Thursday, January 7, 2010

Fashion Dress Tips for Men

  2. The most important thing is to wear clothes that you look and feel good in. Your wardrobe should consist of clothes that reflect your personal style and taste. You may choose to wear brand name clothing, or independent labels.
    Maybe your clothing style veers more towards the retro look, with loud colors, and durable fabrics. Perhaps you feel more comfortable in more contemporary clothing. You can choose to neatly color coordinate your outfits, or go with a funkier, more eccentric style of dress. A critical factor in determining how you should dress, is the occasion you're dressing for. Dress For the Occasion If you're going to work, you should plan to dress in formal attire, unless you have a business casual dress code. Formal work attire for a man is a standard business suit. Wear power colors, such as, black, navy, and gray. Avoid bright colors, like red or yellow. If you don't wear a suit, you should at least wear a shirt, tie, and dress slacks. A blazer is highly recommended.
  3. If you have a more relaxed dress code at work, you can wear collared shirts, and khaki pants. Never wear jeans, t-shirts, or clothing that others may find offensive, to your work place. If you're going to a black tie event, it's probably a good idea to wear a tux. If you don't own a tuxedo, there are plenty of places, like the Men's Wearhouse, where you can rent one.
  4. If you're planning an evening out with your significant other, you can wear jeans, a polo shirt, a button-up shirt, or pretty much anything you feel comfortable in. Save the sweat pants, and track suits for pick-up basketball games, and lying around the house. Footwear & Accessories Footwear is a key ingredient when it comes to fashion. First of all, if you must wear a suit, wear dress shoes, like Bostonians, or Kenneth Cole dress shoes. Never wear athletic footwear to work. It's inappropriate for the work place unless your employer specifies otherwise. Avoid earrings, and other jewelry that may cause distractions in the work place.
  6. On your personal time, you can wear jewelry as long as it's tasteful, and complements your ensemble. For example, a nice watch, or bracelet can be fine, as long as it's not awkward or gawky