How to Dress Well as a Woman, Based on Your Birth Chart
I’m no fashion expert. As a matter of fact, most of the time I tend to dress like an astrologer, or a writer. Men in both fields tend to subscribe to one of two basic “looks” — either it’s the “tweed jacket with leather patches on the elbows” look, or the “I just woke up, where am I?” effect. Most of the time you’ll find me in the latter ensemble.
But, just because I spend my days dressed to type doesn’t mean you have to. Over the years I’ve made some observations about what works best on a woman, based on her birth chart rather than things like skin tone or build.
Run my advice below through your personal Fashion Filter, based on the sign that your Venus is in, and you’ll come up with something that maximizes your attractiveness. It really works!
This placement tends to look good casual. Looking like you’re on your way to the gym — or at least ready for movement — works well for you.
Add a soft and feminine accent to whatever you’d normally wear, like a lacy bra strap that pops out at random moments. Think “old-fashioned girl with modern attitude.”
Add interesting details, like earrings with a complex design or a jingly anklet. Just as your conversation sparkles, so should you.
Comfortable textures and materials look good on you, even if no one is actually touching you at the moment. A lot of men like the classic angora sweater … and angora likes you, too.
Add a little dramatic flair to whatever you’ve decided to wear, like big hoop earrings or a dangly necklace that casually points to your cleavage.
Think “naughty librarian.” Believe it or not, you really can pull off that (mostly) prim and proper look, with just one detail that hints that the facade can vanish quickly.
Go for pretty and girly. You were born to work the summer dress and the floral accents. You already have a good sense of style — now individualize it with a creative accessory.
You’ve probably already been told to go with red or black. That isn’t necessary — but just one strategically placed fire engine-red accent is sure to light a fire.
Think “comfortable.” No one can pull off the T-shirt and jeans look like you. Anything that looks casual (and looks like it can be removed quickly) will work well on you.
Pretend you’re getting dressed for work, and you work as a loan officer. Except instead of approving access to money, you’re approving access to you. One pricey item can pull it all together.
Be entirely comfortable within yourself. Whatever you wear, add something a little unusual or showy — like rings on each finger or complex, Peruvian-style earrings.
Go with a soft and dreamy look — think romance novel or hippie chick. A little bit of glitter can go a long way with you. And make sure you draw attention to your eyes!
So there you have it: You are now fully prepared for combat — I mean, romance. All that’s left to do is gather intelligence about the enemy. Um, I mean: Go out, have good time and find out what kind of a person you’re getting involved with.