How To Develop A Personal Style

So are you new to this site and just recently decided that your current fashion style isn’t going to help you get the women you deserve? Then this article was written for you. Do you already dress fairly decently but want to make a radical change in your style and dress in a totally different way than you do now? Then this article was written for you to. Even if you’re already happy with your current style of dress, I ask you to look my article over and maybe you’ll find something in it that’ll help you improve your fashion sense a little bit. Everything I’ve written in here is based upon the actions that I personally took two years ago to renovate my wardrobe, and I’ve done my best to structure it in a way that it doesn’t feel like I’m telling you that there is only one style of dress that a player can wear, so hopefully every reader can find something in here to help them out, irregardless of personal tastes or local fashion scenes.

Before I start I’d like to thank David DeAngelo’s Double Your Dating and The Player’s for providing the initial inspiration for my guide that I’m outlining.

First you need to decide exactly who you want your clothing style to appeal to.

Think now carefully about what exactly what sort of women you want to attract with your new wardrobe. Do you want artsy girls, athletic tomboys, preppy chicks, classy ladies or any other type of woman you meet on adultfrinendfinder? Get a clear mental picture what your idea of a dime would look like, how she’d dress and where you think you’d be likely to find her. I recommend you take the time now to jot down any and all thought you have about who she is, since having a clear and concise list will make some of the later steps easier.

What men do the sort of women you outlined earlier find attractive?

Now think about your dream girl and ask yourself, what male celebrities does she find attractive? Search through some lists of possible men that you think would turn on the kind of girls that you’d call dimes, and come up with two or three guys whose natural looks already look similar to yours. What I mean is that If you’re a skinny white kid, please for the love of god don’t pick 50 Cent as one of your role models for fashion. These guys that you pick out can be actors, musicians, characters on tv shows or even people you know personally. All that matters is that they are guys who are universally accepted by the type of women you’re interested in as attractive.

Determine what makes their appearance appeal to women.

Search through archives of photos, Google their name or do whatever you need to to get a small gallery of your couple of fashion role models together. Now go through all the pictures you have of these men and see what common trends each man has going through all his various outfits, and what elements he wears in all of the photos you find for him. Notice things such as does he wear bold colors or more subdued, earthly tones? Is most of his clothing loose or is it form fitting? Is his hair kept neatly combed or does it have a slight tasseled or messy look? These are just a few of the points you should take note of when you’re looking through each the personal styles of the celebrities you picked out.

Pick and choose what elements of your chosen style would look good on you.

Now here’s the important part- you don’t want to copy any one full wardrobe from one of the guys you picked, because then you’d look like just another rip off of him. Instead you pick and choose little bits and pieces of their clothing style that you think would suit you and combine them into good looking outfits. What I mean is that rather than going out and buying the exact same clothes that some actor wore in your favorite movie, what you want to do is decide which one individual piece of clothing makes that particular outfit awesome, and find something similar to that that you can incorporate into your own personal style. An example would be taking a style of parts and shoes similar to those worn by your favorite actor in a movie, a shirt close to that worn by your favorite artist on the cover of his new album and getting your hair cut so it looks kinda like the guy who’s dating that knockout female celebrity that you always wish you could score and combining them all into an outfit that you’d wear. This should hopefully make sure that you don’t come off looking like a clone of any of the above guys, but still seem like you have an astute sense of fashion.

Find out what works and doesn’t work for you.

Now that you’ve come up with a few possible outfits, there’s one crucial step you need to do before you go out and buy all these things and wind up blowing a ton of money and clothes that look like shit on you. You need to find out what elements of style will complement your body, and which elements will clash with your natural appearance. A few examples that you should know is that there are certain patterns that can make you look wider or taller than you actually are (whether or not that’s a good thing is up to you to decide) and also that depending on your skin tone and hair color certain colors will clash with your body’s natural looks and will not flatter you at all. I personally avoid bright oranges and reds because they look horrible on me since I have red hair. What looks good on one person may look like shit on another, so keep that in mind when you go shopping. You can find out all the information you need to know on this by doing a quick Google search, or by going to two of my favorite websites for fashion advice, askmen or gq.

Now it’s time to go shopping.

When you go to pick out clothes, you need to have specific outfits in mind. You already know what specific elements you want (based off of what you’ve studied from the male celebrities you picked out) as well as what patterns and styles will compliment your body best, so now all you have to do is create outfits using pieces that fit both the above criteria. When I say build outfits, I mean that before you buy any new piece of clothing you need to think about the other clothes you already have that’ll match it. If for example you find a pair of shoes that you think look amazing on the shelf, you need to think carefully about how they’ll look with your other clothes and whether or not it’ll match anything you already own. If you know that it’s only going to match one or two of your outfits, then you really need to consider whether or not it’s worth the price. That’s why all white sneakers are so popular on this forum- they can match almost any casual attire. A final tip I’ve got about creating outfits is that you need to learn what colors compliment each other, so that you can make the outfit out of colors from the same groups that’ll form a great scheme.

Once you’ve got your new wardrobe formed, you’ll need to keep your style fresh.

Here’s the easy part. Now that you’ve got yourself a good basis for your fashion, you’ll need to pay attention to the trend setters in Hollywood, London, New York and all the other cities that are known for being ahead of the curve when it comes to fashion. You can do this by regularly visiting websites that carry news about the fashion world, subscribing to magazines or just keeping a sharp eye out for popular trends in movies and music. When you see something being worn by a famous celebrity that catches your eye, decide if it would compliment your style and go out and grab it if it does.

That’s about all I’ve got for now, and I hope my guide will help out somebody on these boards. The thing you’ve got to know about fashion sense is that you can just fake it till you make it, since a well dressed man looks good whether he picked his clothes out all by himself or if he just went for what his favorite music artist wears.


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