Every woman wants to be cute at some point. She wants to feel attractive, beautiful and alluring. Those who say that this is not a priority for them are often deceiving themselves and attempting to deceive others. Women’s clothing is designed to enhance the cute factor. However, sometimes designers go overboard with their creativity.
As with everything, it is important to keep the cuteness levels in proportion to the body. This does not mean that a woman should tone down the use of cute clothing, but rather, watch the size of the “cute” components of an outfit. Bigger is not better when it comes to clothing.
An example of this is the bow. A small bow is cute. A medium sized bow can help to balance a woman if she is bigger in one area than the other. A large bow is not longer cute or attractive in most cases as it can overwhelm the woman and make her look like a present, rather than a woman in a cute outfit.
On the flipside of this, the use of accessories that are simply too small for the woman can make her appear even bigger than she ever was. This is where the balance part of the wardrobe must come into play. A woman must balance the size of the cute aspects of an outfit to find what flatters her body. This includes the use of accessories.
Do not assume that just because a designer says it is cute, that it works for your body. Every woman is different and every piece of clothing is designed for a different sized woman. Accepting and embracing your body and adorning it in a way that is flattering are the ultimate way to be fashionable and fabulous.