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    What's your attire when answering the door?

    Perhaps this is a paradigm of overthinking, but just wondering in what manner you dress when first opening the door for an SP? In the past, I have generally treated it as if I were going on a first date, dressed in nice clothes complete with nice shoes. However, I've gotten the feeling in the past that perhaps this is overdressing as I feel some girls have wondered why I bothered to go to the trouble and gotten the feeling perhaps I'm one of the few that does this.

    I've read in a number of reviews that some will just answer the door in a towel or robe, but I remember having a conversation with one SP about this many years ago and she said that she found it was very insulting when clients did that and was an instant turnoff (contrary to perhaps what the intended effect of doing so was). Perhaps she was just in the minority and this was a personal pet peeve rather than a shared opinion among SPs, but I'd appreciate some insight on this, especially from SPs who post here what their preferences are to be greeted at the door and if it makes any difference to them one way or another

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    just wear jeans and tshirt. no shoes.
    who wears shoes in their house ??? lol

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    Dressed in nice clothes (dressed shirt, suit, a nice pair of jeans,). I concord with the post just above mine: answering the door in a towel or a robe, or even in briefs is a lack of savoir-faire. But, however, this is a free world...to each is own.
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    Ah, here's where I can give one of my best and favorite tips. Yes the old, but not overused, thing of clean and well groomed is the first item. The second item is where bright colors. Men by their nature where blues, grays, blacks and browns in their dress, whether it's dress up or dress down. Many clients may feel that "what does it matter, the clothes are coming off anyways". This may be true, but women appreciate bold colors and more times than not perceive a man who wears bold colors to be sexually confident in himself. Sexual confidence is a major turn on for most women (i.e. it helps start the engine). On a YMMV SP, this may mean the difference between a good encounter and a mediocre one.

    Many times in nature (particularly in birds) the male of the species is brightly colored while the female is not. So guys take "a fashion risk" and wear a brightly colored or bold long sleeve shirt. Monitor the comments you'll get and this method will sell itself.

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    I guess I'm in the minority. I try to shower, shave, and brush my teeth right before an appointment so I wear a nice ankle-length yukata (think simplified kimono) with shorts underneath. I typically get positive comments.

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    I try to shower(mainly clean my penis few times), shave, and brush my teeth right before an appointment, try to dress nice for the lady most times.

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    You should not brush your teeth right before.

    I tend to wear jeans and a t-shirt or a polo.
    I shower right before but I do not brush my teeth.

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    I hear you with the micro lesions. I brush about 1 hour before or so and shower around then also. Usually wear some jeans and a nice shirt with some cologne. Used to wear shoes when I was seeing a tall SP, as I'm only 5'8. Now, I don't care. I mean, I have to take them off anyway.

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    I agree that you should always be properly dressed when opening the door to an sp especially when you are dealling her with the first time because first impression count thats if you want to have a good encounter.But this is more important when dealing with a sp you have seen before why you ask because it will show here her that you look forward to see her and that the session is important to you so you can have a get session with her.As groomimg goes always shower ,brush your teeth , shave,put on some cologne and i wear jeans and polo shirt. and always have a little bottle of wine or sparkling wine in helps break the ice .But for this halloween i might just break out my gumby suit and greet her with it.Note its bold flashy and orginal it has all elemets to a great session. Lets face these ladies all want a shot at gumby.

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    Good question and it would be really appreciated if a cross section of SPs could express an opinion.

    I usually wait - clean of course, that goes without saying (or it should go without saying?) brush teeth not sooner than an hour before scheduled apt - but shower and use mouthwash just before she arrives.
    Jeans or slacks and an untucked dress shirt- is how I used to wait - and still do sometimes for a first time visit with an SP.
    However, I have also started to greet SPs with the hotel bathrobe and nothing else - it has been appreciated (I think) by SPs as it gets past the awkward initial bits.
    Their hand goes straight to your package under your robe and you are off to the races before her shoes even come off.
    Have even greeted SPs in a towel fresh out of the shower and drop the towel as soon as she is in and the door is closed. I have yet to meet an SP that shys at a mans nakedness behind closed doors. Very awkward and uncomfortable for the SP if you open the door and there are other guests in the hall and you are less than fully dressed - be carefull and check the hall for other guests for her sake before openning the door.

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    I usually shower 30 minutes before the appointment, put on a robe while i get ready, and when i hear the infamous knock on the door, i lose the robe & greet my guess bare naked. Yep! In the nude! Bare ass, bare cock, bare everything!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    I usually shower 30 minutes before the appointment, put on a robe while i get ready, and when i hear the infamous knock on the door, i lose the robe & greet my guess bare naked. Yep! In the nude! Bare ass, bare cock, bare everything!!
    God help the beleaguered housekeeper who knocks on the right room at the wrong time

    Reading the above opinions, seems that I'm on the same page with most of you who are in more advanced stages of dress than say a towel. I may this time try something new and not dress up so much, as I find the attire that I wear generally leads itself more to conversation in the beginning, whereas less clothes leads to far less pretense and perhaps sets a different tone for the session. Either way I will lose the shoes, I agree, that makes no sense whatsoever lol

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    Je me suis fait dire une fois par une SP que je recvais alors que je ne portais qu'une paire de jeans et une chemise et un string que c'étais une perte de temps de se déshabiller.
    Mais je ne recevrais jamais personne, surtout si je ne la connais pas, sans mon linge.

    Contrairement a mes amies de filles que je recoient seulement vetu d'un string

    Si je vais chez une SP (incall) je m'attends a trouver dans un déshabillé une piece

    Steve

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    Hmmm,

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    ...when i hear the infamous knock on the door, i lose the robe & greet my guess bare naked. Yep! In the nude! Bare ass, bare cock, bare everything!!
    So you got rid of that sausage extender??? Aren't these the same reasons you're banned from church and the public parks too.

    Okay, I'm not sure why there's any question about the right way to greet a lady. Proper shower, good grooming, clean and ironed nice clothes, good mouthwash, cologne in all the right places, wine or champagne at the right temperature, hot tub ready...and a HUGE WAD of money hanging from your neck. If she gets past the latter and notices any of the former you've got a great lady.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castor_Troy13 View Post
    I find the attire that I wear generally leads itself more to conversation in the beginning, whereas less clothes leads to far less pretense and perhaps sets a different tone for the session.
    I think thats the big difference. Once you get into the "how do you do, do you want a drink, where are you from" rut at the beginning it is hard to get out of it quickly - fewer clothes = fewer formalities. Plenty of time for chit chat between sessions.
    But thats just the opinion of an oversexed male hobbyist - female views?

    I was staying at the intercontinental once and rode the elevator up with two very attractive young women dressed semi casually with leather coats - but they were nervous and when we all got off on the same floor they were all eyes - like cats. I took my sweet time and dwadled in the hall - looking for card etc. They both knocked on a door just outside the elevator and it was openned by an older guy with grey hair - well kept and wearing dress shirt and pants - I could tell the girls were relieved when the guy openned the door and let them in as they were nervous as hell about me seeing them enter a room. Go figure. If the guy had been in a bath robe when he openned the door I'm sure the girls would have been mortified. Anyhoo - whoever they guy was looked like he was going to have a smoking good time with two very hot looking women - I was tres envious.

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