Since cute is easier to achieve, most women need to focus on building their confidence to look sexy.
I’m so tired of Black people pulling the race card when things aren’t going there way.
The cute girls are the same ones who want to look sexy but don't, the same ones that are dismayed by my "cute" compliments.
There isn't some kind of natural inability holding them back; it is their state of mind, and then also (following from their mindset) their presentation: Of course, you will only realize that you can pull off heels, or a tight dress, or a certain hairstyle if you do pull it off.
So you need to put thought into what you are attempting.
If you are overweight, a tiny cocktail dress probably isn't for you - though I'd actually be liberal about making this decision (tighter = hotter even for girls that are slightly overweight).
Once the mindset exists, the clothes follow naturally, or at least easily.
I routinely see very concrete things that sexy girls are doing or wearing, but cute girls are not.
To one degree or another, all women want to turn heads and make men's jaws hit the floor; and they know that "cute" doesn't elicit this kind of reaction.
But growing up, most girls are not given the freedom to dress or act in a provocative manner, so they don't get to "practice" looking sexy.
You can probably imagine a sexy woman dressed in cute clothes, or vice-versa (imagine the cute Megan Fox on the right holding herself like and making the same expression as the sexy Megan Fox on the left - it would still be sexy, even without the tight dress and wild hair).
In order to achieve that look, you must adopt the associated personality characteristics.