Seven Steps To Great Style

First impressions matter for every man. Whether you have the swag of Jay-Z or the charisma of Clooney, you won’t get very far if your wardrobe screams fashion disaster.

 Women like a man who knows what to wear and how to wear it. In fact, some say that a man’s sense of style can make or break their relationship.

We’re here to save you from fashion faux pas and point you in the right direction.

Keep it basic

If you look at the men that consistently top the best-dressed list, you’ll see they make sensible style choices and go for a natural look. Focus on buying some shirts, casual trousers, and an overcoat. Simple colour combinations make more of a statement than dramatic ones.

Underneath your clothes

Yes, it matters how your underwear looks and it matters even more if it’s old. Replace it every six months and treat your underwear as you’d treat your other items of clothing.

Wear cologne

A smartly dressed man is expected to smell good. With so many choices out there, it’s more important to find the right scent, rather than the ‘must have’ scent. Everybody suits different colognes, so don’t be afraid to test some out and see which works for you.


Firstly, avoid bootcut at all costs. The 80s are long gone, and it’s all about slim-fitting denim now. It may seem counterintuitive, but many advise people not to wash their jeans regularly.

Keep it smart

Every woman loves a man in a suit, so you need to make sure yours is well fitted. Mens Farah shirts look and feel great, and they’re reasonably priced. You can find them in many places, such as

Be spontaneous

Instead of planning your casual outfits the night before, wait until morning to pick them. It means you’ll be more comfortable in what you wear for the day. Always plan your formal wear in advance, though.

Read the label

The last thing you want to do is spend money on your new wardrobe, then ruin it because you didn’t read the label. Some items are dry clean only, and throwing them in the washing machine will mean having to spend more money in the long run.

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