I know you’ve tried the classic schoolgirl look at the club… admit it, we all have. Its a little cliche, and in the big clubs its hard not to find duplicate schoolgirl outfits, but if it wasn’t working for us, we wouldn’t all be doing it! Men dig the schoolgirl look. Its a fact. Since we’ve all given up on fighting it, we might as well do it right. On that note, here are some tips for how to be the hottest little schoolgirl they’ve ever seen…
First of all, you’ll need a killer schoolgirl outfit. The red plaid skirt and tiny white top are the most obvious choices, but really you can use any pleated mini skirt you already have, (especially if its plaid). Add a sexy little top to it, preferably black or white with a collar. The final touch is white knee-socks or white ankle socks with ruffles. They work fine with pretty much any black stripper shoes, but if you’re looking to buy a pair specifically to match your outfit, sexy black mary-janes work best. Keep your hair and makeup youthful. Straighten your hair and wear it down or in pigtails, or a ponytail tied with a bow. As for makeup, keep it very simple except for your eyeliner. Think Averill Lavigne – lots of black eyeliner and mascara. They’ll be wondering if you’re not really 17.
One more step: your music. Ladies, you could get on stage and dance to the same old stuff you always dance to, but why not try some new material that adds a little context to your outfit? Here are some songs that will let every man watching fantasize about your naughty schoolgirl-self.
- Hot For Teacher – Van Halen
- Catholic Schoolgirls Rule – Red Hot Chili Peppers
- School’s Out – Alice Cooper
- Another Brick in the Wall – Marilyn Manson (this song was originally done by Pink Floyd, but their version is much too long for the average strip club set)
- Teenage Dirtbag – Wheatus
- Girl Next Door – Saving Jane
- Graduation Day – Head Automatica
- School – Nirvana
- Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana
- Smokin’ in the Boys Room – Motley Crue
So get out on that floor, you sexy thing, and make them wonder where you were when they were in high school!
(If you have any suggestions for songs to add to this playlist or any other playlists, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org)