desperate attempts to look sexy that end up more on the over-done side of style. Getting caught in a few delicate details can cause us to cross the line, and end up losing the classy edge. So here’s some much needed fashion advice.

Sexy v/s trashy is a fine line to walk, and in the following guidelines or fashion advice display, I’ll teach you exactly that!

Extreme Platforms: If you own shoes with a 4+ cm platform, make sure you pair it up with conservative clothing. Such heels should never come with revealing clothes.

Short Skirts: If your skirt is anything above mid-thigh, make sure you pair it up with a covered-up-enough top or else a top that’s an open-back instead of a revealing front.

Tiny Shorts: In order to keep them classy, avoid tube tops and lace; pair them up with 3/4 or long sleeves with edgy shoulders’ detailing.

Tight vs Short: Always let your dresses be on one of the two sides, tight or short. The combination might not necessarily end up classy.

Open Back Tops or Dresses: If the full back is exposed, let that be the only focus point of your outfit. This style is better displayed in a knee length dress and/or an open-back top with jeans/pants.

Lace: The sexiest yet classiest way to wear lace is to restrict it to minimum skin space; lace is better worn in sleeves, back and waist sides. Full lace pieces can be, but are not necessarily always on the classy side of sexy.

Leather: Definitely one of the sexiest trends out there, leather is not to be over-done. Leather is sexiest and most classy in figure-fit jackets with high-defined shoulders. Leather pants and leather dresses are classier when they are combined with other material; and a full leather style might be on the sexy list but definitely not on the classy one.

-Content also appeared in Belle Beirut Magazine-

Glamorously Yours;
Patricia

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