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Men's Rules of Style

source: details men's style by Daniel Peres TAKE AN HONEST LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND BE REALISTIC ABOUT WHAT YOU LOOK LIKE coming to terms with your body type can be liberating. Once you start wearing suits and trousers cut precisely to fit you, you'll realize this. No man looks elegant in a too-tight jacket or baggy pants.80% of style is having the right clothes for the occasion .Dress codes may have relaxed in recent years, but there are still rules. When in doubt, err on the formal side- and if you're going to a business...

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-Giorgio Armani- Rules of Style

Clothing is the outward expression of the inner person It's important to dress in a way that sends the right message but also looks effortless and natural. wearing clothing that inappropriate to your inner character is the biggest mistake a man can make in terms of fashion.An air of mystery is a very sensual thing. I don't believe that women need to show a lot of skin to be sexy-why reveal to the entire world what is yet to be unwrapped?Sexy is not a matter of age; it's matter of attitude Look at Richard Gere and Annette Bening...

Formal Wear

Men's tuxedos aren't quite the same animal as men's suits, however they do share many similarities. For instance you will notice that they both have options for single and double breasted models as well as mandarin collars.The main difference between the two is the types of events a person will normally wear a tux to are usually different than the ones a person might wear a suit to. The average office worker will not wear a tuxedo to work, but they might wear a suit.Also you will notice that some of the accessories differ between suit and tux...

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How To Buy a Suit

How to buy a suit, is the question of the day for many men trying to purchase a suit for the first time. Of course it really isn't that hard to go to the store, give them your credit card and leave with a suit. However, I'm sure anybody spending hundreds of dollars would like to know what he's buying first.One of the main points of this website is to make you an informed buyer. This section along with, how to wear a suit, should give you all you need to make a proper purchase. Let's get started The first thing you absolutely need to...

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The Perfect Fit

You could have the most expensive suit on the market, but if it doesn't fit properly, you're going to look like a farmer. A suit should be neither too tight not too loose, it should gently hug the body, but not restrict you in any way.A suit jacket should pull smoothly across your back when buttoned. the lapels are meant to lay flat across the chest. Some padding in the shoulders, can help fill out your frame. Needless to say, there is no one style that works best for all men. Take your time. Do your research. And whatever you do, trust the...

All About Suit

The suit is the most important set of clothing in a man's wardrobe, and it should be worn proudly-and regularly. The right suit has the ability to transcend mere dressing. Like Superman's cape, a suit brings otherwise hidden attributes to the surface: power , confidence , authority . No wonder it's has been the staple of masculine dress for the better part of a century. Suit Basics 1. The SHOULDERS A good suits starts at the soulders. It should fit your posture and flatter your frame. If your suit...

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Suit Fabric

Suit fabric really does make the suit literally and figuratively. Linen, polyester, wool, cotton, tweed, herringbone, flannel, silk, poplin, seersucker, and cashmere, are the materials that usually make up a suit.A mens linen suit will not feel the same as a polyester suit, and a polyester suit will not feel the same as a wool suit...etc. Also a suits price will vary greatly depending on what kind of material it is made up of.Below you will find a brief overview of the different types of suit material you may find while searching for your...

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Suit Care

Suit care should be on the top of your to do list once you purchase your suit. Some things to consider are: dry cleaning, tailoring, storage and moth protection.Why?Moth Protection - It would be a great tragedy if you wore a $1,000.00 suit once and then found it had been eaten by moths the second time you went to wear it. Moth protection is a must for anybody keeping suits in their house. These little insects can cause big problems in a matter of seconds. Unless you plan on keeping an eye on all your suits at all times you should...

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