“But you’re not gay, right?”
I genuinely laughed, those cute freshman girls had no idea who they were dealing with.
Then one of them reached for my cardigan to close the bottom button, which of course was met by my not so subtle “unless afterwards you plan on opening my belt, I’d leave the cardigan’s button open”, said with a sly smile.
Despite the fun nature of this exchange, it had me on alert – it was the second time I was asked if I was gay that evening and even though the first interaction was even more amusing after a woman from our group, whom I’ve slept with, jumped in to answer that question with a “definitely, very not gay! I can vouch for that!” it still meant that something in my look is not right.
More specifically, I made three epic mistakes when dressing for a night out and despite my outfit being very stylish (even more than usual), it was sending the wrong message and creating the wrong image.
Few weeks ago I prepared an article on how to create your own “I’m getting laid tonight look”, one that WILL make you look hot, if executed to a point.
Today, I would like to expand on that piece and share 5 biggest mistakes you can make when doing that.
In this article I’ll assume that you’re no longer a complete beginner and have a basic understanding on how clothes should fit you and how to wear and coordinate colors. If that’s something you’re still not comfortable with make sure to check the following articles before moving forward (really, it won’t matter how well planned your outfit is if you haven’t mastered the basics yet.)
Tell me, when you go out do you feel like the hottest action in town and notice women regularly checking you out?
If not, read on because you’re likely making at least one of the 5 epic mistakes.