What Does Sexy Mean To You? Part One
Sexy takes on a different meaning for every generation. What sexy meant to you at 20, doesn’t mean the same once you hit 30, and even 40. I will be doing what sexy means to the teens, 20’s, 30’s and 40’s and break it up into 4 parts, each decade its own dedication. We will start this mini-series off with teens:
As a teen, it’s okay to be sexy. You’re just coming into your woman hood, you’re starting to grow breasts & hips, and you’re also starting to fill out your clothes. Not a problem to want to amp it up a bit. Throw a mini (but not too mini) on here, show a slight cleavage there, maybe even do a halter with the back out over there, turn it up and let the world know you’ve arrived! But where do you draw the line?
You draw the line at super tight mini dresses, too short shorts, 6-inch stilettos, back bearing dresses that cut too low, anything that shows too much or is too tight you want to stay away from. You want to get comfortable with your femininity but still maintain your youth. I’ve picked a few items to get started with.
All-Over Bugle Dress $153.85
Contrast Cup Mesh Dress $76.92
Aqua Couture One-Shoulder Pelpum Dress $145.30
Shoulder Dress w/ Sequin Panel $29.80
Cropped Scallop Edge Blouse $42.74 (Older teenagers)
Brian Reyes Muscle Pants $590
The problem is with this generation of teenagers, their youth is drowned out by images of sex, drugs, and parties, especially with shows like “Gossip Girls” and “90210”. We need to take it back to the core of what it really means to be and dress young, and still be sexy.
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