Men dress by how their perceived in the world. For the well-dressed man, style communicates a position in society. The male ego is very much invested in getting people’s respect; both in the boardroom and the bedroom. When a man leaves the house, he’s not thinking about how his body looks in his jeans. He’s thinking, “do these jeans make me look badass?” He’s thinking about how his clothes are going to get him the respect he’s going for when he goes into the workplace, or on a date. Men want to be well-received whether it’s on a job interview, or a date.
How To Dress To Attract The Right Relationship.
For this blog post, I’m gonna talk to men who want to attract and keep the woman of their dreams. If you’re reading this, and are looking for a same-sex relationship, or have another expression of sexuality, just swap the gender pronoun for the one that works for you. This post is written in a straight narrative, but can be applied for masculine and female dominant energy types. We all have both. If your energy in a relationship is masculine, then you’ll use this post to take the lead. If you’re energy is dominantly feminine in relationships; use this post for knowing who you’re really attracted to. These dressing types are helpful for any masculine/feminine energy in any relationship, regardless of sexuality.
Gain Clarity On The Type Of Woman You Want To Date.
Some of my clients have struggled with finding well-fitted clothes. Obviously, there’s a tactical solution here, but not being able to tell if something fits right also has a deeper psychological correlation. A closet full of clothes that don’t fit, also shows up in your love life looking like dating people who also are not a good fit.
When you’re wearing clothes that don’t fit it creates cognitive dissonance. Gain clarity on the type of romantic relationship that suits you best, and then check your wardrobe to make sure you’re wearing clothes that fit the kind of woman you’re looking to date. To attract the right romantic partner for you, and keep them, you need to be clear on the kind of woman you want in your life, and dress to attract that woman.
5 Dressing Types To Attract The Right Relationship.
Most people fall into one of five dressing types. If you meet someone, and learned about their likes/dislikes, lifestyle, work, etc., then it’s pretty easy to see which group you fall into. Find your dressing type below, and get a wardrobe that matches who you are. Identify which type of woman you most want to date, then build your wardrobe to attract that kind of person. Here are 5 common dressing types.
The Outdoor/Sportsman Type:
This is gonna be pretty clear out the gate. This is the man or woman who you can find at the sports bar, and talks about their favorite sport with little to no encouragement. There are two kinds of sportsmen. The ones who are the spectators, and the ones who are the active sportsmen. The active sportsman are the ones who like to play the sports. Their the ones who talk about their love of tennis, and actually play it. When dressing for this type, think about polos and rugby looks, sneakers, jerseys, baseball hats, things that you would wear to a tennis match, but no need to go out and buy a racket if you have two left feet on the court. Wear the clothes that reflect the style. Old school Abercrombie & Fitch or sportswear.
The Sophisticated Type:
This man or woman is an individual of many interests. They’re aware of everything that’s in. They read the month’s best sellers. They know the head waiter at all the best restaurants, and prides themselves on good taste and being a perfectionist. They’re an articulate and entertaining conversationalist. They’re attracted to someone who is interested in the things that they are. This type has two subtypes. The Super Sophisticate subtype is the one with subdued elegance; so anything overdone, too noisy, or too anything is out. The second subtype is The Good Time Charlie. They’re the eternal one who never wants to grow old. They’re extroverted in every way and wears clothes that look and feel young.
The Shy, Conservative Type:
This type has a quiet, un-assumed manner. They’re soft spoken and typically wears solid color neck-ties, has definite opinions, and will never proposition you on the first date. This type looks for conservatism in your wardrobe. They shy away from plunging necklines, baring too much skin, and anything too sexy or sultry in materials like black lace, leather, or hosiery. This person wants to see you looking like a lady or gentleman. Perhaps a little on the plain side. Loud plaids and bold colors shock them, so does loud laughter and risqué jokes. They like inconspicuous clothing, introverted in color, design, and pattern. Stick to the classics, and you’ll attract them.
The Far-Out Intellectual Type:
This type is all about avant-garde ideas and art. They delight in wearing exotic, modern prints, exotic color combinations, unusual handmade jewelry, and anything artistic and off-beat. Conservatism is just plain boring to them, so don’t be square. They go for pop art, op art, and modern ballets.
The Successful Executive Type:
This is everyone’s dreamboat. They didn’t get to where they are by goofing off or waiting for things to happen. This is a very definitive person. Someone who knows what they like, what they don’t like, and makes fast decisions. They are impeccably neat, extremely well-organized, and simply cannot handle a sloppy, lazy, disorderly partner. They will expect you to be immaculate always. Your wardrobe should express luxury without ostentation. They respect quality in investments, and in clothing.
WHAT TO DO NEXT:
Create a Pinterest board for your ideal dressing type. Example: My Shy, Conservative Woman. Pin looks, outfits, lingerie, hairstyles, work looks, etc. of the person you’re attracted to and most want to date. Then, create a second board called My Ideal Wardrobe, and pin clothing items that match the style of your dressing type. Don’t filter yourself, or judge your desires and preferences. Give yourself permission to like what you like. Let it be a creative process. When you’re done; shop accordingly.