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If you want to attract beautiful, high quality women, you better know how to dress. Think about it, one of the factors that make her beautiful is the way she dresses. Attractive women know how to pick clothes that show off their figure. Now I’m not saying you should follow the latest fashion trends or spend thousands on designer labels. But she won’t think very highly of you If she sees you don’t have a clue about how to put together a decent outfit.
First off, learn how to color coordinate. There are certain colors that compliment each other very well. Then there are other colors that scream “dork” when worn together. For example black and grey works great together. Green and brown, not so much. You’ll look like a tree. Do a little research and look around to see what works and what catches your eye.
Next step is to make sure everything is nice and clean. Wear an outfit at the max twice then throw it in the laundry. Get rid of all stains. Don’t wear clothes that are wrinkly unless you’re going for a specific “messy” look. Learn how to iron clothes properly. Don’t be the guy with 2 creases going down the front of his dress pants. Women appreciate you paying attention to the small details. Read the rest of this entry »
Thinking of designing your own wedding dress? It may seem daunting but it can end up being cost-effective and a way to get the exact, unique dress of your dreams. You need to think very carefully before embarking on this route, however, and do a lot of research. It may be that you simply can’t find the right dress for you in your local bridalwear shops, or are after something that is difficult to buy off-the-peg – so commissioning a handmade wedding dress is the way to go for you!
Firstly, work out what you are after – scour wedding magazines and websites to find the style and design that you absolutely love. It may be that you are mixing and matching several aspects of wedding dresses, or going for something that is not traditional, like a medieval or Gothic or Victorian style etc. The wonderful thing about designing your own wedding dress is that you can create something perfectly suited to your personality and style – just make sure that the fit and cut of the dress you are after suits your body shape. Think about:
- The general style (A-line, empire, ballgown, bodice and skirt, retro, vintage, sheath etc)
- The length
- The train (if any)
- The straps/sleeves (if any)
- The fabric
- The colour Read the rest of this entry »