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3. What are some other things you admire about how other women present themselves?
I love that we have such a versatile range of styles - you see guys and except from the odd one or two they generally tend to dress very similarly to one another... girls on the other hand (perhaps through the marketing in the fashion industry) have such a colourful array of different styles. I love the comradery between women who share an appreciation for the others style, a quick smile on the tube as a form of a nod of approvement, or asking a stranger where she got her coat because it's gorgeous... it's lovely.
I'm always looking for role models for the next phase, and powerful people who don't worry about how the world perceive them are key to my future.
i admire women that present themselves however they deem fit. women that do what they want even when it isn't considered the 'norm'.
I admire confidence, which is what you really need to sell any look/outfit. You can tell who feels comfortable with themselves and who doesn't.
Confidence, I guess. I admire those who are comfortable with whatever they look like.
See previous question. I often wear clothes that are suitable for weather but not necessarily nice looking. So I admire people that look stylish every day, no matter the weather or situation.
I admire the determination in their eyes, the confidence they express and the way they seem so sure about themselves and how they want to live.
I admire the lengths that people go to in regards to make up and changing the way that their face suits on a daily basis. It takes some serious commitment.
Those things like discipline - clear hair, teeth, clean short nails, being groomed. Being presentable always is like good manners. Women who are confident in their own bodies, who seem truly accepting and comfortable of who they are.
they seem so much more stylish a lot of the time, but not always - I feel I do not know how to dress
being an influential individual though dressing and looking and acting (very) feminin (in the classical sense)
I like when I see that an outfit is comprehensive. Hair is a difficult and elusive medium for me so I admire when women really nail it. I admire short and styled haircuts. I love to notice when women wear clothes that perfectly celebrate their tattoo(s). I notice when women have nice details like the perfect cross-bag or a bold earing.
I admire makeup on women, though I don't like to put makeup on myself. I think the ways that people can use makeup to transform themselves inside and out is remarkable. I love seeing any woman working the sidewalk or hallway like a runway.
More Sexyness. Im working hard on this.
hair and clothes
The confidence to let their clothing be a representation of themselves.
I am a lawyer and so work in a profession where a lot of women feel compelled or pressured to wear very corporate clothing and high heels. I have come to really admire the women who don't feel the need to fulfil those expectations or stereotypes. I admire the professional women who demonstrate their personality through what they wear, and who recognise that a pair of shoes without a ridiculously high heel can look phenomenally good. I admire the women who can see past the black suit and white shirt.
I appreciate confidence and genuineness.
That they are well kept
When their appearance feels lived in. Also when it looks expensive and tasteful, without any evidence of brand names.
I love women who pay attention to details and coherence - like little touches of colour in her outfit that echo one another, for example. I also admire good fit, and consequently, ease. A woman who knows her outfit fits and hands perfectly exudes confidence, and I admire that.
I love to see that a lot of women take really seriously how they look and that they want to look both healty and stylish. Infact,today exercise in getting more and more importance in a woman everyday life.
Wearing things that are purposefully unflattering.
Everyone has there own style
I like when women aren't afraid to be themselves
As I've gotten older, I've definitely come to appreciate the art of working with "what you've got" -- I love to see other women doing that, as it's something I struggle with, still. Letting their curly hair be curly, or wearing high-waisted pants that super-accentuate a big butt; whatever it is, recognizing what makes her different is the most attractive thing a woman can do. On the other hand, it's not attractive when women contrive their smiles and facial movements or poses to try to look a certain way. We all do it sometimes, but it's weird!
I admire women who can wear high heels like a second skin. I cannot do that. I know I look like a hobbled goat when I teeter around in heels.
And I admire women who smile, especially back at me. They are presenting themselves as a friend to other women.
A great smile is always the best way to presente yourself.
Then, I admire easygoing people, who make others confortable since the first time they speak with you.
I really like it when women with a-typical body types find clothing that suits them so good you almost wish you had their body type. I admire effort.
I admire women who look put together, like there was thoughtfulness in how they got dressed. I admire women with bold, unusual, and exuberant pieces. I equally admire women who are masterfully subtle in their style. I love a good, interesting detail, whether quiet or screaming.
How some women are able to walk gracefully in high heels!
I lack confidence in my appearance, so women who present themselves how they want and not for anyone else is something I admire.
- are confident without makeup
- choose comfort over style
- smile a lot
- put effort into how they look but don't freak out if something doesn't work
I admire women whose stylistic choices don't necessarily conform to what's current. I admire women who dress adventurously with effortlessness (but thoughtfulness) and ease. I admire the jolie laide woman: she has imperfections, but she's wholly confident--like Charlotte Gainsbourg.