Alia Rajput for Second City Style Magazine
February is upon us and every year, that only means two things: that
we’ve survived the biting cold of another Midwestern January, and that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so it’s time for things to start heating up.
For married and singles alike, Valentine’s Day can be a prime
opportunity for all of us to let our hair down, bat those eyelashes and
revamp a sense of sexuality, for ourselves as much as that for lucky
person who gets to share our bed. Every woman has her own bedroom
demeanor: some naughty, some nice, some a little bit of both. But
today’s trends prove that sexuality does not have to be limited to the
bedroom and to lingerie. As more boudoir-inspired pieces stalk the
runways of the world, designers ask us to literally become the fantasy
version of ourselves. Can’t wait to try it? There’s no better time than Valentine’s Day. Your lucky other will undoubtedly thank us.
“Tiptoe through the tulips” would be your soundtrack; you love
sprinkles on cupcakes and puppy dog noses and all things tiny and cute.
You are the quintessential girly girl and your idea of sexuality is all
about giggles and tickling and maybe even pillow fights. Your sugary
sweet nature, though cute, can be edged out a bit for a sexier,
sultrier look. Take, for instance, soft folds of baby pink tumbling
down your waist and stopping mid-thigh for just a tiny dose of peep
show. Your mate will go from a toothache to a heart attack before he
knows what hit him. Cynthia Steffe’s breezy layers
could speed up any pulse on the street, while Haute Hippie’s version
translates to just about any man’s fairy princess fantasy.
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