How to Meet Rich Bachelors in California

There's more to a healthy relationship than just money.There's more to a healthy relationship than just money.

You're tired of living alone in your small studio apartment with your cat, Sprinkles. Your boyfriend's job in the fast food industry doesn't sound as glamorous as you once thought. You've just seen an episode of "The Bachelor" and are suddenly intrigued. It's time for a change. California is one of the biggest and most populated states in America. Home to famous actors, athletes and important film and television studio executives, California is a prime place to meet wealthy bachelors.

Attend exclusive parties. If you are not wealthy, look for exclusive spots where the rich and famous might mingle. Los Angeles in particular is home to many famous clubs and lounges. The Living Room lounge at the W Hotel in west Los Angeles, for instance, is known for attracting high-profile guests. Many clubs and hotels have guest lists for their parties. Call ahead of time and ask to be put on the list. Unless the party is meant for an intimate gathering, most establishments will accommodate outside guests. If you're unable to get on the guest list, show up at the door and plead your case to the bouncer. Many bouncers are less likely to enforce a guest list toward the end of a party.

Read entertainment magazines to find out where celebrities have been spotted hanging out in California. This will help you create a pipeline of areas to visit during the weekends. If you're uncomfortable in this setting, look in your local newspaper to see if there are any upcoming business mixers. In this environment, you're dealing mostly with professionals; as a result, you will likely have an easier time talking to people because the other guests will be trying to make business contacts.

Socialize and network. Making an appearance at these functions doesn't matter if you're unable to make any contacts. Be bold and socialize with people that you might be interested in. Once you've met a potential bachelor, find out what he is doing on the weekend. If he's interested, he might invite you to join him during his weekend activities. If he says he doesn't have any plans, consider inviting him to go see a Los Angeles Lakers game, explore Universal Studios, or grab a bite to eat at Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade.

Dress the part. Your lucky jogging pants may be comfortable at home, but they're probably not going to attract a wealthy bachelor. Before attending these parties, make sure you're dressed in stylish clothing. If you can afford it, visit some of the high-end clothing stores and find out what's in fashion. Consider getting your hair done at the hair salon so that you look your best for any events. Rodeo Drive is a shopping district in Beverly Hills that is known for having high-end clothing and jewelry shops.There you can find designer clothing stores like Gucci, Giorgio Armani and Dolce & Gabbana.

Be an asset. The are several obvious reasons as to why you would want to meet a wealthy bachelor, but you must ask yourself why a wealthy bachelor would want to meet you. Make sure you have some distinctive traits that separate you from other potential suitors. All men look for various things when selecting a partner. Maybe you're smart, successful in your field, beautiful or just a really nice person. Whatever your strength is, make it clear that you can bring something important into that person's life.

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  • Attending parties with a friend can make it easier to talk to strangers.


  • A relationship based on materialistic values may have a limited future.

About the Author

Farhan Arshad has been a professional writer since 2004. In 2009, he was one of five writers accepted into the Comedy Central Summer workshop, spending time at "The Daily Show," "The Colbert Report" and Comedy Central's development department. He received his Bachelor of Arts in creative writing and political science from Emory University and a Master of Fine Arts in dramatic writing from Northwestern University.

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