You should add links so we can purchase the items in pictures. But you can also go for brogues, monk straps, chelsea boots, and plenty more options! Mens Fashion Basics , Mens Style. What about the hair style?
How can I do this everyday and make it simple?? You should add links so we can purchase the items in pictures. Leave a comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Become A Better Man. Free Video Series Do you want to see the 4 videos that will help transform your style and unlock your confidence? Enter your email below About MFM We are an online mens fashion magazine, and have been running since Covering a wide variety of topics such as men's fashion trends, style tips, news from the industry, and the latest sale offers, MFM has been labelled the number one online resource for men's fashion and style.
Driven by a group of fashion enthusiasts, our team work hard providing you with regular articles to enhance your personal style. I would see a single piece a tie, a shirt, even a non standard suit color that was by itself interesting or beautiful. The reformed, more mature wardrobe has flexibility. Continued response to Bork: I could wear a red suit, but how much utility does that have? And do you really want that kind of clownish attention? Maybe when you are at a gala in your 20s for a record release, but if you are grown up, not so much.
So, how do we inject red into the wardrobe? How about a red tie on a navy suit, and a red not matching tie pattern or color precisely pocket square. Make it fit, quality fabrics, fine silk pocket square. That is a differentiator. My goal is to look my best, be comfortable, and project confidence. Build the base—jeans that go with everything, stylish shoes, and be able to look good is a well fitted classic T, but the author did encourage you to experiment with flair.
Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, and modern leading men get by just fine without a wardrobe full of statement pieces and print Ts. The confidence and manliness comes from within, the clothes made them look stately…even casual ones. Robert really very useful and nice tips.. What about the hair style? What do you prefer about hair style in dressing styles that you had suggested. Because it also matters alot while u deessed wel. Short on the sides and back a little longer on top and a side part.
The look is always smart and mature. I also wanna ask about coats and leather jackets that which one suits better on the dressing style that you had suggested. This is by far the worst dressing sense blog.. WTF u mean by go for plain jeans.. GImme a break… Everything goes with a combination and occasion and Mr Author u failed to do that.
This idea stems from the misconception that every item in your outfit has to stand out. Dark blue jeans are a lot more versatile than your bleached jeans, as you can dress them up and down as you see fit. Dark blue jeans without bleaching or excessive distressing just look classier and more mature. Sorry buddy, but bleached jeans are for dummies. You cannot be stylish in one of the most unstylish types of clothes.
This author did not fail. You failed to take good advice. Enjoy your true religion and ed hardy. Robert, Im 39 and have always dressed in Tshirts and baggy jeans and sneakers.
Hmm… Check out this article. Just take it one step at a time. I find it very difficult to find the right style and clothing that I like. I spend so much time looking for shoes and clothes and sometimes end up buying nothing. Thanks for the article. I read this and some other article on other sites about dressing well for men. This advice is only for those working an office-type environment and common industries in order to be successful within those fields by complying with the unwritten codes and etiquette of those fields.
Selling art is a professional activity, but not making it. Yet I believe a lot of collectors just want to see an authentic artist, someone who is also different. When I go to an art opening, artists just wear creative or thrift store type things, not suits. Can you help me out and explain this contradiction? All these rules and theories of dress are overridden instantly by social proof, charisma, confidence, competence, and, or ability to converse and flirt well wether in business or dating.
Not to mention people want to experience something exotic and ladies are drawn to punk rock band members that hardly comb their hair, more than sharp looking professional men, unless they are strictly looking for committed long term husband type relationships. Definitely for dating apps where there are lots of hot high-value women, it would be hard to match with anyone unless one followed these rules. Is the reasoning behind not wearing embellishments simply to separate yourself from the younger crowd?
Great article — very useful notes on the jeans and tshirts. I had already started applying these ideas until I moved country. Consequently, my style has been reduced to shorts and a t-shirt, usually with sneakers. Yeah, dressing in hot weather can be a bit tricky. Check out my article on dressing for summer for more information.
Hi this is amar from pakistan I read your article and much of that i really liked too but i wanna ask you about hair style because dresses not only make a personality our hair style matters too. Well, you are brilliant. I loved the way you explained some misconceptions I see in my dressing. Or to try using leather shoes and fit jeans? Try going for sleek pairs though, almost full white or black and without all the bells and whistles on them. Converse, Stan Smiths or LaCoste.
I would definitely suggest you get used to more fitted jeans though. You will look a lot better! Hiii Robert , can you please tell me which type of combination I wear in my School Function…. Darnit — I really like my graphic tees. Great and informative article, nonetheless. Hi Robert, I was fed up with my casual jeans outfit. I mostly wear slim suit to work which looks great but when it comes to casual then I am not good at all. I am in my late 20s and I want to look mature when I wear jeans not a teenager.
