I don’t really express my personal opinion on my blog as much as other bloggers tend to, I’m usually giving advice or reporting on something. But after the passionate comment V left on the post “how many buttons do I leave open on my shirt?” I decided to change that a little. For those that have not read the post and the comments left, V discussed her dislike of men that choose to go overboard with the manscaping or worse completely wax it. Her reasoning was because she felt men were more masculine with chest hair. You’re probably thinking what has this got to do with heels and nail varnish and why am I discussing it in a post for the ladies? Well that post inspired me to share with you guys a couple of things that I love on the female form. Nothing screams femininity more than these.
I don’t if this stems from my days selling designer shoes but I love to see women in heels. As high as one can walk in (there’s nothing sexy seeing someone trying to waddle along). I just love the aesthetic design they’re just so much more exciting than men’s shoes. Not only that but heels, although can cause pain for the wearer, tone the legs and derriere making them look even more beautifully sculpted.
This is a bug bare of mine, I hate seeing women with scruffy chipped nail varnish. You could be the most stunning looking girl in the world but as soon as I spotted chipped nail varnish I’d be turned off. I don’t mean like if it’s been nicked and some has chipped off. But rather when it’s left almost to decompose, it’s like the wearer is too cheap to buy nail varnish remover. Again though pretty nails are sign of femininity. To me as well it also is a sign that the person cares about the little details which is so important…. so there you have it… heels and nails polish.
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