How to Dress Ultra Feminine

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Dressing ultra feminine is all about texture and fabric. Learn how to dress ultra feminine with help from a professional image consultant in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style, and today I'm going to give you a few tips on how to dress ultra feminine. It's all about the texture and the fabric, the color and the details. So what I did here on this mannequin is show a little bit of everything. So we have a dress, nothing says feminine like a dress. This dress is really nice too because it has a pattern of lace as an extra little detail and that's a great fabric choice when you're trying to dress ultra feminine. Another thing too is that I added a layer of texture here with this little topcoat. It is soft and tactile and feels luxurious. Another thing is the details. So we paired it with this long vintage necklace and this great black belt here. So overall we have this ultra feminine look. So a couple of options when you're looking to dress that way is to look at color. So muted tones are going to be good for a feminine dresser. So something such as this, this little vintage dress here in this muted pink will be a nice color for ultra feminine. Also, going with a soft cream, this shirt is so feminine. It has the soft color of cream and it has the lace detail as well. So these add two different elements of feminine dressers. Another option for that is to go with different fabrics. Lace is going to be a nice fabric detail and, as well as something that has a little bit of sheer to it and this great texture of detail. Think romantic. Think soft. When you're looking for ultra feminine, think about the color and the texture and the pattern of the items that you're wearing. You put them all together, add a couple of accessories and that's how you dress ultra feminine. I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style. Thanks for watching.


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