Dress for the situation

It’s always better to be a little bit overdressed than underdressed in a situation.

All you have to do is think about where and who you’re going to be with and just step it up one notch. But make sure you’re not better dressed than someone who is more important in a certain setting, like you’re boss. From: kinowear.com

Measuring for the best fit

Before beginning your dress-for-success-transformation, it’s important to know your size.

Not just around the hips, but everywhere. A suit that fits poorly expresses to the business world that you don’t take the time to ensure things are done correctly and to the best of your ability.

It might sound shallow, but subconsciously if people see you in an outfit that doesn’t fit right, your services might not fit right for them.

From: charlestonstyleconcierge

Sweater rules

Some sweaters are lean and others are big and chunky. The first rule of thumb is that your top and bottom halves need to match. If you’re wearing a big, chunky, rugged fisherman knit sweater, your bottom needs to be rugged, too.

From: kinowear.com

Standard interviewing attire

The standard job interviewing attire for men is a conservative dark navy or gray two-piece business suit (of natural fibers, such as wool, if possible), a white long-sleeved button-down dress shirt, a conservative silk tie (that matches the colors in your suit), and nicely polished dress shoes.

From: quintcareers.com

To cuff or not to cuff on pants

If you’re wearing a trim, modern suit with flat-front pants the kind often shown in men’s fashion magazines you should not cuff your pants.

However, if you’re a guy who likes a classic suit with a single pleat, go for a cuff but not more than one and a half inches deep.

From: catalogs.com

Honor thy tailor

According to GQ, even the best suits need altering. In men’s fashion this is probably the most important detail that is not always adhered to.

From: catalogs.com

What’s your belt size?

Your belt size is usually 2 inches more than your waist size (example: if you have a 28-inch waist, you would choose a 30-inch belt).

From: ftmguide.org

What color are your socks?

One of the basic fashion tips that men should keep in mind is that their socks should always match the color of the pants/ trousers. Wearing brown socks with black pants and vice-versa is a strict no-no.

From: iloveindia.com

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Watch your belt and shoes

One of the more overlooked areas of stylish dressing is the relationship between belts and shoes. The first point to make regarding belts and shoes is that you should not actually match them, they should compliment each other. 

From: gallostyle.com

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The best suits to buy

The goal is to find a conservative and professional look that is classy but not too flashy. The best choice is a charcoal gray 2-piece suit, white dress shirt, and a tie with some, but not too much color.

From: cheap-neckties.com

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Alway dress to impress

You might be asking yourself if you are just running to the grocery store why you need to wear your best clothes. The answer is simple. You never know when you are going to meet a girl you might be interested in dating.

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Dress for a first impression

First impressions are made by how someone is dressed, if someone makes eye contact, and how firm someone’s handshake is. It is important that you show confidence without coming across too arrogant.

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Clothing sizes

Clothing sizes in the United States are different than those found in most other countries.

If you are a visitor from another country shopping for clothes in the USA, it might be useful to know the differences in US sizes: View the size chart.

From: usatourist.com

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Slim down with this clothing tip

Clothing that is too large may feel comfortable but makes you look heavier.

From: azstarnet.com

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