In order to attract man of your dreams, it helps to dress in a way that honors your beautiful body. When I use word "honor," I don't mean you should dress like a nun or hide yourself in an ankle-length skirt and a turtleneck.
But you should wear only clothes that make best of your unique shape. Too many fleshy women (and there are lots of men who prefer robust females over skimpier lasses) are currently wandering planet in low-rise jeans and tank tops, which results in a phenomenon known as "muffin top." In other words, they're walking around with a wedge of flab over their waistbands. Not a good look.
Before you hop on whatever trend they're pushing in InStyle magazine, ask yourself if look works for you and your beautiful body. I once read an interview with actress Sela Ward, in which she said she chooses clothes to show off her amazing flat stomach but avoids items that expose her flabby thighs. You see, nobody's perfect!
The key is to emphasize what you do have and to detract from what you don't. Buy only clothes that you know you'll put on over and over again because they make you feel fantastic. Think twice about any garment heralded by women's magazines as "must-have" items. The only "must-haves" in life are oxygen and self-esteem.
Which brings me to my next subject: When you go out to a club, a bar or a party, you will notice that 3/4 of other women are half naked. Yes, some of them look quite good half naked (while other half look quite scary), but dressing provocatively often attracts very guys a woman would do better to avoid.
Put it this way: If you don't leave anything to imagination, you usually attract a guy with no imagination.