• Label Whore

    by AlphaWolf & Co.
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    Quick Definition: A fashionista/aspiring PUA who is only stylish—or tries to become more stylish—through an uneven focus on buying name brands instead of developing the subtleties of style by trying different things.


    Full Definition:

    Style is an important aspect of game. It allows attraction and subcommunication to take place before a verbal interaction begins. However, many newbies mistake style for forking out money for high fashion brands. Yes, it is important to buy certain types of clothes and not be stingy, such as one pair of fashionable designer jeans. However, when you purchase something just because it has a label and not because it looks good on you, you are becoming a label whore.

    Good style can also come from second-hand stores or cheaper stores that still offer great style at a reasonable price. H&M, for example, is a great affordable brand for men and women. A good sense of style involves being able to put things together, budgeting within a spending limit, and still looking good, no matter what the circumstance is.

    Here is an example of K$sha looking good without being a label whore:

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    Daniel Henney displays style

    For more information to develop style, checkout our review of Brad P’s Fashion Bible.


    Related Terms: Style, Congruence, Inner Game, Avatar, Rockstar Avatar, High Class, Low Class


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    Richard | RichardShelmerdine.com April 17, 2010 - 12:53 am

    I agree here, you don’t need the labels. Who looks for a label on a first impression? Nobody you want to pick up!

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