How To Wear Less In 2015 And Still Remain Sexy, Classy And Not Trashy

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In this rising climate in Ghana with more women walking out half dressed flooding gossip blogs. The first question that comes to mind by members of society is, are these women of confidence who are so proud of their figures they wish to show the world? Or are they women of low self esteem who won’t feel right if they do not get the attention they can’t get whilst being fully covered?

 

There is no one answer to this, some may be, but not every one in revealing clothes is a woman with confidence who is excited to show off, nor a broken spirit seeking love. Some may actually have grown up around and were inspired women who dressed as such and see no contradictions with it. There is a large part of society who are exhibitionists. People with great bodies that just love to be seem.

I myself have always been intruiged by a woman who has no doubt about her looks and isn’t scared to tell the world. But there is a famous saying, too much of everything is not good. So the question is when are you revealing too much? Wearing mini skirts in a club might be a norm but off limits if going mountain climbing, or accompanying your boyfriend to a business meeting. Low V necks are not so revealing in public unless you are heavy chested with a big cleavage. The same way yoga pants seem very athletic on a slim lady, but much different story when a lady with a heavy bum wears it in public.

So the question of being revealing really depends on the circumstance and who you are really. Wearing batty Riders as a plus sized woman is always over revealing to the general public, no matter how hot the summer. So one will really need to know their environment to know when they are crossing boundaries without being outlandish.

However in 2015 there are now classy ways to be revealing without coming across as a sex monger. With the wonders of chiffon, sheer and french lace, you can be daring and revealing all whilst remaining in the category of fashionable and classy. No more limited options to only mini skirts to show off your good legs, no more bare chest to show of your clevache. See some examples below.

Wearing a bra-let and skater skirt to a club might be seen as showing off to much, however if chiffon lies everywhere in between you just might be all whilst not coming off trashy.
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Dress by LaFashionistars

Going to a wedding and trying to catch the eye of whichever good man may be around. Consider french lace dress. Be the star of the wedding all whilst looking as ladyish and classy as ever.
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Dress by Zuhair Murad Dress

Not even men in the office place are safe. No more having to wear low sweetheart bodycon dresses or unbutttoning your shirt to show clevage with half your body squeezing out. Why not simply a round neck pencil dress with french lace to the bodice.
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Pic by French Connection Weddings

Invited to a star studded ceremony with press around, and you want the attention of Majid Michel or John Dumelo? Throw away the stretchy tight clothes, why not try a mesh panel dress as seen below.
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Kelly Rowland in dress Georges Chakra Couture

Such styles can be incorporated with African print just as the dress image below. And if at any stage you might need a similar custom style design, french lace or chiffon, with African print. We are only an email away!

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