I feel like I’ve bored the hell out of most guys the past 14 days, posting tips majorly for ladies. Forgive me.
So here guys, style tips just for you!
Keep it simple – You want an outfit that looks great on you, but don’t overdo it. Don’t wear more than
three pieces of jewelry or more than three colors. Don’t dress like a rock star unless you’re in a band.
Keep your attire simple yet stylish.
Fit is King – The most striking improvement you can make in your style is to make sure everything fits
impeccably. Most guys wear clothes that are too large or too tight. Make sure everything you wear
is almost hugging your body – without being tight.
Never underestimate the power of details – The last thing on is usually the first thing noticed. So mind
the details instead of throwing together the main parts of your outfit. “Details” can include a pocket
square, or the way you tie your tie knot.
Continually cultivate your image – Invest more time and money into your image. Cultivate your fashion
sense. Your style is a huge mode of communication, and is worth caring for as much as your education,
career, and relationships.
Invest in a superb pair of shoes – If it’s one thing that ladies will notice, it’s your shoes. Especially how
clean and sharp they look. It’s easy to wash and press the rest of your clothes to keep them looking new,
but most guys disregard their shoes. Show that you’re a man of taste by getting a great pair of shoes and
keeping them in pristine condition.
Upgrade your shave – Even if your style is outstanding, an unkempt beard can be an attraction killer.
Most ladies I know adore men with a clean smooth shave.
Stay a notch above – Don’t overdo it to a fault, but dare to take some risks. It’s always better to be a
little bit overdressed than underdressed in any setting. Just think about where and who you’re going to
be with and step it up one notch.
Ask for real feedback – Most of your friends and family aren’t going to go out of their way to tell you
what looks bad. You have to ask for it. In fact, ask anyone and everyone you trust to tell you the truth.
Ask your sister, ask your best friends, ask your mom.