The best way to attract a Lady is to simply talk nice to her.
It may vary based on what kind of person she is. But most women are easily impressed if a man shows attention, charm, can engage in interesting conversation with her and have a good sense of humor. Women also like to be taken care of (at least most of them). Therefore, good manners, chivalry and consideration for others goes a long way in attracting a woman.
Attention and consideration are nice, but humor is everything. A recent poll (I can't remember who conducted it) ranked humor before good looks, education, money, or faithfulness. **Note** genuine humor is different than crude jokes, pranks, etc. Being able to see things in a positive light and laughing at your own mistakes is a great place to start.
The best way to attract a lady is not as hard as you might think, but you have got to be realistic. If you are in your 40s and she is 22 you have no chance, realistically. If she is within your age range the first thing you have to do is attract her attention. By that I mean make your opening words to her of an evergreen statement. For example, if she is a work colleague, say to her "Friday at last", or "I've earned every dollar of my $15,982 weekly wage this week", or "Will it ever stop raining?". In other words something that will cause a response. Definitely do NOT come onto her. I know it sounds boring, but attracting a lady takes time. Once you have spoken to her you can take it from there. Use the same technique. Speak about something that will cause a response. Make her feel at ease with you. That's worth more than a thousand chat up lines.
Dress well and be respectful toward her. Don't make her feel low about herself show her kindness and let her know you are genuine
I can only speak for myself. Men can really catch my attention if they're polite, don't come on too strong (flirting is a nice start), and be themselves without being so stuck on themselves all they want to talk about is themselves.
I'll tell you what NOT to do:
Don't try too hard. No gifts on the first date, no begging for a second, and don't ask her if she would like to see you do an impression of a medieval magician. And don't make videos of yourself drinking wine and lip syncing to eighties music, and then put them on Youtube.
I can only speak from experience; that is the stuff the GUY did, not me. I'm not crazy.
Everyone is different.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. What may attract one woman may repel another. Having said that most women prefer clean cut men who are in fairly good shape, articulate, nice sense of humor, easy going personality, and good personal hygiene.
Beyond that everyone has their "type" of person they're normally attracted to and they also have their own "shopping list" of traits they want their mate to possess. Some go as far as specific careers, income, religious beliefs, and political leanings. When it's all said and done you have to be your "authentic self" to have a long lasting relationship/marriage.
The goal is to find someone who will love and appreciate you for who (you) are.
On the other hand if you simply want to attract women and do not care what their motivations are towards you then "act rich".
A lot of women are drawn to successful and confident men. If you can "look the part" there are bound to be some women who will take the bait. I've known guys who periodically rented high end cars or limos to hit the nightclubs, spent most of their money on upscale fashions/suits or well made "knock-offs" to impress women.
In fact many a young man has been taught if he becomes (successful) he can "have any woman he wants." regardless of his age or appearance.
You need only look at Hugh Hefner founder of Playboy Magazine. At age 86, thinning hair, and wearing false teeth he married a (26) year old former playmate centerfold. Riches, Fame, and Power are strong aphrodisiacs in the U.S.A.
Now if you want a woman to want you for who you are....Be yourself and let the chips fall where they may. Socialize with women everywhere. Eventually one will take a romantic interest in you.
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