Mastering Permanent Fashion

07 Sep

Style and fashion will always be an issue when it comes to men’s clothing.
Like women, we too have some style and fashion essentials that should always be found in our closet.

Ideally we should build our wardrobe a few pieces at a time over a decade. A well equipped wardrobe is an essential part of men’s fashion.Right clothing injects confidence, makes a person look stylish and also attracts the ladies. But, there will always be those clothes that will never go out of style. With some essential stuff in the wardrobe, a unique and flexible collection can be easily carried out with style.

First things first, buy enough casual clothing to last two weeks to a month. Being casual
can be fashionable. Purchase mostly solid-colored pieces, with a few patterns thrown in
for evening or social events. We should make sure the clothing fits us appropriately. For
business clothing, we can plan on having enough garments to go one full week without
hitting the dry cleaners. To that end, purchase a mixture of suits, dress pants, jackets,
plus matching ties and shirts. Pare down accessories by getting rid of dated pieces. For
most guys, chunky gold chains, super-shiny pendants and huge rings look gaudy and
should be avoided.Not all of us can pull off the swagger look. Adhering to these major
factors would help in deciding the personality and style we want to portray. A sensible
choice of these essentials can make us look elegant, classy and charming. Picking the right
clothes is very important both in casual and professional scenarios. Slowly integrating
these finds into our closet, we will be ready at a moment’s notice for whatever event is
thrown our way.

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Posted by on September 7, 2012 in Fashion, Men's Fashion


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