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What Escorts Wear

Friday, August 9th, 2013

Beautiful slim legs in black nylons on a red background. Fishnets? Doc Martins? Feather boa? A motorcycle jacket? What the heck should you wear to work? Well, if you’re working a traditional office job, the answer is clearly NONE of these. But what if you’re working as an escort? Generally, the answer is probably still none of these. However, what escorts wear is probably one of the first things you should learn about if you’re considering going into the profession. So, read on to find out what you should wear if you’re working as an escort.

What escorts wear can vary a bit based on the time, place, and client, but as a general rule of thumb you should look nice – like you’re going on a date. Thus, you don’t want to look like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman. Fishnets and feather boas are generally not appropriate. In some situations, a client may ask you to bring along more erotic accessories like these, but when you arrive at the door you should appear classy.

Femininity is another important factor in what escorts wear. As a professional escort, you should not show up to meet a client wearing plaid flannel, a baggy T-shirt, or a wifebeater. If you want to cultivate a casual atmosphere with your client, there are other ways to do it.

You can also accent your femininity with earrings, necklaces, or bracelets. It is generally a good idea to wear some accessories, but don’t overdo it. You don’t want to wear so much jewelry that removing it becomes a cumbersome process.

It is also advisable to wear make-up, although that should kind of be a no-brainer. Of course, you don’t want to look like a member of KISS or like Mimi from The Drew Carey Show. Keep in mind that many clients will prefer if you avoid wearing too much make-up so that you don’t leave behind traces of it on their clothes or body. Likewise, it is generally not a good idea to wear perfume.

As an escort, wearing the right shoes is another way to make sure that you look classy and feminine. If you can walk well in heals, it is good to wear tasteful heals. Don’t, however, wear something that you would expect to see on a pole dancer – men have vastly different expectations for pole dancers than they do for escorts.

There are, of course, some exceptions to the above guidelines. What escorts wear can change considerably based on an individual client’s requests. Some clients may ask you to wear a specific color of dress or a certain type of shoe. It is best to adhere to clients’ stated preferences, unless doing so will make you uncomfortable or attract unnecessary attention.

It is also a good idea to avoid drawing unnecessary attention to yourself and so you should dress in a way that fits in with your surroundings. Thus, you shouldn’t wear an evening gown to meet a client at a mid-range hotel in the middle of the day. However, if your client intends for you to accompany him to the opera, then an evening gown is indeed appropriate. Because the environment and planned activities for a client meeting can vary, it is best to find out as much as you can in advance. Overall though, you should always keep it classy and feminine. Of course, what you wear is only one of the key elements in creating your personal brand – buying the How to Become a Successful Escort business kit can help you learn about all the elements necessary for a fruitful career in escorting.

When to throw out your lub

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

A good question is when to throw out your lub

In order to protect yourself as well as your clients when working as an escort, you need to make sure you aren’t causing yourself more health problems then necessary.

Obviously if you still have a bottle of lub around after a year, you probably aren’t seeing many clients while working as an escort. I suggest you change what you are doing if you want more clientele.

The experts say “Toss your lubricants for sex … within a year of purchase.”

“These products are typically water-based, so they’re relatively stable, explains Dr. Kurtz, “however, many lubes do contain antimicrobial agents that keep bacteria at bay, and those substances can lose their potency after a while. That’s why it’s wise to toss them within a year.”

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