“It’s too confusing”
“I have no idea what looks good on me”
“Stephen, I don’t know where to begin!”
For many guys, thinking about fashion and style often feels like trying to solve a massive, indecipherable riddle. They are confused, don’t know where to begin and have no idea what is important and what isn’t.
Faced with this sort of puzzle, most men simply turn off their brains and convince themselves that “it’s not that important”
Well…it IS important.
Not nearly as important as many other things, but creating an empowering and attractive “look” is definitely on the list of things to handle as you improve with women and dating.
Your fashion and style choices can serve your success, or work against you. All you need to do is follow some simple guidelines to insure the former is the case.
On this week’s podcast, I will cover the basics of WHY it’s important and then offer 5 specific tips on what exactly to do, buy or eliminate in your wardrobe to get you moving in the right direction.
When it comes to attracting women and improving your dating life, your “look” or personal style DOES need some focus. Not too much, not too little.
This is exactly what you’re going to learn on this podcast:
- WHY focusing on this, even just a little, is so important with women given what it subcommunicates to them, often unconsciously
- What specific items you MUST have in your wardrobe (there are about 15 or so)
- The easiest thing to do today that will dramatically improve your look
- An abiding principle to follow once you handle the basics with your wardrobe
If you’re a guy who feels even the slightest bit “lost” when it comes to designing your “look”, then this podcast is going to help you a lot.
Alan Flusser’s Classic Men’s Style Guide: Dressing the Man: Mastering the Art of Permanent Fashion
Esquire’s 2015 Men’s Fashion Guide: The Biggest Black Book Ever
My favorite men’s shirt: Mizzen & Main
Awesome undershirts & underwear: Icebreaker
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