I don’t do Romance, I wear it!

Naive, romantic and unique, feminine and ladylike

Romanticism (also the Romantic era or the Romantic period) was an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that originated in Europe toward the end of the 18th century and in most areas was at its peak in the approximate period from 1800 to 1850.  Naïve romantic type of women look extremely well when they wear soft-colored dresses with ruffles, bows and flowers. They are allowed to wear an outfit with an infantile mode to it; moreover, this kind of outfit flatters them the most. Some lucky woman have faces which make them always look extremely young: wide open naïve eyes, small noses and sincere smiles. First word that comes to your mind when you see a lady that falls under naïve romantic type is “cute”. This kind of women are always positive, light-hearted and kind. It feels as they are day-dreaming most of the time, sometimes to the point of being unpunctual. Soft colors, such as peach, pistachio, lemon and beige, and, of course, white color looks great.

Bright-colored and bold accessories, should definitely fit more. Adopt some childish details, such as bows or cartoon character prints, and look both cute and stylish – just because your face and your personality fit this kind of style.

The impression you give: Is friendly, non threatening but you’re likely to be a man’s girl!

Softness and drape in beautiful tactile fabrics, gentle or pretty colors and curvy shapes.  Classy and very sophisticated, color and curls, white or soft-colored light dresses, flirting and giggling personality, light fabrics such as chiffon, silk and lace.

The feminine look is never consciously provocative but it’s as well to play the femininity down just a little in the business arena. Even if your romantic fashion style veers more towards the classic for work, you will never forego your jewelry, makeup and nail polish.

Style your romantic muse and keep her stunning 



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