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     >> Personal Appearance Rev 2.0 – Look the Part

          >> Dress for Success - Fashion Ensemble 101

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Dress for Success – Fashion Ensemble 101
So far in this section, I’ve covered everything related to personal hygiene – which essentially constitutes a midlife bachelor’s most basic outward appearance both to women, and to the world at large.   While proper hygiene is necessary and critical – it still represents only half of someone’s appearance.   The other half is your ensemble … what you are wearing … your clothes, your shoes, your jewelry, etc.   You can have the best hygiene in the world, but if your clothes look like hell, then you will not live up to your full midlife dating potential!   If instead you are well-dressed, not only will you feel better about yourself – but you will also likely attract more attention from women than you otherwise would.   No midlife bachelor makeover can possibly be complete without a fashion update – so please keep this in mind … it is THAT important!

Clothes define the man – they tell the world in two seconds who it’s dealing with.   Think about it – who is likely to be noticed and automatically treated better:  the guy in a cheap t-shirt and old jeans, or the guy in a suit?  That’s an extreme example – and I’m not advocating that you go out and buy a bunch of suits to wear when you are out scamming on women.   No – the point was the clothes can make a huge difference.    What you need to figure out is what type of threads make YOU look good, and also match up with your personality and lifestyle.   Once you’ve got your own “look” figured out, you can then proceed to go out and purchase some new clothes (and shoes, and maybe even some jewelry) to bring your overall appearance together.

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The Midlife Bachelor Personal Makeover
   Personal Appearance Rev 2.0 – look the part!
          Personal Hygiene 101
            Hygiene Challenges I've Seen
                Teeth
                Hair
                Balding?
                Facial hair
                Facial complexion
                Finger nails and toe nails
                Overall cleanliness
                Cologne and deodorant
                Body hair
                Pubic hair
          Dress for Success – Fashion Ensemble 101
                New Clothes – Formal, Casual, or Somewhere in Between?
                Shoes, Socks, and Belt
                Jewelry
          Fat and Happy?  What about Weight?
   Attitude Adjustment / Mental Makeover Rev 2.0
         Bad Karma / Good Karma
         Makeover Message – Spread Good Karma
                Recognize the good in everything and everyone
                Not complain but rather find solutions
                Try to smile, and say something positive
                Remain calm in dramatic situations
                Don’t appear cheap
         The Dangers of Insecurity
            Nervous
            Failure to look a woman in the eyes
            Constantly asking a woman out
            Calling too often
            Being too nosey
            Stalking
            Assuming too much about the status of a relationship
         Avoid the Ruts
                The No Date rut 
                The Wrong Girlfriend rut
         Know when to Talk and When to Listen
            Get her talking about what she is interested in
            Don't talk too much about yourself
         Learn from Others and from Yourself