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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2008 6:00 pm 
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I usually like to dress up. I wear a button down with a nice pair of jeans or khakis and the final touch is a blazer. The blazer makes you look important and makes your shoulder look broader. I did this last night and walked through the mall and saw girls left and right looking. They seemed like guys trying to catch a glimpse without me noticing.

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 Post subject: Peacocking
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I once dressed like a Smurf, i`d come from a fancy dress party, i dyed myself blue with food dye and had a white smurf hat, blue shirt and white pants. I strolled straight into the club past stunned bouncers and patrons, not only was i the centre of attention all night but paid for no drinks and got felt up constantly by hb 1 to 10. Being an AFC i accomplished nothing though. what a waste.
Women love a 6`4 Smurf. Be sure you can handle the attention.


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what exactly is a blazer?


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The Brand79 wrote:
what exactly is a blazer?

Dinner jacket/sports coat etc


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 Post subject: My Peacock necklace
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I have recently been wearing a necklace (like most PUA's) that I actually made as a peacock item. Girls always LOOK, ASK, THEN TOUCH it. Works like a charm! Its really cool! If anyone is interested in it and wants one get ahold of me...I made it and am thinking about marketing it.
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findcoolclothes.com sells the same jacket Mystery wears and some other pretty outlandish stuff


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Slickz wrote:
Anyway to really come across while rockin school uniforms? The real baggy out shit really doesnt work for peacocking

think the hair should be wild? or kept maintainable


when i went to a catholic school we had to wear the uniform correctly
i would do what the rules are but for us we could hve whatever shoes or belt we wanted and socks. look for some loopholes in your dress code exploit rules and exploit them, be different. i wish i was still in HS cuz the women come easy! el oh ellll


i would switch it up on the hair every now and then


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My Basics:
I take into consideration that some woman are attracted to certain items whether it be shoes, cap/hats, pants or jeans, the dressy or relaxed, and the brand named items that are usually already known to the females.

Then there are the jewelry items: you do want the shine, just not to get all the gold diggers. An army band (brave), a championship ring (athlete), an item you won gambling (risk taker), or anything else that could pose as a possible story telling can really help you a lot if you're looking for some easy conversation.

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A "Lacoste" polo, blazer, shoes if I am setting up for something very stylish, comfortable and relaxed.

"Sean Jean" is a clothing brand name that i've been using as my outlet for flashy and comfortable items. If you've ever tried on a pair of Sean Jean Newtons before you know what I mean.

I like the Idea of dress shirts a lot here, but if you choose to wear one, please do yourself the favour of wearing some nice form fitting pants and maybe a blazer. If you're going to wear a tie, please don't dress yourself as a lower-class business job worker.. you're going for the powerfull, stylish seducer here. Best advice is to just loosten the f**k up and pop another button..haha. Be Fresh! >:D Dress Manly!!

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I like the idea of wearing muscle t-shirts. I like the idea of peacocking that I'm in shape and workout. I'll go for polos or tight shirts with nice designs on them


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something that works extremely well for my is the hair. its a pain in the ass to style. but my wing and I go to the strip club to do some sarging, and I'd estimate 90% of them mentioning my hair. thats alot of strippers fellas. more so that the fact that she is mentioning it, you don't even have to open. I use a C&F reply like

HB: "your hair is out of control... but i like it"

Me: "Oh, my hair.. is that why you've been staring at me all night" (with a confident smile, ofcourse)

and then run a routine.

[if you're wondering, i have longer hair. 3-4 inches or so. i straighten it. its kind of hard to describe, so it might be more help if i just post a pic. check it out <a href="http://s181.photobucket.com/albums/x255/stoptheskhatred/?action=view¤t=h.jpg" target="_blank">here. </a> I've been styling it like this for a few weeks now and its been working great ]

I get most comments for my hair, but a close second: my belts.

zumiez is the place to get these. white belts (because they stand out the most) with outlandish designs. my favorite has neon designs on it. scribbles, skulls... random shit. theres some volcom belts with wicked stripes. they work just as well.

belt buckles too.

other than that, i wear tighter pants, skate shoes. the whole punk rock/bad boy image.


hope this helps guys.

and i'm always open to feedback, if you guys have some. i'm constantly trying to improve my game. thanks


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i almost forgot two of the more important ones. sorry guys. haha


lip ring. lots of attention. probably the best 25 dollars i've ever spent.
remember it swells though, so its not a good last minute edge for sarging. you're gonna wanna get it when you have 3 or so days when you don't care about what your lip looks like. haha. mine isnt in the middle, its the side. (halfway between middle, and side of mouth) im not sure if it'd make a difference, because i've never had the middle pierced, but figured it was worth mentioning.

and.

well. this next one is peacock theory taken a little too far, i think.

I recently got a hello kitty tattoo on my ass. not middle of my ass, but right below belt line. (large quantities of alcohol were involved)

and even though i might feel like a dumbass for getting it. its actually worked out really really well. theres a few guys i've shown that don't like it, but i imagine thats the case with anything. for the most part though, its a hit. a big one. i'm not recommending you get it, if its something you'll regret. but, with a wing to bring it up (so you dont look like a pretentious cock) its led to some closes already.

mystery says be different... right? haha.

good luck guys.


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Okay well it all depends

Personally I've been picking up on how Kevin Pereira from AOTS dresses.
And I'm sure you most of you know who he is already.

Here's some pictures of him.

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But that's just me.
Really you can go with any style you want, copy a celeb, or MAKE YOUR OWN! Just remember to be congruent with it.
Try matching colors together and stuff too. If you're wearing a real bright saturated shirt, even it out with a dull color pants or something(basic color shceming).
From Pickuppodcast.com they said something about getting at least 1 really nice pair of jeans. Like Diesel or True Religion have good jeans(250$). But just lately I've found out that there's other companies that are stepping up their style and I think they're just as good as the realllyyy expensive kind. Like the new Levie Strauss jeans, they have some cool styles.(strauss, how ironic...LOL)

Or if you have some friend that is a girl that is very stylish talk to them. They LOVE shopping and will go with you to help you get cool cloths.

Has far as accessories go, it depends on the other things your wearing.
Go a head and get rings, cool sunglasses, necklaces, wristbands, watches.


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i dress up casually, i just wear a cool t-shirt over a button up (looks kinda cool) dry up my hair all crazy when i get out of the shower, and load up on bracelets on my arms, works well


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Idk if someone said this before me (honestly I didn't read all the posts on this thread, I just skimmed them) but you should check out Kinowear.com.

They have a lot of really useful articles on style for any piece of clothing you could think of (wristbands, jeans, shoes, shirts, jackets, shorts etc). The most useful is this one on personal style, and it talks about how you shouldn't buy clothing solely for it's label (Abercrombie, Hollister) because it doesn't set you apart as unique or original, but marks you as someone willing to pay a lot of money for brand name clothing that everyone wears. I highly recommend it.


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