This is my new year’s gift to all my readers… Its probably late tho for such a gift but i guess my beautiful present will be definitely useful for you today.
Most men don’t pay much attention to their appearance or how fashionable they look not because they cant afford to buy the essential stuff but sometimes it could be very difficult to decide what to buy, after making that decision, what to wear becomes another issue and the worst of it all how to combine them??… Some also have limited funds for clothes and shoes but they want to look good, what to buy comes in again because such a person doesn’t want to go home after shopping feeling like he wasted the few cash he had. So I propose you go through these tips and try to grab some points.
1. Buy Less, Buy Clever
This first tip isn’t so much a pearl of wisdom as plain common sense. Before you even think about investing in the latest trend in early 2016, have a long think about whether or not you’ve covered your basics first.
Buy the black trousers that will go with everything, or the Oxford shirt that can be dressed up or down, and don’t be afraid to splurge on them either. They’ll last longer and you can wear them with practically everything. Take your cue from ol’ man Clause himself: make a list, check it twice and make sure that your wardrobe actually has all of those ‘classics’ you hear so much about standing the test of time.
2. Dress For Your Age
We can talk about Obrafour’s peculiar inability to reconcile his actual age with an age-appropriate wardrobe. And whether in the grip of a midlife crisis or a misguided attempt at looking mature, our wardrobes often end up being the giveaway.
Dress according to your decade. In your twenties, it’s still acceptable to experiment. In your thirties, it’s important to begin dressing like you’re a grown-up (even if your life choices to date say something else). In your forties, you should consider putting your rebellious days behind you (no slashed denim and studded leather jackets please). And in your fifties, recognise that the fit of your clothes is just as important as how comfortable they are.
The truth is, it doesn’t matter what age a man is – he can still look sharp and on top of his sartorial game.
3.Be Swayed By Suede
Suede jackets used to be the oxymoron of the luxury fashion world; incredibly expensive to produce but almost always naff in their design. Those oversized, shapeless vintage versions you see haunting charity shops? They were just as shudder-inducing in their heyday.
In 2016, however, suede should be taken wherever you can find it. There are summer suede jackets, winter suede jackets, suede overshirts, shoes and bags to take your pick from. And it’s not just run-of-the-mill shades of brown, stone and tan that it comes in now, either – 2016’s suede is a veritable rainbow of touchably soft luxury.
“Soft and supple to handle, suede gets better with age and its velvety surface means it shows the best of both deep and soft colour palettes.
Just don’t take it out in the rain.
4.Accessorise All Areas
Got your basics collection completed and live in a uniform of black, navy and grey? Yes, you may look well put together, but without a spark of originality, you risk blending in with the rest of them.
Make 2016 the year you invest in accessories. The appeal of accessories is that you can choose a level of commitment that suits you. Tentatively show off your originality with a subtly patterned scarf. Feeling braver?
In short, it’s an easy way to upgrade your look without breaking the bank. You can even get jewelry for free online.
5. Keep Your Shirts In Check
The shirt is the unsung hero of a man’s wardrobe. But come the end of the day, this workhorse usually sits crumpled at the foot of the bed. In 2016, take due care of this timeless staple – follow these tips and reap the dividends:
- Wash a shirt at no more than 40 degrees Celsius.
- Wear your shirt only once before washing.
- Take your shirt off carefully, folding once length-ways and then sideways before putting into your washing machine.
- Use a fine cloth (such as linen) to place between your shirt and the iron to prevent damage. I hope these tips were useful to u guys….. Have a good day!!