- Aug 28, 2018
I'm consider to hire a stylist who can advise me how to dress properly to seduce girls. The only problem I have that I have to choose between a male or female. What would you do?
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I used to browse RMRS articles and Antonios videos a lot. He is a good guy.Complete waste of money. If you want style advice that's actually good, the best place to start is with 3 youtube channels.
These guys are all high profile personal stylists themselves. There's tons of other youtube channels, blogs, sites for style and how to dress. But paying a personal stylist is an awful waste of money bro. Money better spent on the clothes themselves, which you'll learn about fully from these 3.
- Alpha M: https://www.youtube.com/user/AlphaMconsulting - Best all around style that works for any age. This will fit most people, because Aaron focuses on key, very classic, basic and clean style that will ALWAYS look good. The essentials, if you will. Nothing too bold, nothing too fancy. My favourite of the 3.
- TMF: https://www.youtube.com/user/Teachingmensfashion - Also fantastic, yet I feel it's more geared towards teens, becuase Jose himself is in his 20s. Still completely solid though, as I'm 18 myself.
- Real Men Real Style: https://www.youtube.com/user/RealMenRealStyle - Formal style. Suits, formal dressing, no one does it better than this guy. It's my least favourite because it's the least applicable to me. This is best if you work in an office or another formal place, or if your life requires you to dress very formally on a regular basis.
PS. You'll notice these guys also give life tips, girl advice, and shit like that. It's okay, but it's all pretty bluepill stuff. Where they shine is style, grooming, even their fitness is okay if you want to gymmaxx (but there's better sources). A lot of their videos are sponsored, which can get annoying, but a lot of the brands they advertise are actually pretty solid if you have the money for them. Notably Tiege Hanley, Aaron's skincare brand, which indeed makes skincare pretty simple as it states.