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post #91 of 156
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post

Sure its not the pink top that's doing it?
Do I look like a guy that would wear a pink shirt? Its a manly lavender shirt.
post #92 of 156
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Originally Posted by mekato1 View Post

^^ that's some big loafers there.
Funny, Annette used to comment on that too.
post #93 of 156
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Originally Posted by PTWilliams View Post

Do I look like a guy that would wear a pink shirt? Its a manly lavender shirt.

Bro, you look like a guy who is game to wear any colour.
post #94 of 156
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post

Bro, you look like a guy who is game to wear any colour.
Really?
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post #95 of 156
Not trying to hate on you, PT, but posting on an internet forum of strangers quasi-revealing pictures of women that you have dated might be the least stylish thing I could possibly think of.
post #96 of 156
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Not trying to hate on you, PT, but posting on an internet forum of strangers quasi-revealing pictures of women that you have dated might be the least stylish thing I could possibly think of.


Even less stylish than a leather jacket made out of the mother fucking bill of rights?

 

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oh whom am I kidding. this is the most stylish thing I could think of. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

post #97 of 156
From my personal experience: Invest in shoes and make your existing clothes fit you. A proper fit and polished shoes go a long way.

As you are near Frankfurt, I would highly recommend stopping by Diehl und Diehl in Hochstrasse. One of the top 10 menswear stores worldwide. Great selection of amazing clothes and really great service. They carry EG, Saint Crispin's, C&J, Bontoni, Liverano Liverano, Sartoria Partenopea and much much more.
post #98 of 156
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Originally Posted by Balko Fricke View Post

Do you want to tell me that pickup is oh so useful? If it was I wouldn't ask here. But hey every guy says pickup was so awesome. These pu guys are everywhere on the internet. Style forum, martial arts forum I saw pickup followers even on a right-wing-minded forum

Are you a member?
post #99 of 156

OP is in the wrong forum. Everyone here is gay.

post #100 of 156
Thread Starter 

PTWilliams, how do you open on the street without a neg?

post #101 of 156
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post

Sure its not the pink top that's doing it?

It's was mostly likely the way he was standing. The clothes had nothing to do with it.
post #102 of 156
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Originally Posted by Balko Fricke View Post

PTWilliams, how do you open on the street without a neg?
"I am painfully shy, and my therapist requires me to introduce myself to the most attractive woman I see each day" (What makes this work is that it becomes obvious I am not painfully shy after a few minutes)
"You're dressed really well, not so many women make the effort these day, nor men for that matter. I notice these things because I participate in a men's fashion forum" (I actually do use this)
"Do you know SpooPoker? He gets all his fashion inspirations from me" (If I ever turn gay, I'll use this one)
"Hi girls, how are you doing today?"
"Nice shoes, did you go out for dinner?" (most useful while waiting for a BART train)"
"You have a suitcase, off to the airport?" (met Anna this way)
"Would you actually hang any of this art in your own home?" (art gallery, unfortunately once I said it to the gallery owner).
"How's your day been? I've been writing all day and its nice to get out" (At a bar)
"I know what you're thinking, I'm colored blind. No I actually chose this outfit"
"You see these jeans, they're actually womens. I belong to a men's fashion forum and there was actually a thread from some guy whos girlfriend bought him a pair. I guess that makes me a cross-dresser"

Not sure if the introduction is all that important. I just try to come across friendly and not on the make. Also, I will tend to put my hand on a woman briefly to emphasize a point, women do this in talking to eachother. I had a guy do this to me and he wasn't gay, strange.

Finally, I am every other guys wingman. If some guy is talking to a girl I know, I'll praise his virtues, and if there is some guy standing by himself and he seems like a nice guy, I'll ask his name and take him over to meet some girls. I figure we're all in this together, and another man's gain is not necessarily my loss. I think girls appraciate guys who just aren't just out for themselves.
Edited by PTWilliams - 7/1/12 at 8:00pm
post #103 of 156
A woman looking at a well dressed man will probably think to herself that "he's a well dressed man". Well dressed gay or heterosexual men will probably wear the same clothes. A gay man dressing in a very flamboyantly gay way (big puffy shirt, assless leather chaps with a leather vest) or a man dressed in a flamboyantly heterosexual way (wife beater, Walmart jeans made into cut-off shorts, or shitty J Crew khakis several sizes too large) cannot be considered well dressed.

This is Styleforum where people post questions and seek advice. From the advice given and style opinion offered, it is near impossible to tell who is gay or straight.

No woman will look at a well dressed man and think that because he is well dressed he may be gay and therefore not worth talking to. Am I the only person who detects slight homophobia in the OP? And while being well dressed may make you appear attractive and non-threatening, all bets are off when you open your mouth. From some of the rants, bragging and confrontational language, I sense desperation. I wish you luck in your endeavor to pick up fashion aware women off the street.
post #104 of 156
But we all do get checked out by gays a lot. ^^
post #105 of 156
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post

But we all do get checked out by gays a lot. ^^

Yea, it gets kind of annoying.
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