Mens dating guide
Remember that it is still a dress code and you need to follow the dos and don’ts to pull off your look seamlessly.
Semi formal lies somewhere in between formal and informal dress code and is often worn to events like dinner parties and weddings.
Contrary to the popular belief, semi formal is quite easy to follow.
When I first start working with clients, I always get pushback when I utter the next sentence, but they later admit I was right when they’re getting complimented all the time.
1) Crack the photo code once and for all “You don’t have to be really good-looking; you just have to seem interesting,” says L. No bar shots (drinking as an avocation is not attractive), no pets (not sexy), no cars (not a chick thing), no ski goggles or sunglasses (they block your face), no selfies (8% fewer clicks), no topless photos (nudity gets half the clicks), and no grins (women click more on prideful poses—think raised head, puffed-up chest).
2) Ninja trick: Have a pal shoot you in a few 30-second videos Goof around—you’ll look more natural and less posed, and because you’re shooting so many images, it’ll be easy to find the perfect one.
The image below has sleeves that are perfectly hitting the right place and hugging the arm to perfection.
You also don’t want there to be bunch of slack or room around the bicep, either. 🙂The shirt should end somewhere between upper to mid crotch.
Also, girls feel less threatened when a guy isn’t looking directly at the camera, studies show.