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    Improving her style

    How do I do this without offending or supplicating?

    Don't get me wrong there's not much wrong with the way these women dress, it's not like they have bad dress sense, wear scruffy clothing or anything, it's just that when I'm out I see guys with women who dress really good and show off their bodies (Elegantly, not with T&A falling out) and I would kind of like some of the women I'm seeing to do likewise, they definitely have the bodies to do so.

    Most of these women are students so aren't exactly raking in the doe, however I could afford to buy them some new clothes but that would be supplicating, right?.

    Should I just straight up tell them or is this infact an inner game issue?

    ...or should I just approach higher value women?

    (My bad if this is in the wrong section).


    "Yeah I called her up. She gave me a bunch of crap about me not listening to her or something. I don't know, I wasn't really paying attention".

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    -I just figured she was a raging alcoholic.

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    I love shopping. I just bring my girls shopping with me. If you go to used clothing stores and thrift stores, the clothes won't be expensive. The trip is also more of an adventure that way, because you never know what you'll find. Don't just let her get more of the same. Suggest things to her that may be different from what she normally wears. When she objects to something you think would look good, encourage her to "at least try it on." Shopping with other people is more fun all around. You get a chance to influence her fashion, and she gets feedback about the clothes she's trying on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnightToF3 View Post
    I love shopping. I just bring my girls shopping with me. If you go to used clothing stores and thrift stores, the clothes won't be expensive. The trip is also more of an adventure that way, because you never know what you'll find. Don't just let her get more of the same. Suggest things to her that may be different from what she normally wears. When she objects to something you think would look good, encourage her to "at least try it on." Shopping with other people is more fun all around. You get a chance to influence her fashion, and she gets feedback about the clothes she's trying on.
    Thanks. I'll try it out and see how it goes.
    "Yeah I called her up. She gave me a bunch of crap about me not listening to her or something. I don't know, I wasn't really paying attention".

    -Why would she have you meet her in a bar at ten in the morning?
    -I just figured she was a raging alcoholic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnightToF3 View Post
    I love shopping. I just bring my girls shopping with me. If you go to used clothing stores and thrift stores, the clothes won't be expensive. The trip is also more of an adventure that way, because you never know what you'll find. Don't just let her get more of the same. Suggest things to her that may be different from what she normally wears. When she objects to something you think would look good, encourage her to "at least try it on." Shopping with other people is more fun all around. You get a chance to influence her fashion, and she gets feedback about the clothes she's trying on.
    I've found this to be ineffective. Shopping with her especially at thrift stores or outlet discount stores is definitely a fun adventure, but what will happen is she will have 50 different outfits for example and you will buy here 5 when you're with her. This will influence her fashion sense 10%.

    What I've found to be genuinely effective is to say the line from this thread (it's about half way down):

    http://www.theattractionforums.com/i...dominance.html

    Now only does this make her dress a certain way but it shows huge confidence so I use this often in comfort just to seem attractive. This is a very dodgy area because in the end she gets to decide what to wear. If you try to "control" it you'll come off like an ass, but there can be a nice relationship were you manage the way she dresses and she does it to please you.

    I told an Irish HB9 one time to come over dressed like a leprechaun and she loved it. Women really do enjoy being "dressed up" as long as you're cool about it.
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    what will happen is she will have 50 different outfits for example and you will buy here 5 when you're with her. This will influence her fashion sense 10%.
    This is very true, and not all of my attempts to influence girls' fashion have been successful. I cannot transform miss sweats+Tweety into miss haute couture. I screen for fashion sense. The girl who wears sweatpants when she goes out isn't going to get my attention. Shopping with a girl will only help if she has some idea of how clothing works to begin with.

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