That’s Just remember: Cultivating an air of ease and self-assurance is not only attractive in and of itself, but it leads into my next tip: It’s not how tall you are; it’s how tall people feel you are.
There are some people who can fill a room, regardless of how tall they are or aren’t.
The problem with this is that the sudden color change – from white to brown to blue – creates a visual interruption.
The eye doesn’t travel smoothly down your profile; the sudden change cuts you in half, truncating your torso and skewing your proportions.
Instead, you want clothes that are relatively consistent in hue.
They don’t have to be perfectly monochrome – you don’t need to dress head to toe in black, for example – but keeping things within the same color-scheme helps the eye track over your body without stopping.
When you can build presence, women won’t remember you as that short man at the party.
They’ll remember you as that incredibly charming guy who made them feel like he got them in a way nobody else did.
You may think that you’re hiding it like the professional poker-player you could be, but in reality, that sour attitude is shining off you like an especially greasy halo.
potential attraction, no matter how awesome you may be otherwise. The more you let your height (or lack thereof) bother you, the less attractive you get.
This is one of the benefits of suits – the uniform color scheme helps create a unified silhouette.
Similarly, vertical patterns and stripes will help direct the eye in the ways you want.
The trick is understanding how to make height less of an issue.