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A woman who has true class and strong sense of self does not need to run around and tell everyone how smart and successful she is, whether it’s in “real” life, or on Facebook, Linked In, Ok Cupid or anywhere else.
This urge to validate yourself through bragging is a clear sign of insecurity and of in both men and women.
A very small minority of women who don’t have a lot of class are able to develop that quality and become truly classy.
Doing this requires reflecting on your own self, recognizing those qualities that you are missing and having which would make you more classy (something that few, if any women, would want to do) and working in all the necessary directions to build that attractive flair of class and sophistication.
Following temporary, mediocre fashion trends and fads certainly does not add to being classy.
However, if you believe that you belong to that minority of women who are open to constructive self-criticism and you are willing to take a few practical steps toward becoming more classy, here are some of the fundamental elements of a woman’s personality that makes her more “classy:” There is no way around it – perceived class has little weight and value if the person behind it has no interesting thoughts, opinions, views or observations.
Being a classy woman requires an ability to share and challenge ideas and be an engaging company.
Subtlety implies a degree of moderation, lack of flamboyance, lack of impulse to attract attention, and generally not trying too hard.
A subtle woman has style but she doesn’t look like a designer model.
It might be something as small and seemingly insignificant as a laughter of an actress that you would notice in a woman that strikes you as so much softer, feminine and attractive than the one you overheard the other night at a bar from a woman, whose entire body was covered with tattoos and piercings.