Usually when we talk about body language, we are on the subject of dating and we want very badly to know what the other person thinks about us, whether or not they are into us and just where the date is, or isn’t, going. For our purpose, we are going to take a look at feminine body language and some of the do’s and don’ts that you want to consider any time you “dress”. The idea that body language is more about the visual aspect to most people can’t be changed and that means that body language has to be a big part of your feminine image. If your body language isn’t telling the world that you are a beautiful female, all of the heels, makeup and hair styling won’t be enough. Your body language consists of posture, gestures, facial expressions and eye contact, all of which are very important if you are to master feminine body language. Let’s take a look at some do’s and don’ts of feminine body language:Feminine Body Language Dos and Don’ts DO show off your curves. Being curvy is a decidedly female thing and it can be difficult for some men to pull it off. If you don’t have a round butt and big bosom, you can use what you do have to create an S-curve. Changing your posture can enhance what little curves you do have making them look slightly larger and more feminine. To do this, you should keep your weight on one side of your body and stay as natural looking as possible. If you feel like you are overexaggerating, you probably are.DO reduce the amount of space you take up. Avoid the typical male stance where you take up as much space as possible to look more dominant and try to look more feminine and elegant by taking a closed stance. Cross your legs when sitting, tuck your elbows when standing and don’t slouch. DO use feminine gestures. Men and women gesture differently and it shows. You can easily tell the difference between the two when you only see a silhouette just by the way they move their arms and hold their posture when speaking. Avoid clumsy or overly expressive movements and, instead, tuck your elbows and make slow, smooth movements. DON’T look stoic in your facial expressions. Your facial expressions can easily give you away if you look stern and serious. Most women have a pleasing facial expression that puts those around them at ease. This is what you need to practice and remember to keep the corners of your mouth turned up slightly. Remember these do’s and don’t before you dress and you will soon master the art of feminine body language making all of your time and effort choosing just the right outfit for the evening even more worth it.If you enjoyed this article, please feel free to share it on your favorite social media sites.