Mens Fashion Tips
When it comes to mens fashion tips, I am more than happy to share with you what works for me, and will do so as this fashion tips section continues to unfold. But for now, I would like to refer you to the experts.
These guys can do a better job of keeping you up-to-date on all the newest fashion trends from clothing and footwear, to hairstyles, watches, and accessories. The resources listed below eat, sleep, and breath mens fashion tips, so there is no way I am going to pretend I know more than them (hell, I even refer to them when sprucing up my own wardrobe).
And they are brutally honest too!
So if you are still pedaling around town in sports jerseys, track pants, wife beaters, Birkenstocks, and flip-flops (god bless you), then you’ll seriously need to pay attention to what they have to say about style (especially if you care about ever finding yourself a date…).
Esquire is very brutal when it comes to mens fashion tips, but that’s because they know exactly what they are talking about!
I began my subscription to Esquire back in January of this year and their advice helped me to avoid plunking a bunch of cash on a bunch of clothing and accessories that do nothing to help you look eye-catching and appealing to women. Esquire is more than just a magazine, it’s a style bible!
Take for instance this months magazine (March 2008) in where they feature a section entitled The (New) Laws of Casual Style. Here are a few quotes from some of these “brutally honest” mens fashion tips that had me looking at my wardrobe collection very differently:
- Quote #61: Berets: no. Not in Paris, France, and especially not in Paris, Texas.
- Quote #4: The closest a man should ever come to touching denim shorts is helping a woman out of them
- Quote #6: “I’m on vacation” has never been a good excuse for anything, including doing body shots, ignoring intelligence warnings about possible terrorist attacks, and wearing whatever you damn well please.
- Quote #26: A $40 pair of jeans can fit you just as well and look just as good as a $200 pair. They’ll just take a whole lot longer to find.
Note: Esquire Magazine was designed for the professional male. When I say professional I am talking about men who’s salaries allow them the luxury of being able to spend an upwards of $5,000-$10,000+ on their wardrobe and not lose any sleep over it.
For instance, one model’s attire they describe the details, price, and designer:
Double-breasted silk blazer ($3,740), cotton shirt ($500), and silk pocket square ($105) by Tom Ford; cotton trousers ($395) by Calvin Klein Collection; alligator belt ($995) by Ralph Lauren.
BUT DO NOT FRET! If you aren’t looking to drop that much loot on these types of clothing then you can use the styles listed in this magazine as a boiler plate and seek out less expensive alternative styles such as Tommy Hilfiger, Hugo Boss, Sean John, IZOD, Nautica, etc.
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