Men’s Fashion Tips: Fashion Trends

Men's Fashion Tips: Fashion Tips

Men’s Fashion Tips: Fashion Trends

It can seem like there’s a lot to know about good style, and there is, at least if you want to be enrolled in its master class. But looking sharper than 99% of other guys is actually fairly simple and merely requires knowing and doing little stuff right. The kind of stuff that can be encapsulated into short, easy-to-remember principles and adages.

Below you’ll find the best of the best of such tips: a hundred things (plus one extra) that you can be doing, right now, to make yourself look sharper. You can thank us later.

1. Throw out or give away anything you haven’t worn in over a year.

You get two “beloved old favorite” exemptions here, as well as formal-wear. Ruthlessly pitch or donate the rest.

2. Get everything adjusted.

Well, okay, not everything. But most things: nice pants, shirts, and jackets should all go to the tailor for adjustments, unless they came custom-tailored already.

3. There are more shoe colors than brown and black.

Colored leather and suede are fantastic shoe options. Get a little crazy with reds, blues, and grays. Don’t worry about matching a belt to each one — a black belt with gray shoes or a brown one with oxblood red is fine.

4. Trouser cuffs should “break” on the tops of your shoes.

That means they rest very lightly on the leather itself. You shouldn’t have a gap between your pants and your shoes.

5. Have a removable top layer.

In the dog days of summer, you can go with one shirt. The rest of the time, have at least two presentable layers on top. You never know when you’ll want to loan a lady your jacket/shirt/whatever.

6. Shop with a friend.

Sales people are paid to sell you things whether they look good or not. Take a friend who’ll tell you to your face when you look like an idiot.

7. Own a watch you can wear with a good business suit.

Handsome. Functional. Classic. It’s amazing how such a small accessory can greatly enhance how you look and feel.

8. Own more shoes.

How many pairs do you own? Get some more. Vary the styles. Shoes are the most underrated tools in a guy’s style arsenal.

9. Traditional light blue denim is a great color for jeans

…if you’re building houses or ranching cattle. Otherwise, get a dark indigo instead of light blue, or go with a different color entirely.

10. Check the size of your favorite pieces of clothing.

Those numbers are worth writing down too. If a shirt fits perfectly, you probably want your other shirts in about that size as well.

Also read: Fashion : 10 HairStyle Trends That Will Be Huge In 2018.

11. Button-down collars aren’t business dress.

Yeah, you’ll see guys wearing them with suits. Don’t be those guys. A business suit deserves a business collar, and that means no buttons at the tips.

12. Clean your wallet out regularly.

The slimmer it is, the less wear and tear on both the wallet and the pocket it’s shoved into. It’ll also look nicer when you pull it out to pay for things.

13. Expand your belt collection.

The easiest way is to own belts that can snap open for interchangeable buckles, and then to hit the internet looking for vintage buckles — that way you’re only buying two or three pieces of leather for dozens of looks.

14. Keep the top and bottom balanced.

If you’ve got a sleek, streamlined jacket and a simple shirt, don’t wear big, fuzzy pants with lots of texture. Similarly, don’t pair a cable-knit sweater with ultra-fine wool slacks. Stay consistent all the way up and down.

15. Overdress.

There’s nothing wrong with being the best-dressed guy in the room. Be aware of social norms — don’t wear a three-piece suit to serve meals at a soup kitchen or something — but in general, plan on looking nicer than other guys in your social group at any given gathering.

Also read: Ways To Roll Up Shirt Sleeves: Man’s Fashion Tips

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