Valentine’s Day is upon us and whether you are comfortably settled or on the prowl, it is my firm belief that every DMD darling should be well versed in the art of seduction. Seduction is a skill that is largely confused with the ability to get
laid a man. However, seduction as I refer to it here is far more than one’s ability to get a man’s attention; any slutty little thing in skimpy attire can do that–if one were to walk down the street with little more than dental floss wrapped around one’s derrière, of course heads would turn. No. Seduction as I refer to it is an art form that, if properly executed, can intoxicate anyone of the same or opposite sex and move them to extreme emotions. Cleopatra used it to secure her empire, Queen Elizabeth used it to forge strategic alliances, and Oscar Wilde employed it to become one of the most revered writers of all time. Seduction requires skill, intelligence, perception, theatrics, wit, restraint, and a little skin and sex at the right moments.
Be Prepared. . .
Art of Seduction by Robert Greene, breaks the world down into types of seducers and victims, provides examples from history and literature and gives tips about execution. It’s a must-read.
Alexander McQueen, tuxedo dress; available here.
Draw Them In
The most seductive piece of jewelry a woman can wear is a necklace as it draws attention to the neck, collar-bone and shoulders. The ultimate necklace for a seduction is a lariat–a medium length necklace that comes to a tail at the center. You don’t have to be a genius to realize that the little bejeweled tail swishing back and forth at a woman’s décolletage suggests just enough to distract one’s victim. The rule I abide by is: the bigger the boobs the shorter the lariat should be. If the tail risks getting stuck in your cleavage rather than swishing around, it’s probably a little too obvious to be seductive and you risk the possibility of inadvertently strangling yourself mid-seduction.
Lana Jewelry, “luck n’ love” lariat; available here.
Fallon, lasso collar; available here.
Push Them Away
Kiki de Montparnasse, tuxedo bib and collar set; available here.
Kiki de Montparnasse, cage bra; available here.
La Perla, garter belt; available here.
Kiki de Montparnasse, cage panty; available here.
Send Them Home and You Eat Cake
Unless you share a home, in which case you may consider sharing your Lady M mille crepe cake–a decadent, but not-too sweet, cream enveloped between a ‘thousand’ layers of fluffy vanilla crepes–but only if he/she deserves it.
Lady M mille crepe cake; available here.
Big Kiss and Bigger Diamonds,