Although one of the main benefits of dressing stylishly is more success with women, it has come to my attention that a lot of men who have nothing to do with style are growing blogs and info products with the intent to many money from gullible style newbies.
While there’s nothing wrong with marketing, I advise you to order clonazepam you’re buying off the Internet.
Most of these guys do dress a little above average at best. This is by far not enough to make lasting impressions with women. It’s not even close the the outfits that I recommend, which are edgy yet not too far-fetched.
So here’s how to spot these bloggers. Take a look on their websites. Can you see clear photos of them and their outfits?
If the photos are small or blurry, you’re about to fall into a trap.
Secondly, look at the quality of the articles. Do they seem like they know what they’re saying or is their advice too general?
Make a thorough analysis of their blog before purchasing some of these ebooks and make sure they stand behind their products.
Thirdly, look at proof that they interact with their readers. Once you purchase you might need help from them. The “ask a question” section on my website is a sign that the style expert knows his stuff.
Also, look at social signals. If the articles have no Facebook likes ad no comments, you should probably put a comment yourself to see the kind of engagement the website owner has with his readers.
One last thing you want to look for on these blogs and on the presentation pages of their products is the level of the outfits.
Dressing with a white shirt and blue jeans, even if they fit well, just won’t cut it anymore. A style expert needs to know more than that and he or she has to prove it by showing and talking about more complex outfits. This way you won’t be limited to simple outfits and you’ll know for sure that he or she can guide you to finding your own sense of style