I found your article very interesting and I took some notes as well for upcoming weekend shopping. I like straight dark blue jean. I still wear graphic tees, and I think I giving up those would be the toughest if I had to follow your advice. Great article, I have started this a while ago with myself and I love it….. I will add that a great resource for outfit ideas is Pinterest. Seeing how the outfit looks on someone else and all put together gave me a better idea of what colors would look good together and what types of pieces to buy.
Yeah Pinterest can serve as an inspiration for good outfits, and it is a good way to find nice-looking color combinations. IMO, you should understand the basics of style — understand how to make clothes work for YOU, and then magazines and Pinterest and stuff like that can be a good source of inspiration: Because I have a hard time finding t-shirts that look good. What about facial hair? Trimmed and cut to make your jaw line more prominent?
I always have trouble getting a smart casual dress shirt, I either go to flashy or to loose… Any tips here? You can wear both formal and casual shirts in a smart casual outfit, depending on the outfit. As for tucking in shirts or not… It depends on the outfit as well. I am 22 years old…a college student I want some dressing tips sir So guide me plz.. Most of the tips apply to a year old as well. I hope to be a designer smday but av been struggling on aw to make mature outfits……… But this has helped me a lot.
Espacially I will give up wearing printed t-shirts. Thanks for the suggestions it will definitely change my dressing sense. These tips are dead accurate. Second I deal with the public as part of my job….. I did not realize it until I read this article especially when you were speaking of the maturity level. Like I just needed someone to verbalize it for me. Funny how that works: Is there a different style shoe I could get? Now swap in any one of blazer, shirt, trousers or chinos and shoes.
You should be verging on smart casual territory. Swap in two and you should be bang on target. Swap in three and, depending on the circumstances, you might even be too smart. Darker colours skew more formal, so smartening up can be as simple as turning down the lights. For example, take an olive green bomber jacket, white T-shirt, stonewashed jeans and white trainers. Now swap the olive bomber for a navy one, and the stonewashed jeans for indigo.
Suddenly it feels dressier. Even more so if you swap the white T-shirt for, say, mid-grey or charcoal, and the trainers for navy or black. The constituent styles are exactly the same, but the overall effect is very different. And the reverse is true: Another major factor that affects the relative smartness or casualness of a piece is texture. Swap the worsted wool for a matte flannel or tweed, however, and you both literally and metaphorically change the feel of the piece.
This will also often make the garment seem larger in size, which only adds to the more casual vibe, given that smarter looks are usually sleek and streamlined. This is a handy rule of thumb and forefinger that you can apply to casualise much any piece: As previously mentioned, throwing a blazer over T-shirt, jeans and trainers is as easy a move as any to nail smart casual. But not all blazers are created equal: As also previously mentioned, a blazer with some texture will rub up the right way with jeans.
As will one cut a little shorter, perhaps also with slightly slimmer, more contemporary lapels. Finally, ripping out the padded shoulders and canvassed chest found in smart blazers will also make them feel more casual, not to mention comfortable. But upgrading to a polo shirt will instantly smarten a casual rig. It also commonly comes in fabrics such as Oxford cloth or chambray, which are less smooth and shiny.
But substituting a fine-gauge knit in merino, cashmere or even cotton for these thick, casual and sporty pieces can lend a soupcon of sophistication. A knitted blazer is somewhere between the two.
A word or 23 on roll necks: Legwear is usually a smart casual sticking point. Your pins are an oft-missed opportunity to not formalise an outfit, but also flex.
Going back to the bomber jacket, T-shirt, jeans and trainers example, swapping the jeans for tailored trousers can not only look smart, but also fashionable. Which is why most guys stick to jeans or chinos. What makes a smart shoe more casual? For those reasons, wingtips , Derbies , loafers , Chelsea boots and chukkas are better bets than office-y Oxfords.
Sweatshirt and Shirt – Match the jumper with a crisp dress or oxford shirt to nail the smart casual style. Smart casual is easy to grasp with just a few simple pieces PHOTO CREDIT: Vogue On That Note. So, the men’s smart casual dress style isn’t too tricky after all, and with so many combinations, there’s no excuse for you to not try out the look from time to time. Men's Fashion Features. So you go online to search for smart casual style guides that variously counsel everything from shorts, which don’t strike us as especially smart, to Ascot ties. Nov 16, · To that end, the men’s smart casual dress code relays a clear sense of style, but not to the point of being overly formal. It’s equal parts breezy and fashionable, and never nirtsnom.tkr: Scott Purcell, Frank Arthur.