How to Sexify your Winter Whites

I already know that my mother is going to chastise me for this outfit being the wonderfully conservative lady she is but dont fret my favorite woman on the planet, I have a shirt on with this blazer so please do not yell at me. (heehee). Since I was young I have been obsessed with breasts. My mother and grandmother have vivacious twins and I completely embody my biological father's gene pool when it comes to my body. In my 20s, I wore 2 push up bras at a time to get va-va voom cleavage and looking back, they looked RIDICULOUS! Now that I am in my 30s and more in-tune with who I am,  I am happy for my subtle yet sensual ta-tas. Every now and then as a woman you have to remind yourself that you are still sexy and you still "have it". (peep the current issue of GQ magazine to see what I mean). This outfit makes me feel like I have "it" and then some! I initially paired this blazer with a sheer white tank but it did nothing to match the mood I was in at the time so I snatched it off, threw on my deep-v bodysuit and went on my merry way. As much as I love wearing black, there is something equally powerful about a crisp white jacket. As previously mentioned I was not blessed with an hourglass shape so cinching at the waist is almost a "must do" for me when wearing anything boxy cut.  I wanted my cleavage to speak volumes so I left my neck bare, added statement sunglasses that I purchased months ago, a watch, my braille ring, leopard skinnies and my beloved YSL TribToo pumps.... 
I feel as beautiful as Sophia Loren in this ensemble and as saucy too!!!
Thank you to Radiant Cosmetic for the lipcolor. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I am a HUGE fan of this socially conscious beauty company and that in honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, 20% of the proceeds of their lipsticks aid in stopping slavery! 
I always fully support fashion and philanthropy! 

 

Blazer: Thrifted Option 1/ Option 2
Blue Leopard Skinnies: BDG Option 1
Watch: Michael Kors
Lipstick: Radiant Cosmetic/ My shade
Jenni Jehanne

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