We are here to take all your confusion and stress away, yes this is for all the men out there. Women can shop anywhere and anytime but when it comes to men, it is a tedious task to drag them to the mall or store. They prefer to watch one year old football match rather than hitting the stores. Well yeah you know shopping for men can be tough too, but looking sharper than 99% of other guys is actually fairly simple and merely requires knowing and doing little stuff right keeping that in mind we have listed some personal styling tips for men, to make them their very own personal stylist.


  1. Get the right fit Stylist
  2. Good denim is a must to have
  3. Always, always go for the classic first
  4. Be effortless
  5. No clown thingies
  6. Have the essentials
  7. Go for solid neutral colors


Get the Right fit Stylist

Fit is the most important thing if you want to look great. If you flaunt those biceps and curve lines of your abs go for slim fit and t-shirts. When clothes don’t fit properly, they throw off your body proportions. Because of the excess fabric, clothes that are too big, make you not only look sloppy, but fatter and shorter than you are. Men have the tendency to wear clothes that are too big for them because it either “feels more comfortable”, or they just don’t know how clothes are supposed to fit in the first place. So right fit is the key to look good always.


Get the right fit

Good denim is a must to have

The go-to casual legwear for any guy is a pair of jeans, which should be a must have in your wardrobe. A good denim as it sounds very easy to find and be worn effortlessly can only look amazing, as long as you ́re wearing the right pair. Always avoid baggy and loose jeans. You obviously want to avoid having to pull up your jeans every two seconds. They should keep themselves up without a belt. Your jeans should not pool around your ankles. Another tip to follow is to avoid embellishments. That means: No excessive distress, no rips, and none of that bleaching nonsense. Also please avoid, big logos anywhere on your outfit and especially on your jeans.
Instead, keep your jeans simple. Go for a clean, dark-blue pair that fits or a medion light blue tone.


Good denim is a must to have

Always, always go for the classic first

Instead of going for the new trends and styles around you, pick out the classics first. You can look good if you choose to go with ‘100% unique personal styling’. Some styles are evergreen and come in the classics list which you should surely try out. Focus on the classic suits first then you can spin your own personal styling game.


Always, always go for the classic first

Be effortless Stylist

Men actually look good when they dress themselves without thinking much and just going with what suits the best or making instant choices. If a man is completely clueless but genuinely interested in improving his own style, the best thing he could do for himself is realize that style comes from confidence. When a guy is confident in who he is and the choices he has to make, he can easily look good. All it takes is a bit of reading, research, and application of the things he learns.

No clown thingies

It’s the time where you really cannot wear just anything and step out. According to the time and age your wardrobe also needs mending and changing. Those embellishments and motifs on your jeans, jacket or t-shirt suited only till you were eight or nine. Women still can wear that punk and pink colored top from their childhood wardrobe, but for men it doesn’t work. You really have to dress like a grown up. Stay away from graphic tees and bright coloured jeans and awful combinations from top to below in your outfit.Instead, opt for solid, one-color t-shirts, striped tees or henleys.
You might also consider wearing polo shirts or casual shirts. Just because you’re dressing casual doesn’t mean you can’t wear a collar. And a simple white shirt looks great with a pair of dark blue jeans.


dress like a grown up

Have the Essentials For Style

To make your styling game strong men really need to have some classic essentials, which they can wear anywhere and everywhere without thinking much. You should go with the trends as well, but you know that trends come and go and die down. So blindly focusing on the trends would be a big mistake you will be making while shopping. Classic styles are like classic movies. The Godfather. Back to the Future. Taxi Driver. They’re not going anywhere.

That’s the advantage of classic styles of clothes. They’re time tested to look good. A leather jacket, dark blue jeans, boots? Looked great in the 1950s, still looks good today. So, start shifting your shopping habits to look for and buy classic styles.

Go for solid neutral colors

Every man’s wardrobe should be based around neutral colors. They’re colors that aren’t overpowering. Because they’re not overpowering they easily mix with each other. Powerful colors like a neon green and orange? Pretty hard to work with.

If your wardrobe is all neutral colors, you don’t need to know “how to mix and match colors”. A neutral color wardrobe is essentially self-working! You’ve probably already been dressing in mostly neutral colors without even knowing it. Neutral colors are white, black, navy, olive, grey, khaki, brown and beige. Neutral colors aside from it being self working, is that it’s a very masculine color palette. It makes you look refined, serious, and put together. It also provides the perfect backdrop when you want to start introducing more color to your wardrobe. What you can do is to take a ratio of 3:1 when it comes to solid neutrals and non-neutral colors. Take some time and check your closet. Do you have more non-neutrals, graphics and pattern clothes than solid neutrals? Make a note to start balancing it out to hit a 3:1 ratio.


Go for solid neutral colors

So now you what should be the points to remember when you are getting dressed, And before you know it, you’ll look in the mirror, and you’ll see a guy looking back who looks just like you, except, a better-dressed version of you.


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