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post #46 of 56
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I condemn your misogony.


- B

Your condemnation would only be an honor.
post #47 of 56
Better: Make Her Feel Insecure And Nail Her.
post #48 of 56
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Originally Posted by oroy38 View Post
That's the last thing we need. If we listened to the majority of women's opinions about how we should dress, we'd all be wearing square toed kenneth coles, black suits, and ed hardy t-shirts. This site is about dressing to SF-Groupthink standards, not women's.

You are speaking to the wrong women then.
post #49 of 56
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Originally Posted by chrisb0109 View Post
You are speaking to the wrong women then.

I'm a college student. Luckily my girlfriend appreciates the way I dress.
post #50 of 56
Thanks for your message, it was interesting to check out the other two. We are all very different I see; I don't aspire to provide the (mostly female) services of ILooOK and my male clientele are more interested in style than what's "in" today. MensImageConsultant is an excellent company, however, again, my angle is the woman's perspective. There is a good deal of carryover in Image Consulting into the social realm, and that is where it has been a significant benefit.
That we are different makes us all more interesting, right?
post #51 of 56
i would never dress down to accommodate others , ill just dress up as i want lol
post #52 of 56
I went out on a tango date to a fancy ballroom and my date was wearing a plain top, sneakers and jeans. I suggested we just stay home. Such are the times, I guess.
post #53 of 56
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Originally Posted by westinghouse View Post
The smart guy with the hot blonde dresses like Tony Soprano and laughs at the guys who try too hard.


My girlfriend is usually decked out in A&F. So as always, I'm always better dressed than her when we go out. She doesn't dress very well, I wish she did, but I like her how she is.
post #54 of 56
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Originally Posted by poorsod View Post
A man can be dressed well but shouldn't upstage the date. Unless he doesn't care for a second date.

I agree 100 percent with this about you should never really try to outshine a woman in the fashion department. I am speaking from personal experience I love dressing up and usually am that guy over dressed at the bars or out with his friends, but I out dressed this woman on our first date and she took notice of it and now she is currently my girlfriend of 2 years. so i will agree with the first response its subjective and depends on the woman you are going on the date with. Hope this helps.
post #55 of 56
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Originally Posted by AnnSOS View Post
Lear, Delighted to lend a hand, and BTW, I have NEVER recommended square toed KC shoes, black suits and Ed Hardy! Here's an idea; I offer a free virtual consult, you fill out a brief questionnaire, (include what kind of place you are going to Sat eve) send in a couple pics (like what you are gong to be wearing on Saturday eve) and I 'll give you my impression in a phone call back. I don't know your age, but I don't usually work with "kids" so I'm likely to give an opinion suitable for an adult. (Hence the E. Hardy avoidance). My direct email is ann@sosformen.com if you would like to try it.
Thanks AnnSOS, but I'm now beyond the point of no return. A reverse form of transmogrification has already taken place here. I doubt that after tomorrow night I'll ever look back. In fact, I'll probably wonder how I ever came to doubt myself at all. However, you know how after cleaning your vintage 1938 Bugatti Roadster, the paintwork is clean and bright but still missing a certain something? You know how after you've summoned up so much spittle to clean your boots that you're left half a stone lighter? Well that's how I feel about my blind date seduction jacket. It is indeed magnificent, but still missing a certain something. Maybe a pocketsquare and/or scented rose for the lapel is needed. Whatever it is, I'm sure I'll be able to figure it out. Thanks again Lear (fully formed & ready to fly the sartorial nest)
post #56 of 56
For some reason, people like to falsely claim that this company is run by women. It is not and never will be.
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