I recently broke up with my boyfriend of 8 months a month ago. we're both in a college organization that has a formal coming up in 2 weeks. We ended on a pretty good note, but the breakup was still hard for me and we have a lot of friends that overlap. So for this formal, I made the decision to go alone instead of rushing to invite another guy last minute before the deadline, and I'm okay with that... but I want to look extra sexy at this event to show our friends that I'm doing well and that I have my sh*t together lol. I'm not trying to get my ex back or anything... but maybe just evoke a little bit of jealousy? or a mental jaw-drop of sorts? I don't know if he's bringing a new girl or not. That being said, I need some advice with my hair. I have long hair (down to my boobs) that is super straight and pretty thin/fine. I also have some longer side swept bangs. I'm wondering if I should leave my hair straight or if guys would think it's attractive to put some curls in it? Or of you have other ideas (Pictures are especially helpful) of some trendy flattering ways I can do my hair or other tips about how I should dress and act that evening. I'm weirdly nervous about it, even though I don't regret our breakup it's going to be weird being there with him without being WITH him and I don't really know how to go about things.
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OK, if you want attention:
Extra high heels, for one thing. In a bold color.
A clingy dresss that flatters your figure without being too garish. You don't want to look desperate, so make sure you're not showing a lot of cleavage and he dress shouldn't be short or too tight.
I'll leave the hair up to you, it's too hard to give advice about that without a picture..but don't try to redo your hair completely, it will look like you're trying to attract another guy. Plus, you want everyone to recognize you!
Wear a contrasting scarf or top, again, to get people's attention.
Keept he akeup light, again, you don't want to look like you're cruising for a new guy.
A trendy hat would top off the ensemble.
Don't go up to him, make him come to you!1