My first “real” job was an entry level position in a contact center – I was one of a few dozen young people who sat in a large office floor taking calls. It was a thankless job but a fun experience overall.
You might be wondering – what does this have to do with first impressions?
You see, I was still rather inexperienced at the time, and after hearing stories from buddies in similar jobs/positions I figured that I might as well use this opportunity to meet women too.
Office romances... great idea right? Well, not really, but that’s another story.
Before my first day I went out shopping for clothes. Because this was my first job with a dress code (no jeans and stuff), I didn’t own anything remotely passable that wasn’t a suit, and this was by no means a job worth wearing a suit for.
Even though my dressing sexy skills were far from what they are today, I was already grasping the basic concepts:
- The clothes need to be cut close to the body to emphasize physique.
- I can subtly use colors to avoid looking boring.
- Showing some skin is a great way to spike sex appeal.
- Grooming matters.
I got myself slim cut grey dress pants, purple buttoned shirt, black dress shoes, and a black leather belt – solid, professional look. Because I had that ulterior motive of getting with my new sexy coworkers, I wore my buttoned shirt with an extra button open and had my medium length hair styled to something similar to this picture.
Given my agenda, I also tried to have a sexy walk going when passing the floor to get my coffee.
Considering that most other guys did the bare minimum just to pass the dress code requirements, I naturally stood out.
For the first week (or was it two weeks...) we, newbies, were trained separately and only passed the floor where everyone was working a couple of times a day to get coffee and have lunch.
By the end of the training a few funny things happened:
Most guys who were working there already didn’t like me.
Some of the female co-workers were already calling “dibs” on me (it was shared with me later in the job).
Both of these things happened despite me saying probably less than five words (“Good morning”, “Hi”) to people who were working there.
Unsurprisingly, by the end of my first week actually working there, a cute co-worker approached me during the break to ask for my number and later asked me out. And during my short time before getting promoted to another department there been a few other pleasurable encounters like that.
I’m sharing this to show you how truly powerful first impression and your image can be. Now, as I got wiser, I usually advise against office romances, but we can reap the benefits of the right first impression in nearly every social situation.
And with this article, I’d like to show you how you can use specifically clothes and grooming to achieve the first impression of a sexy man.
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