For most women, choosing a dress to wear to a performance carries a lot of pressure. After all, it's likely to be the only time you'll have the opportunity to wear one in your life.
But what if you could make sure that everybody was too busy talking about how amazing your dress looked even to notice anything else about you? That might just be the effect this classy number will have on anyone who sees it – but it will take a lot of confidence and strutting ability to pull it off!
Many of us have recently become very used to classical dance. It appears that we are all becoming subject experts thanks to television programs like Dancing with the Stars.
You may have a favorite type of dance and, more than likely, a favorite dancer or a few. But there is nothing more impressive than when they can dance the rumba properly.
When you think of rumba, you don't automatically think seductive or sensual unless you are thinking about the moves that can only be found in this ballroom dance.
Slavik Kryklyvvy and Elena Khorova captured our hearts with their sensual side of rumba in their performance at the 2015 WDSF World DanceSport Championship in Kazan, Russia, where they placed first in the Amateur Standard division and second in the Amateurs Latin division.
Although most people would classify rumba as a single type of dance, several variations exist. The Cuban rumba type, known as Guaguancó, is one of the most well-known varieties.
In this dance, the male partner tries to touch the female partner's thighs while the female partner tries to stop him.
It seems as though she is preventing some very audacious overtures on his part from landing. Everything is quite a spectacle to see when it is put together properly.
Although these two dancers are pretty talented, the dress definitely steals the show. No one could look away from it, and with good cause. Keep your eyes on the outfit while giving the dance your all-out attention.