We know evolution regarding humans is sexed. We know in the past that women reproductively succeeded with a laboriously sequential optimal-sperm-only strategy and men with a pleasurably unimpaired next-best-womb strategy. Reproductive independence belongs to the man. Without shared patriarchy, to very few men in a winner-take-all contest.
Women require dominance from the men they want for their sperm. A woman has no other passion for men save her grow sons. A man that a woman can dominate is a man to be simultaneously exploited for material resources and functionally emasculated at all costs. A woman has utter contempt for the man she gives sex on credit. A woman’s credit is never good. Each liberated woman must follow the greatest authority that will have her, forsaking all prior one-and-onlys regardless of collateral damage. These are our human instincts.
Women follow fashion because they instinctively want to prove themselves individually to be the best follower bar none to earn first dibs on resources. For women fashion is a case of chasing first dibs on new material resources that signify the status of deserving new goodies first.
Some men chase medals; most women chase fashion.
Men risk their lives for chest medals that signify high masculine honor according to a conveniently personified state.
Fashion for women is being the best follower; fashion for men is being the best leader.
As we learned from Glengarry, Glen Ross: (A)ttention, (I)nterest, (D)ecision, (A)ction.
Attention precedes attraction.
I have found that a simple solid orange t-shirt made from synthetic fabric is the most effective prop I have in attracting women. Orange does not go with my eyes or my completion. I only bought orange because I wanted a little variety in colors and the selection was limited. I got a blue t-shirt in the exact same style at the same time, goes with my eyes. It’s nothing special in attracting the attention of women.
Strangely, I have serendipitously found confirmation in the use of a solid orange top for increased attention that leads to increased attraction.
He flew around the globe and made dozens of calls, and one contact lead [sic] to another. A friend of his named Claudio knew one of the organizers. “Somehow I scored a ticket and made it into the room. I wore a bright orange sweater that you could have seen from the moon, let alone the other side of the room. Mindy Grossman, the CEO of Home Shopping Network (HSN), walked right into me. It was crowded and there was no place to sit, but I presented to her. We made a deal right there….
Source: Porter Gale, Your Network Is Your Net Worth (2013), p. 159.
I suppose Peacocking Theory is correct, but a foolish visual embellishment is not essential to attraction per se. It is the boldness women love in men not the foolishness. Men’s fashion is about boldness. Men who emphasize handsome grayscale tones are dressing subserviently to the dominance of other men. True, we need Indians more than chiefs since all men are NOT created equal and since most men eschew the office of citizen patriarch.
I know not what fashion women may take; but as for men, give us boldness or give us death!
—‘Reality’ Doug, 29 September 2013