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This fashion video focus' on styles that will make you look sexy and subtle but not cheap.
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Welcome to watchmojo.com, today’s fashion tip is how to be sexy yet subtle at the same time, you don’t have to bare it all to have sex appeal. So just to give you an example, as I’m wearing right here, I have an off the shoulder shirt, it still has a sleeve, but it’s giving me a nice long, sexy color, without having to actually wear a tank top; as well if you want to spice things up, you can add a nice little shimmery scarf right around the neck and it’ll give a little bit of appeal to the outfit. As well, if you’re really into glimmer, because that is the style of the season, there’s a belt as such, all you need to do is add a little sparkle around the waist and voila, and if you’re going for more of that sexy glamorous look, you can wear something with a bit of color, some sparkle, which will do the trick, and something that’s loose fitting that isn’t going to show-off your, it’ll show off your silhouette, but it’s not going to give it away which really something ups the imagination. And lastly, if you really want to give that sexy subtle look, you can wear stiletto heel and with a plinky toe that will give you a longer leg.