Whether you’re heavily interested in fashion and style or you’re just someone that genuinely cares about presenting themselves well at all times, these 3 simple style rules will help boost your confidence and make you look more attractive to the opposite sex.
1. Establish a Regular Grooming Routine. Nothing makes me feel better than having a fresh haircut. Fortunately, I cut my own hair so I give myself a shape-up once a week and a haircut every two weeks. This might seem a little excessive and become very expensive since most barbers charge $25 or more for a haircut. Therefore, you can either do what I did and teach yourself how to cut your own hair or start incorporating haircuts into your monthly budget (more on that later).
2. Keep Your Kicks Clean. Whether it is a pair of Yeezy Boost 750’s or a pair of suede double monks, you should keep your shoes clean at all times. It’s no secret that one of the first things that women notice on a man is their shoe game. Therefore, a fresh pair of kicks are essential.
3. http://divipiso.com/rtyre/7706 Wear Clothes that Actually Fit.
Even though there are hundreds of men style blogs and other publications that discuss the importance of fit, there are still men that wear clothes that simply do not fit. In fact, I’ve noticed that a lot of slim guys where clothes (mostly suits) that are too big in order to make them feel larger than they actually are. However, what they should be doing is wearing clothes that actually fit so it can accentuate their physique. Conversely, bigger guys run into this same issue but instead they wear clothes that are too small to make it seem like they’re more muscular than they actually are. Therefore, making them look uptight and uncomfortable in their clothes.
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The Dapper Advisor