Men Fashion: Follow Your Own Style Revisit

1:14 am Contributed by JW

I realized that more and more men today are focus on fashion and style, knowing looking good is an asset in every aspect of their lives: Business, personal or, social. The fact is, a well groomed man is as important as his personality. In fact, most of you should agreed with me that first impression always count. How to get a stylish look your comfortable with Some men feel confident enough to do this for themselves, for those who are less confident an image consultant can be employed, to give help and advice. Alternatively, cheaper way is to learn from the web.
Men Fashion & Style
In today's world, to stay one step ahead, it's important to look your best. That means developing your own sense of style and this does not simply mean following fashions and trends for the sake of it. There is a big difference between being stylish and just following the latest men's fashion trends for the sake of them. A man fashion victim is someone who wants follow all the latest men's fashion trends regardless of whether they suit their body shape looks or, age and is someone who can't put his look together. Looking your best does require a certain amount of effort, but ultimately, your clothes have to fit right, and suit your style, image and personality. As I mentioned before, it's not about the clothes you wear -- it's about how you wear them. There are enough styles out there, so I am sure you are comfortable finding your own style.
Be yourself
I always belief Wear what you think looks good, not what you believe is trendy. You should always feel comfortable with what you're wearing, so stick to items that suit your personality and style, while keeping the occasion and setting in mind. The key with men's fashion is always to match it to your personality, age and personal features. Keep a good balance of basic and fashionable clothes in your wardrobe. As a rule of thumb, not more than half of your wardrobe should not consist of trendy clothes, or worse, clothes that are out of style. Finally, brand is always trendy and style, but it sometimes doesn't mean it will look good on you. So don't follow blindly.

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  1. Garry said...

    The facts are that men are better dressed in the Noughties, than in the Nineties, I see this improving more since most now are using the web for advice. Great source of fashion advice, it speaks sense which I often need.

  2. hanafi said...

    i think what you said is true.. fashion is not all about trend and following others.. its about being yourself and having your own style.

  3. Make penguin costume said...

    I agree with you to "be yourself" in everything I wear.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Be yourself and be different among others, that is likely some trends statement right now.

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  6. mens jewellery said...

    Wonderful blog on the mens fashion i liked it very much.
    All of them dress superb and awesome.

  7. Robert said...

    Mens fashion has come a long way. In the article it talks about being comfortable in what you wear. The only caution is most often guys pick confort over style and totally miss the mark. There is a fine line between comfort and style

  8. JW said...

    Hi Robert,
    well say, you are absolutely right. The fine line is what we need to define!! :)

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