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Wink Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
I'm used to wear nothing more than a slim fit V neck and a good pair of jeans to go out..thats just the way it rolls down here(Brazil),I guess its pretty similar to Roosh's last twit on Poland.


I'm 25 so suit/G manifesto game here in Brazil doesn't fit on 90% of the clubs I go to,even most baller spots.(Blame the hot weather most of the time.)

How should I dress to hit the clubs in Europe,particularly London and Sweden?Should I wear shoes instead of stylish skeakers?Suit game?
Help me guys,I'll spare some $ to improve my wardrobe there.Banana

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06-11-2011 09:58 AM
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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
Sweden - think Trendy. When I was there a few years back I saw dudes wearing grey suits and white shirts on a night out. Not needed but it would not hurt to have a strong suit with you. Your style seems pretty good, I trust your jeans are a good pair like a G-star. Also don't forget to pack something warm, I hear London is a bit chilly at night these days.

If I were you, just a suggestion. I would pack some Brazil football jerseys, someone might approach you and then you can spin your story from there. I would also top up your tan to add to the whole Brazilian playboy angle.

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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
I'm not as well traveled as 95% of the guys on here but I assume that nice jeans and a v-neck is a universal look. Its casual, comfortable, and can be worn many different ways...changing of shoes and a nice jacket takes it from casual to classy.
06-11-2011 08:20 PM
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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
A nice Oxford shirt long sleeved with armes rulled up (white,blue or blue/white striped),
a pair of chinos but do not go for the red or green ones ( slim or regular fit), a pair of white converse (or similar sneakers) and a nice watch...

That's a look many swedish guys 20-30 (inlcuding myself) wear.

You look well dressed but at the same time easy and laidback...

My advice: Wear something you like and feel comfortable in
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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
(06-11-2011 08:20 PM)hoops330 Wrote:  I'm not as well traveled as 95% of the guys on here but I assume that nice jeans and a v-neck is a universal look. Its casual, comfortable, and can be worn many different ways...changing of shoes and a nice jacket takes it from casual to classy.

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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
Ha.

I way over play style.

But it works for me. Plus, I got to super high end venues (not bragging, that is just how I play it).

The problem with the V-neck and jeans look, is that so many guys rock it, it will be at best a neutral play. If not a negative.

Things I can control I try to always make into a huge positive; ie dressing sharp, having plenty of money, my bed near where I am swooping etc

Plus, when the group of three gay guys standing next to you at the bar are wearing V-necks and jeans, I highly doubt you will be that stoked on your gear.

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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
If you're not prepared to do it as G-manifesto, just keep it simple by being well-groomed and having a healthy supply of clean clothes that show you have some inclination of what you're doing + some cool accessories.

If you work out and have muscle, that alone earns you style points if girls can see it under the clothes you wear. In fact, you might do better with a well-muscled body and t-shirts to flash those guns than with a suit. But again, all depends on the venue.

Jeans, t-shirts per se earn you NO style points.

+1 for grooming (almost free)
+1 for muscle-tone (free if you want it)
+0 for wardrobe (can be expensive)

= 2 free points immediately in your control at low cost

unless you hit the high-end venues where the models hang out. Then I recommend going in a suit with plenty of "peacock" factor. I second the importance of standing out. simply by being dark and latino you'll have an advantage - so work on that tan before you get there - but avoid trying to be confused with the Middle Easterners who live there - they have less than no game and are not popular with the ladies.

And start smoking.
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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
(06-13-2011 11:36 AM)thegmanifesto Wrote:  Ha.

I way over play style.

But it works for me. Plus, I got to super high end venues (not bragging, that is just how I play it).

The problem with the V-neck and jeans look, is that so many guys rock it, it will be at best a neutral play. If not a negative.

Things I can control I try to always make into a huge positive; ie dressing sharp, having plenty of money, my bed near where I am swooping etc

Plus, when the group of three gay guys standing next to you at the bar are wearing V-necks and jeans, I highly doubt you will be that stoked on your gear.

G, in London, I've been in clubs where EVERYONE was suited and booted (including myself).
In fact, failure to suit up would get one booted from entrance.

For example, I went to Vauxhall Coliseum when garage was live and kicking and it was swarming with dealers, footballers and tons of stoosh lizards.

And they ALL smoked. How would you stand out in such a crowd?

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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
(06-13-2011 11:36 AM)thegmanifesto Wrote:  The problem with the V-neck and jeans look, is that so many guys rock it, it will be at best a neutral play. If not a negative.

I gotta go with G on this one. The look is played out. I always thought the point of proper style is to stand out, not blend in.
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(06-14-2011 10:33 AM)Moma Wrote:  
(06-13-2011 11:36 AM)thegmanifesto Wrote:  Ha.

I way over play style.

But it works for me. Plus, I got to super high end venues (not bragging, that is just how I play it).

The problem with the V-neck and jeans look, is that so many guys rock it, it will be at best a neutral play. If not a negative.

Things I can control I try to always make into a huge positive; ie dressing sharp, having plenty of money, my bed near where I am swooping etc

Plus, when the group of three gay guys standing next to you at the bar are wearing V-necks and jeans, I highly doubt you will be that stoked on your gear.

G, in London, I've been in clubs where EVERYONE was suited and booted (including myself).
In fact, failure to suit up would get one booted from entrance.

For example, I went to Vauxhall Coliseum when garage was live and kicking and it was swarming with dealers, footballers and tons of stoosh lizards.

And they ALL smoked. How would you stand out in such a crowd?

Great question.

I would say subtle flourishes ie pocket squares, quality of cut and fabric and color combinations.

And of course, pure Game and controlled aggression.

Surgical Mayhem, if you will.

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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
I'll have to start smoking.That's for damn sure.

easiest approach tactic ever.

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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
In Denmark/Iceland, I'll chill on the jeans/v-neck, but here in Poland I actually get more attention when I rock it.

Like everything there's individual variance and it's your job to test your wardrobe against reactions you get from women. There is not universal outfit that any guy can wear to get pussy wet.

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RE: Rooshing up my style: Used to wear V necks+Jeans ,how should I dress up in Europe?
(06-13-2011 11:36 AM)thegmanifesto Wrote:  The problem with the V-neck and jeans look, is that so many guys rock it, it will be at best a neutral play. If not a negative.

Agreed, when it comes to curbside appeal, you're either the appeal or part of the curb.
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RE: Rooshing up my style
I wear mostly tight fitting black v-necks and black pants, with a gray hoodie. How much your clothes are worth is not generally a factor as long as they're clean and fit well.
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(09-21-2012 08:08 AM)Hades Wrote:  I wear mostly tight fitting black v-necks and black pants, with a gray hoodie. How much your clothes are worth is not generally a factor as long as they're clean and fit well.

Trust me spend the extra and people will notice.

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