I view my style as quirky, enjoyable, and eccentric, and I feel actually flattered when different people notice it too. I didn’t have time to consider my response to this attention-grabbing topic yesterday and it’s been fun to learn all the replies.
I sometimes feel that ‘cute’ is what folks give you after they don’t have anything else to say (good or in any other case). I would prefer attractive (of course!), or elegant, or fabulous. I would also like to be called elegant, subtle, fashionable, beautiful or sexy. I don’t thoughts “cute” and get that one fairly usually (beth, it’s not only for short ladies, I’m tall!), but cute is sort of the alternative of sophisticated. I use cute as a compliment too, however often for casual outfits or accessories.
You’re proper Vani, however then why not just say “alluring/stunning/totally different”? I get that it’s slang, however I don’t … Read More