Cary Grant said that “All it takes are a few simple outfits. And there’s one secret – The Simpler The Better.”
Style is not about what you wear, it’s how you put it together. Its about wearing things that bring out your personality. You should feel good when you step out the door for a night out. Don’t force it and keep it simple.
See how Mr. Grant does it right with a white shirt, a black suit and a black silk tie. You can’t see it in the picture but I am sure he was also wearing freshly shined shoes. Even the Oxford style button down collar (that now cheaply adorn the “working man” and “weekend warriors” in a variety of pastel colors…gross) Also, notice the different color pocket square… This is how a simple outfit reflects your own personal taste. We have to be thorough in your dress and leave no details out.
This is clothing matching personality to a T.
Keeping it simple will ensure that you look and feel your best all the time. People will pay attention to the small details if you do as well. You probably already have a black suit in your closet that you only wear to weddings and funerals. Do yourself and the people around you a favor and take it to the tailor!!! For 30 or 40 dollars you could get it altered and really feel good about rocking it. Hang up the khakis and the polo shirt. (in fact burn them both) and get right. The next time you meet a girl on a Friday night in your freshly pressed and tailored suit you’ll thank me and she will too…. I promise.
BURN ALL THE KHAKIS!! Love what you have to say about attention to detail. Reminds me of stuff I’ve often said regarding my own field. Great stuff, can’t wait to read more!!
I have been so beeewdlrid in the past but now it all makes sense!
So that’s the case? Quite a revelation that is.
Bravo! This is a great idea. A LOT of men need help with style.