Winner Wolf is the embodiment of masculine style. Picture by Peter Stultz.
When you dress like a winner it’s impossible not to get ahead. When you dress like a winner people will always notice you and they will always hold you in high regard which, if you dress like a winner daily, is where you deserve to be held.
Whether you are trying to get a job, trying to get clients, trying to get a date, getting lunch, or going about your daily errands it is always best to dress for success.
If the lazy, dirty occupy Wall Street hipsters would get a shave, get a haircut, put on a fresh, clean, modern, and fitting suit their opportunities would sky rocket. Everyone wants to do business with a winner.
No one wants to business with a dirty bum. Those in positions of power and authority take note of these things. They correctly observe that laziness in dress is a direct embodiment of laziness and apathy in life.
The other day I was in a local coffee shop doing some light reading and computer work. A very lazy and disgusting looking young woman entered the establishment. She had a fat caboose, she had dirty, ill-fitting clothing, old and decrepit shoes, dirty hair, she clearly did not wash her face.
Worst of all she was wearing a wool ski-cap on a day that was blazing hot. She sat down right next to me and I could no longer concentrate on my work and I had to leave. With only a little effort and change of attitude that beast could have turned into a pleasant young lady.
Later in the day I went to a local sporting goods shop to purchase some supplies. The young lady who worked there was a beautiful blonde who took great care of her skin, her hair and her nails, she watched her weight and figure, she was wearing appropriate form-fitting clothing, and she advertised her feminine confidence and charms with a big, bright shining smile.
She was a clean angel compared to the dirty devil I saw in the coffee shop. Since that day I have been thinking about both young women each day, for obviously different reasons, and I hold the beautiful blonde in high regard and I have no regard for the disgusting beast with the ski cap.
I see legions of men daily who wear ill-fitting garments and take no regard for style and showmanship. Rather than take much note of these men they are invisible to me, and surely to all other men who hold a high regard for appearance.
I will take no note of these men, other than a cursory glance, for they are screaming to the world that they are worth nothing. On the other hand I will always take notice in admiration of a man with kempt hair, upright posture and wearing handsome attire.
For all good positions in life you must be a salesman. You must advertise yourself. Whether you know it or not you are already advertising yourself. If you are dressed like a sloth you are advertising yourself as a sloth. It hardly matters what your abilities truly are, if you are dressed the part you are automatically assumed to be the part.
When you see a man in a fireman’s outfit you correctly assume that man to be a fireman. When you see a man in a tailored suit, cleanliness of face, hair and hands you correctly assume that man to be of some importance. When you see a man wearing an oversized, baggy t-shirt, baggy jeans, sandals, sporadic facial hair and a baseball cap you correctly assume that man to be no one of consequence.
It is one thing to go on vacation and wear shorts and a tank top. It’s one thing to make a run to the market or to the post office in lazy clothes. It is another thing altogether to go each and every day wearing garbage in place of fitting and proper clothing.
Good friends, take some pride in your appearance. Leave that “It’s what’s on the inside that counts” business to the dirty and unemployable.
Your outward appearance is a complete and total manifestation of your inward mindset, attitude and pride.
If you wish to be perceived as a man of value, start advertising yourself as a man of value.