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3. What are some other things you admire about how other women present themselves?
Some other women are very confident and they stand up for themselves.
I can't walk in heels, they are out of the question for me. I admire women who can pull them off when they have to.
Their level of confidence
The way they are positive of themselves
The number of ways women find styles for their hair that would be considered formal.
Individuality in how each person dresses
When they walk with a little sass and a small smile. They do not seem to be trying so hard and beauty comes naturally to them.
I admire women who create personal style despite socioeconomic disadvantage. Working-class women who know which colors and silhouettes are flattering.
I generally notice when they have really good skin or very comfortable body language
I admire when a Woman is selfconfident enough to step out of the beat track. When she really wears something Special, Hand made garments e.g., or Things you would not expect like a nose piercing or a Colourful jacket at an old Lady or something like that. These women show that their appearence is of a certain importance to them and they present that in the public.
in all the different ways that they do individually
The wide spectrum of how different women present themselves as to what "presentable" means to them.
The way that some women can combine items of clothes to create a well coordinated outfit that looks chic - sometimes with pieces that I would never have thought of putting together.
originality. taking chances, body awareness
I admire confident women, confident people, those who have clearly Dressed Creatively, those who speak boldly and with empathy, who have a unique perspective and engage it readily across conversations. Those who listen deeply. Great haircuts or hair styles - that one can verge into covetousness.
When they speak and act with a natural and confident look.
Good posture has always escaped me. Same with a willingness to show off shoulders.
I admire women that look comfortable in their clothes. As it the fabric was a natural extension of their bodies. This can have a lot more to do with the cultural significance of a garment rather than the physical cosy value.
I admire when women are kind and smile and don't look down when they walk. Women who don't seem anxious or mad to be there but calm and happy to be there, to be alive. But not like annoyingly happy to be there but simply just content to be there. I also admire when women look clean and like they care to be alive and put effort into what they wear while still sticking to their own personal style. That seems really effortless and beautiful to me.
I like the way they can be by themselves without the presence of others.
I like people who are interested in design and you can tell are thinking about the elements of their look.
I admire the women that walk into a room and command your attention. They have a sort a presence that nobody can ignore.
yes I am
I admire women in intellectual jobs, wearing clothes that don't highlight their intellect but complement it.
How they hold themselves.
How they walk.
How they dress.
How they look at other people walking on the street.
when women aren't afraid to wear bold makeup or long, blingy nails
I like when women are honest about who they are and about who other people are. That's not to say I dislike "posers" or "fakes." I also don't really like "calling people out." Sometimes we have to pretend to be who we want to be before we can become it. But people who are candid and even-minded are quite nice to be around.
an individual sense of style- with all the trends that are going on today, I think it's unique when a woman doesn't necessarily buy into them
I admire when women defend their beliefs. I admire when women don't try to fit into a conventional image.
how they arent insecure to wear what they want
I admire woman who are dedicated and work hard.
They represent their own unique personality, which nobody else can take away from them. They are strong and independent, and stand up for who they are.
First off, I notice a woman's posture. If she's walking tall, head up and makes eye contact, I find these things most admirable. If a woman speaks using poor grammar or comes across as controlling in tone of voice, I avoid ANY interaction with that person. hand-made jewe
Those that are strong and take a stand.