A very small minority of women who don’t have a lot of class are able to develop that quality and become truly classy.Doing this requires reflecting on your own self, recognizing those qualities that you are missing and having which would make you more classy (something that few, if any women, would want to do) and working in all the necessary directions to build that attractive flair of class and sophistication.As such, she does not hate men, and is not overly skeptical or pessimistic about her ability to fall in love and enjoy great romance.This concept, along with femininity and style is hard to define, and the formal definition of “elegance” is again of not much use. Just take a look at most of the men’s dating profiles, and you will see that practically all of them want to meet and date a woman who has “class.” Indeed, being called “classy” is an ultimate compliment to a woman. After searching the internet for an answer to this question, I wasn’t very satisfied, because every attempt to define a “classy woman” had one fundamental flaw.
For instance, being a sharp dresser, clean, and not using profanities are certainly qualities that flatter to a woman, but…
Subtlety implies a degree of moderation, lack of flamboyance, lack of impulse to attract attention, and generally not trying too hard.
A subtle woman has style but she doesn’t look like a designer model.
Green/orange/blue hair, tattoos and piercings all over or otherwise looking like a girl with a dragon tattoo might help you express your individuality but they are surely not a sign of being classy or sophisticated. Her mission in life is not in challenging men and competing with men wherever possible; she enjoys pleasing men without feeling ashamed of it, and is proud to be a woman.
She recognizes the differences between men and women in psychology, physiology and sexuality and accepts those differences as laws of nature.