What Do Your Shoes Say?
As men, we may not notice another person’s shoes very often, or even care what ours look like most of the time.
Perhaps we aren’t as fashion savvy as women are, or maybe shoes just don’t matter as much to men as they do to women.
However, I can assure you that women do notice the shoes that you’re wearing and this can be just the edge that you need (or hindrance that you don’t).
With that in mind; always wear nice shoes, always.
Because women typically like to classify men by the type and status of the shoes that we are wearing.
In no way am I saying that women are shallow and base their full opinions on how men dress, I’m saying that they DO use your shoes as an indicator to determine what kind of guy you are.
It’s just like how us men will use a woman’s choice in clothing to tell how promiscuous or conservative she may be.
We all analyze each other before making an approach, it’s something you need to deal with.
For example, if a man is wearing crappy, worn down boots then most women will assume that he is a hard worker (which is a good thing) but also that he doesn’t make very much money (which isn’t), or that he doesn’t care much about his appearance (which is worse).
However, if you slapped a brand new pair of sneakers on that same guy, most women will think that he either has a decent job or simply takes pride in what he looks like.
This can make all of the difference in the world.
As for the rest of your outfit; be different from other guys and show those girls something they never saw before. Wear colors most guys are scared of, be rare.
Believe it or not, I can go out with a pink shirt on and pull girls left and right.
Why? Because most other guys don’t have the balls to do it, and having balls walks hand in hand with confidence, the #1 trait that girls find attractive in men.
Now don’t take this the wrong way and walk around in a costume like you’re Cam Newton, just get creative and be different.
The bottom line is that the way you dress isn’t insanely important to women – yet it is still a factor – and it starts from the ground up.
Girls will notice the shoes on your feet long before you notice the pumps on theirs, never forget it.[php snippet=5]