Hey Guys, > are some quick fashion tips that you can rock and make you stand out this week. So feel free to wow the ladies in style.
- Keep Your Style Simple
Keep it simple young man. A lot of young men, when they first decide to start dressing well, go out and invest in fancy, expensive items that are much nicer and much more formal than everything else in their outfits.
That’s not a good way to start!
You spend a lot of money, and you end up with an awkward mishmash of high fashion and low fashion; of business formality and casual street wear.
Take your cues from your environment and from what you already own. Unless you’ve been totally clueless all your life, odds are that your current wardrobe is at least practical for your surroundings.
- Find a Style Mentor
Locate someone who dresses well, and who is willing to give you a few tips. If they’re local, or a family member, that’s ideal, though in the age of the internet it’s not strictly necessary anymore.
Performers and public figures, from rock stars on down to local politicians and teachers, are often more aware of their appearances and the clothing choices they’re making than the average man. Ask around. See who’s just throwing things on in the morning, and who’s making conscious choices.
- Visit the Best Menswear Store Available
Forget about your budget for a minute. Hit up the best store in town, or at least the best that will let you in the door. Spend some time looking around a really nice store. Browse through the racks. Handle the clothing. Try on a couple outfits (full outfits, not just individual pieces) that you like the look of.
And then put it all back. Don’t break the budget.
- Seriously, spend some time with a needle and thread.
Get over any issues you have with the “masculinity” of it. Most of the master tailors in the world right now are men.
More importantly, it’s a real time and money saver. If you don’t have even the most basic skills, you’re looking at ten bucks to sew a . on your shirt; twenty-five to get your pants hemmed.
- Teach Others
A final tip for young men: teach other young men!
That doesn’t have to be formal. Just talk about clothes, go thrift shopping with other guys, or spend some time answering questions on a menswear web forum.
The more you think about how to advise other people, the more you’re thinking about advice that holds true for you, too.
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