But whether he’ll come your way or stay away has less to do with your body type and more to do with your body language.
To begin with, think about what your clothes say about you.
If you’re with, say, a girlfriend, and you’re sitting with your backs to the room, singularly engrossed in each other’s conversation, you’re far less likely to get approached.
This is perfectly fine if you don’t want to be approached, but if you’re hoping to get a little bit of outside attention, play to the room.
But first, let’s dispel the number one cliché about dating intimidation: being too attractive.
Finally, take some time to ask yourself some questions: Is the person I’m talking with relaxed?
For all their bluff and bluster, men aren’t always as confident as they may seem.
Sure, they’re noisy, pushy and often far too boisterous for their own good, but it can take a lot of forced bravado – as well as a little imbibing – to get them to act that way.
So when they’re out there in the dating wild, men are looking for any sign of encouragement to indicate that it’s safe to make an approach.
And while many will be drawn to a woman who exudes a certain amount of confidence, there’s a fine line between self-assured and intimidating.
Next, once settled into a cozy corner, it’s important to continue to engage with your surroundings.