Are You Dressing For Success?
Are you about to go out on a first date, job interview, or just going out on the town. How you dress yourself can mean a lot of different things. It can be the deal breaker in getting that job, getting a second date, or being treated better than the average customer, or just dressing nice for your wife. You should always dress yourself as if every moment is important. I will list a few examples on how you should dress for success. Luckily for men our styles rarely change, so you could just end this whole thing with "I'm Wearing suits for life!" and never have to read another article like this again.
Find Your Style
Everyone has a "Look", this could be anything from the hair, to the shoes, pants, or shirts this person wears. In the end however it is everything combined that make up the "Look" of this person. What is your look? You should look at yourself in the mirror and compare how you typically dress with someone that you think dresses well. Do you have a wild set of hair with a barely managed beard? Then you want to look like Tom Brady and get the kind of girl he has, that's not going to happen dressed like a neanderthal. You still need to be you, find what you like and then kill that style!
Find Your Fit
Something that "fits" does not mean it needs to be Uncomfortable. Just because you see everyone else wearing skinny jeans, doesn't mean you need to if you don't like the way they fit. You should get yourself fitted by a professional tailor to get a better idea of your "actual" size, rather than just assuming you are the same size you were in high school. Yes, I'm sorry to say you probably are not the same size as you were in high school. A fit is more than just your size, it's also the styling of Clothes. I personally prefer fitted clothes, they make my muscles bulge out of the shirt. I honestly feel they make me look better and I feel more confident when I wear a fitted shirt than a baggy shirt.
Wear What's Comfortable
This is the most important rule to follow, wear what feels comfortable. You could spend and look like a million bucks, but if the clothes are to tight, you can't breath in them, or you personally don't feel good about wearing it. Then it isn't important. This doesn't mean dress like a bum, and certainly classy clothes can be restricting. It's up to you, then man, to figure out if it's uncomfortable because you aren't used to it, or uncomfortable because it sucks. That's why you should ask employees or your wife to help you find what looks best on you.
I hope this was helpful to you all. Do you have any feedback about how you look good? How do you feel when you wear the perfect outfit?