80% of what others first notice about us is our clothes. And just by avoiding many of the common dress mistakes men make they can boost their outward image and greatly enhance the impression they make on others.
What you wear really does make a difference in how you influence the people around you. When your credibility is crucial, in situations such as job interviews or first dates, it is important to made a “good” first impression and new research shows us how best we can do that.
Color theory can be a complex topic but understanding the basics can give you the knowledge you need to mix and match your clothes to take advantage of the natural ways our eyes perceive colors and to give your style a more harmonious look.
You choice of how you mix and match the elements of your attire can have lasting impression on how you look to others. Some colors work well together and others do not. Learn how to coordinate the colors that work for you and the image you want to convey.
Learn how to put together all the diverse components of attire — a suit, shirt, tie, pocket square, belt, shoes, socks, pants, etc. By learning about pattern, color, fabric weight, fabric texture you’ll know how to tie it all together.
One of the first things we notice when we meet someone is their shoes. So what better way to shine than having a beautiful pair of shoes that look brand new. This guide explains types of polish, the preparation, polishing techniques, and all the tips and tricks to give your shoes the ultimate shoe shine.
There are three “standard” necktie knots, Four-In-Hand, Windsor, Half Windsor and one “not so” standard, The Pratt or Shelby. See all the steps involved in tying each of these main neckties as well as a Bow Tie and an Ascot.
Socks protect your feet from rubbing against your shoes, keep your feet warm, and provide another style element in your wardrobe. Learn how to choose the right pair of socks for any occasion.
A number of recent studies suggest that dressing up for work in a suit or blazer could do wonders for an employee’s productivity, whether going into a negotiation, making a sales call or even participating in a video-conference with business associates.
“Fashion passes, style remains.”
— Coco Chanel (1883-1971), founder of Chanel
Men’s clothing, unlike women’s, is more traditional and less fashion oriented. It takes several seasons for men’s designers to change even slightly the width of a necktie.
What you wear can change how you think! We think not just with our brains but with our bodies We’ve established that how you dress really does make an impression on others and affects how they perceive you and how they treat you.