Will Sugar Help a Flower Last Longer

flowerdresses Will Sugar Help a Flower Last Longer

Last week I received an email that asked Will Sugar Help a Flower Last Longer and the answer is yes as long as it’s for your home or office and not for your head or pretty dress selections.

The nutrients from the sweet compound work like some sort of miracle as long as we are talking about fresh cut flowers for your home or office. Dresses and accessory flowers are much different. If you are trying to be fashionable then I have just the thing for you.

How To Wear Flowers:

1: Make sure you select a flower that will compliment your figure

If you’re a five feet tall, petite, and slender, a large, gaudy floral print will overwhelm your small frame. Look for a smaller, more delicate flower print to compliment your build. If you’re tall and slender, you can get away with the bold, splashy floral prints and graphics that are so popular this season. If you’re carrying a few extra pounds, you’ll want to stay away from bold flower prints in bright colors since they can emphasize your size. Opt for a smaller, simpler flower print instead.

2. Make sure the flower selection will accentuate your frame

If you tend to carry your weight in your hips and thighs, use the power of flowers to make your thighs look thinner. Pair a vibrant floral top with a pair of dark pants or a dark skirt to hide a few inches on the hips. The bright floral pattern will pull the eye upward and away from your hips while the dark pants will slim your lower half.

3. Wear a flower that call major attention toward your main features

If you have a pretty face and want to call attention to it, a floral scarf worn at the neck or a flowered top will draw attention to your face. Is your hair one of your better features? Call attention to that fact by wearing a silk flower hair clip or a floral headband for the spring. If you have perfectly manicured hands, add some pretty floral bracelets or rings with a flower motif to draw the eye towards your hands.

These are pretty good guidelines to start but don’t be a square. If you have a little sponk or dare devil in you don’t be afraid to explore bright colors and keep experimenting until you find what you really love. Remember that practice doesn’t make perfect it only makes consistency. Be consistent and you will learn how to capitalize on the smiles that surround you on a daily basis.

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