This one is inspired by a blogger I like.
He’s one of those “dreaded” pickup artists.
While you may not like everything about those guys?
They know a LOT you can benefit from.
One very real area where these guys can usually help you is in the area of how you go about presenting yourself. When Shakespeare said “all the world’s a stage” he was thinking about this aspect of your love life.
The stage of course is the marketplace.
The environment where you meet girls.
The very first thing they notice about you unfortunately?
It’s how you dress!
How you dress not only impacts whether or not a girl will give you the time of day. It also has a direct impact on the type of girl who will notice you.
When it comes to fashion?
There is more than one way to go about things.
Are you a suit and tie kind of guy?
Or do you sport a leather jacket and blue jeans?
What you need to understand is that there are different stereotypes you can draw upon to represent yourself. What you want to do is explore these and figure out what is really YOU.
The point of the fashion game?
It is never to pretend things.
The goal is still to be who you are.
But present the best version you can of you.
When I first got into the fashion game, I just did what the image consultants told me. I indicated what I was trying to achieve, and then had them do their thing for me.
In my case who did I want to meet?
Girls in various age ranges.
I’m not averse to girls my age.
But I’ve had great relationships with younger girls too.
Over time what you will find, is you’ll develop your own style and feel about you. Once you’ve let the experts help you get your feet on the ground, you’ll be free to play with things.
Bottom line is eventually?
How you dress won’t be much of an issue.
Once you’ve got your confidence on?
You can really do anything you want to!
What do you say guys? Is it time to get out there and get some real advice so you can start to stand out with your best qualities, or are you going to continue whining that girls just don’t notice you?
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