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Thread: Do you make an effort to look your best when seeing an sp? Personal attire important?

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    Do you make an effort to look your best when seeing an sp? Personal attire important?

    When i first started seeing sps, i went out of my way to look my best for an encounter. I treated every encounter as a 'date', just like i'd be going out with someone on a real date. I even once purchased a suit in order to see a long-anticipated high-end sp. I don't think i ever wore that suit again!

    A few years later, i met a fellow john for a drink at the hotel i was staying at about an hour before an sp was supposed to show up to see me. After showering & dressing up, i met him at the lobby bar & the first thing he told me when he saw me was "do you always dress up when you see an escort?"

    I told him that i did, and put a lot of importance in my personal appearance & so far my routine had never failed me since 99% of my encounters had always been very good to great. I asked him how he dressed when he saw someone, and he pointed to his jeans and t-shirt and said "just like you see now."

    I then began to stop over-dressing. Thinking about it, i was probably better dressed than half the ladies i'd see at the time. So i began to wear jeans and a shirt for some of my encounters. Now i often wear polo or golf shirts. If it's very warm outside, i may wear shorts.

    In other words, i still make an effort to look as good as i can, but won't over dress. I figure that if i want an sp to look her best, that i should also make an effort.

    What are your thoughts about this? Do you put emphasis on your own personal attire prior to seeing an sp?

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    Being a non-business man I dress casual at best. Summertime shorts, shirt and sandals and winter jeans and a shirt.

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    In real life im a very casual person, i don't shave my face, i dress in tshirts and cargo pants, i don't wear parfum obviously and such.

    When i see an SP, if its a pre-set date, like i know im going for that and all, i usually shave my face, like not everything but trim to look presentable. Someimes i just put "2" on the clipper and cut the beard, sometimes i go full way and make a "douchebag" type of beard lol, its really how i feel about it, the time i have and so on... Also i had meeting where i put "gel" in my hair, others where i didn't, again depend on the mood, what i will do after and such.

    Lately i started using parfum.. got it as a gift and since i NEVER use it in my peronal life, i use it for that... or parties or whatever that are uncommon.

    But one thing that remain is the tshirt and pants, mostly because thats all i have... i don't have suits, i don't have golf shirt, all i have is tshirt and hoodies... from video games to metal band to some personal stuff i like , like reaper shirts and so on...

    One thing i realized over th years is that it does not matter much how your dress for a one hour meetig in small downtown room... as long as you welcome her with a smile, that you genuily look happy to see her and are a friendly person it should be alright.

    SPs in general cares about 3 things

    1) The donation of course
    2) That your clean
    3) That your friendly or at least not a mean jerk

    If you manage to have those 3 things, your good.... no matter how your dress, how your room is or whatever...
    Here's to the people we've met, and the people we've fucked And to those of us who have had no such luck Here's to beer in the glass and vodka in the cup Here's to poking her in the ass so she won't get knocked up Here's to all of you and here's to me... Together as friends we should always be... But if we should ever disagree... Then fuck all of you and here's to me! - Tucker Max

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    Usually I shower and shave before a meeting with an SP, they appreciate this little attention. I wear a nice jean and a polo shirt.

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    Hygene is very important so i always shower before.
    I always wear clean clothes also. So that they smell nice.
    But i wear relaxed clothing like jeans and a nice t-shirt. Sometimes shorts in the summer.

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    I usualy hobby during lunch break, so im always well dressed for office work.

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    I have a weakness for men in suit,somehow for me it the man equivalent of the garther belt loll but only if it is really your look,not a costume, jeans are nice but as long as you are clean it does not really matter because we will be naked in (very) soon...

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    Hygiene is very important. As far as dressing up, not so important. Business casual is what I typically go for.

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    At first I would dress business casual (dockers and button down shirt). But one of the SPs I used to see frequently would come in these gorgeous designer gowns, and I felt that we were miss matched, so I would go for a suit and sometimes a tie.

    What I do now is come prepared with several options, and greet the SP dressed semi casual (jeans and polo shirt or button down shirt, but not t-shirt). When its time to go out for food, I will change into what I feel is appropriate based on what she is wearing. Nowadays if I do wear a tie its for the purpose of being prop/tool when making out or the main event.

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    Clean yes. Dress up no.

    I hate dressing up with the firery passions of a 1000 suns.

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    Dress is not an issue. I work in a business environment so I am in a suit every day, shirt and tie is the norm. I do however ensure that the day I will be seeing an SP I trim my nails and file them smooth and that I shave as close as possible. As I see the SP at an incall location most of the time I prefer that she is dressed when I arrive. As Lily said, we will not be dressed for long but it is nice to start off that way.I have on occasion been on a day off when going to see my favorite and was wearing jeans and a polo. She was a little surprised when I walked in and I sensed a little disappointed that I was not in a suit she was even more surprised when I removed my jeans to go shower and was wearing only the jeans. Ever since I was a young kid I hate wearing underwear with jeans, dumb I guess but that is one of my quirks.
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    Sure, but mainly it is about being sqeaky clean.

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    a few days before, i will do cut nales. i rarly do this on the day of meeting since it can cut wen using fingers.

    the day before meeting, i shave jr. and on the day of the meeting, i shave face and shave jr again, shower of course, mouthwash, and wear clean clothes. i dress very casually so i dont realy dress up i just dress normal.

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    Since this is supposed to be about how to dress for a meeting with an escort, I'll bring it back to that. I'm going to make this about my specific problem. Since I live and work in the NYC metropolitan area, and most escorts seem to be based in midtown, and if they're in midtown, that means that they're in 4-star hotels, how am I supposed to dress in order to meet them?? Do I have to dress up? Actually, I'm going to answer my own question here. All of those hotels are tourist hotels & tourists dress any old way they want. I used to obsess with how to dress, but it really doesn't make a difference. Just don't be a slob & you're gold...

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    I make sure I'm clean and well-groomed, sometimes in business attire, but I don't feel I should need to look like a GQ cover model for a paid encounter.

    That said, if I'm not particularly happy with my appearance on a given day (bad hair day, missed shaving, lack of sleep, etc), I will tend to not hobby.

    Everything in context, for me. Casual dress and light stubble can be a good look. Wrinkled dress shirt (sitting at the office all day) and unshaven, often isn't. The main thing is to appear comfortable/confident in whatever look you choose.

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