We struggle with loving our body and our self as girls and this often goes on when we reach womanhood. But the truth is, we can’t let our bodies define us, because we have the power to define ourselves and also define ourselves in God's light and goodness. [caption id="attachment_2798" align="alignnone" width="474"] Pink Gele and Fitted Gown in Blue Velvet with Hand Stitched Pearls, Beads and Sequins[/caption]
Some women spend a lot of time and energy in the name of looking cute, NAKED and sexy- low-cut tops to show off their cleavage, short dresses and skirts to show off their legs- are quite common. And that is the problem, it is QUITE COMMON. It is seen so much, that one blends into another. There is always another sexy, cute girl around the corner. You see, sexy and cute appeals to the eye, it never gets past the eyes of most men. And the eyes have no memory because the eyes focus on what’s in front of them at the moment- out of sight is out of mind! That is the essence of cute and sexy. Sexy will always get attention, but it almost never holds interest. And you don’t hear grown men referring to a woman that he is interested in as being “cute.” Cute is for boys, not men. Men use words like attractive, beautiful, sensual and many other ways to describe a woman of interest. But, not cute. Cute is reserved for boys and girls.