"There are those rare few who are blessed with innate elegance...but luckily for the rest of us, elegance, style and a chic flair are things that can be developed and acquired.
Step 1: Size yourself up. Look at the good, the bad, and the really bad. True elegance begins with honesty, and half the battle is already won once you admit that you aren't perfect. In addition, imperfections are often what make a person stand out among the ordinary...
Step 2: Make your own chic list. Once you've looked yourself over, make a list of areas you'd like to focus on, such as wardrobe, home, or interactions with others. Come up with examples of people who seem to pull it off. You'll realize that elegance is attainable, and comes in all different shapes and sizes: classic, refined, relaxed, modern, even slightly tattered.
Step 3: Fake it. One of the best ways to acquire elegance is to try some on for size. Audrey Hepburn, for example, claimed she didn't rely on any particular acting technique, but found that the clothes she wore were immensely important to conveying a character. She said it was "often an enormous help to know that you looked the part. Then the rest wasn't so tough anymore." In the same vein, trying on a new look or attitude can actually help you attain your goals. If you can imagine where you want to go, you stand a much better chance of getting there." - The Little Pink Book of Elegance
Simply put, realize who you are, realize who you want to be as a person & be who you want to be. This goes the same for that beautiful figure of yours. Realize what you've got, be proud of the good spots and equally, the not-so-favorite spots & dress it so the best areas are shown off for your age & lifestyle. xx.L