Thursday, December 4, 2014

Ellen dresses more Alpha than most Men - Why?

 
Ellen DeGeneres is an openly gay woman, and of the two primal identities (butch or fem), she presents more of a ‘butch’ image.

You could say that she instinctively understands that feminine w
omen are attracted to a distinctly masculine image. It’s a primal thing.

So Ellen wears jackets, shirts and pants rather than dresses… and she does it with a feminine expression of Alpha Styling.  Everything is simple, strong and functional, with an obvious quality,  and an understated elegance.


Most men on the other hand, tend to dress the way other men in their social group do. And these days that means long baggy-bum shorts, t-shirts with wording and some logo, a cap, and flip-flops   or sneakers.
 
But dressing like that doesn’t create a distinctly masculine look. In fact it’s more of a ‘little boy’ look. Most women don’t find it to be sexually attractive in any way, but that doesn’t seem to matter to most guys. As far as they’re concerned it’s more important that they fit-in with what other men are wearing.

But just because something is a trend doesn’t mean it’s right. And just because all your mates are wearing it doesn’t mean it’s right either.

Keep in mind that the fashion industry is always coming up with new ideas and variations of ideas… because that’s what keeps their business going. It suits them for you to blindly follow whatever pops into their heads.

So to avoid becoming a fashion victim, be selective when following trends, and focus on expressing your own version of Alpha Styling :

  • take a minimalist approach (little-to-no decoration)
  • highlight your best physical features (shoulders, chest, butt)
  • use dark and solid colours as the foundation of your wardrobe
  • make sure that everything you wear is simple, strong and functional.

It's a Primal Thing.
 

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