If you aren’t at a black tie event and you are wearing a bow tie, you are most likely either a pretentious asshole or a fabulous gay man. Either way, no woman will want to sleep with you.
Whenever I meet a guy I immediately check out his watch and his shoes- both are very reflective of the person’s personal style. And let me tell you, most women do the same (if not both, then one of the two). Bottom line: your watch and shoes matter. One watch that I love that is currently on the market is the Mougin & Piquard for J.Crew Grande Seconde watch available in cream (pictured right) and black. I typically prefer watches with metal bands, as leather bands seem a bit old, but this watch is classic and sexy and looks much more expensive than it’s $425 retail price. This is a great summer or year-round watch that makes the statement that you are accomplished, confident and someone I need to know.
To buy the watch, visit J.Crew
Men, you don’t seem to understand what a man in a well-fitted suit does to us women. You know how you feel when you see a beautiful woman in perfectly tight white pants or a dress that is cut just low enough to show off a little more than the curve of her breasts? Yea, you know. Well that is how women feel when they see a man in a well-fitted, nice suit. Now I’m not talking about only high-end, Armani-level suits. The key isn’t the name brand or quality of the fabric- although both are nice and don’t hurt – the key is how it is tailored to fit your body. And no, you don’t have to have a gym-5-days-per-week body to pull off a tailor-fitted suit. That is the beauty of a suit, if it is tailored correctly it makes you look like you have a better, stronger, taller body than you actually have. American men tend to shy away from having clothing be too fitted or tight, but I’m telling you, it will help your cause! I always joke that you can tell a man’s age by how his suit fits (at least in NYC). The guys in their early to mid 20’s wear suits that aren’t tailored nearly enough (or at all), and the suit is always too big and ill fitting. Most likely their mothers bought it for them for their college graduation and their fathers never explained to them that they needed to then go get it tailored. Men in their late 20’s then realize they need to have their suits tailored, but are afraid to wear them too “tight” so the suits are still slightly too loose. Then men in their 30’s seem to realize (or should) the importance of a well-fitted suit; they realize by wearing a suit you are demonstrating that you’re a MAN and all that implies – power, money, sex. It turns us women on- a lot! Now this applies to all forms of a suit. My friends and I will always say how sexy it is when we see a man in a bar whose wearing suit pants and a shirt with rolled-up sleeves and no tie. We know you were wearing a suit earlier that day and are winding down. Believe me, any woman with any taste, loves a man with a nice suit. Now I know suits costs a lot, even for non-designer brands, but in NYC there are plenty of places that offer great deals. A great place to buy a suit at a reasonable price is My Suit. You can get custom-made suits here, tailored to your measurements for around $500. For those who can afford a higher-end make and brand, go to Mr. Porter. So go, buy a suit and get it tailored to fit you perfectly!
Pictures coming soon…