How To Develop Our Style

How To Develop Our Style

How To Develop Our Style

How To Develop Our Style

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How To Develop Our Style

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Does it really matter how we dress and what we look like when we are learning how to attract women? Surely it’s what’s on the inside which is more important and about who we are as a person.

While this is true, the clothes we wear can indicate so many things about our personality.  A picture paints a thousand words and so can our style.

Would we prefer to have our wardrobe working for us or against us?

How To Develop Our Style #1: First Impressions

Being aware of first impressions is critical because we instinctively make a lot of subconscious assumptions about someone within the first few seconds of meeting them.

Everything about us tells a story, from our shoes to our hair and even the accessories we wear like our belt and our jewellery, and it’s all relevant when we are learning how to start a conversation with a girl.

Our style is like our personal advertising billboard, so what do we want to say it to say to the world?

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How To Develop Our Style #2: Our Style

I’ve found that it’s much more important to go for a look which suits our personally rather than because we think that women like it.

And by choosing a style which is congruent to our character, we are more likely to feel confident and really “own it”.

A great way to do this is by looking at other people and making a note of what we think looks good. Fashion websites like ASOS and Zalando are also very useful resources for checking out a variety of different looks.

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How To Develop Our Style #3: Polarise

Whether the style we go for is ‘the dapper gentleman’, ‘the edgy rock star’ or anything else, if we commit to it 100% we are more likely to polarise opinions.

We teach on our pick up artist courses that some women may hate it, but lots of women will probably love it. And that’s got to be better than sitting on the fence and having no-one really notice either way.

From my experience I have found that women are attracted to guys who are not afraid to express themselves and we can use our style to do that without even saying a word.

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