Brad P Fashion Bible a Review – The right way to dress well

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When it comes to fashion, most straight men are completely clueless. There are very few products about fashion that are even worth scanning, let alone studying. I have had subscriptions to a lot of the big name fashion magazines and I have watched a lot of fashion television. In fact, my oldest sister was a fashion designer in New York for a long time. And yet I always dressed terribly.Most products are simply educating you about very expensive clothing. They never explain why one outfit is good and one outfit is bad. I used to wear stuff that cost three times as much as I would spend on an outfit now. And girls would make fun of me for wearing crappy clothing.

Brad Ps Fashion Bible is one of the few books that looks at fashion analytically. And with a clear purpose. The book only cares about the elements of fashion that will attract more beautiful women into your life. That is certainly what I want.

There are many things that I never thought about. Why you match your belt to your shoes. Why some ostentation is ok, but too much ruins the effect. Brad covers the subtle elements of medium and high fashion. I found the detailed explanation of the difference between nerd and nerd chic especially illuminating.

The honest truth is that I really just loved the pictures that go along with the explanation. I am a visual learner and this book takes it into account. I never realized that every magazine for women always shows the entire body. Shoes are so important to women, but most men just cut corners with footwear. We never really think about it.

I wear a watch that cost me about fifty pounds in London last summer. It gets me tons more attention than watches that cost thousands of dollars. Its more important to express strong fashion than it is to express pure wealth.

If you want to become a better dresser, or even if you just want to understand how women see clothing a little better, then I wholeheartedly recommend the Fashion Bible by Brad P.

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