I think this is true. I think this is what some call “charisma”. Some of us have it, some of us are attracted to it. It’s a magnetism. A presence.
I think it comes from knowing who we are and being self-confident and comfortable in our own skin.
An example, one night my friend, the same one who said I had “gravity” called me up to go out. I actually dressed up, usually I only dress up on the weekends. I knew he would definitely not be in a t-shirt and jeans so I went the extra mile myself.
I have this pair of boots that I love. They’re black leather with a three inch hill. I’m 5’7. In three inch hills, I’m as tall as most men and taller than some. I feel incredible wearing these boots.
I wore these boots out that night.
The rest of my attire was modest, something I was comfortable in and felt good in.
We ended up in a club later. We were sitting there talking, laughing, having a good time, watching people. (I love to watch people.)
I watched some of the women, and I thought to myself, “They’re trying too hard.” The hair’s too big, there’s too much make-up, and for some, there were way too many body parts hanging out.
I have two words of advice for these women (and some men).
I was sitting there with the most attractive guy in the club. I was having a great time, and I was being myself.
I don’t worry about impressing people or wondering if my shoes, jeans, shirt, socks make me look fat. Well, most of the time. I have my moments of self-doubt. Which brings me to another point.
Later, when we were back at our normal spot. The bartender and I started talking about weight. I made the remark that I was trying to lose weight and one of the patrons told me “But, Alisha, you carry your weight well. You’re pleasantly plump.”
I was definitely outraged for a moment.
Plump my foot.
Some say I’m curvy in all the right places.
Which brings me to the whole point of this blog.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Some say Angelina Jolie is beautiful. I don’t think she is. I think Brad was crazy to leave Jennifer. Angelina’s lips are too big and she’s just weird. Some people would disagree with me. Some people would argue that Jennifer’s too plain, or too girl-next-door.
You have to find your own beauty. If that makes sense. What matters is what YOU think of YOU. You can’t please everyone and you can’t be attractive to everyone.
The most important person to please is yourself.
And if wearing a great pair of boots makes you feel attractive, then by all means wear them.
And never wonder if they make you look fat. 🙂
Until next time……