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Top 10 Men’s Style Mistakes, So Obvious You’ll Cringe

Pete Han

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كيفية زيادة الوزن Style mistake #1: the single biggest style mistake that I see guys making is that they’re wearing CLOTHES THAT SIMPLY DON’T FIT them properly. Most of the time, it’s not that they’re wearing clothes that are too small; it’s that they’re wearing clothes that are too big. The simple fix for this is to SIZE DOWN. Try the smaller size.

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aggiungere bande di bollinger opzioni binarie Style mistake #4: Guys NOT WEARING THE RIGHT BELT WITH THE APPROPRIATE DRESS SHOE. The deal is, if you’re wearing a dress shoe, you need to be wearing a dress belt. Your belt also should be matching your shoes not only in leather texture, but in leather finish as well. Meaning, if your shoes are super shiny, dress shoes, your belt should be a super shiny, dress belt. You get it, right? They need to match.

Style mistake #5: BUTTONING THE BOTTOM BUTTON OF YOUR SUIT JACKET. A personal pet peeve of mine. Alright, Gentlemen, it’s 2015. If your suit jacket has two buttons, which ones do you button? The top one. The bottom button is there for show you NEVER want to button it. And if you own a jacket with three buttons, get rid of it. Three buttons belongs in the 90’s.

Style mistake #6: WEARING A SILK TIE AND NOT HAVING A DIMPLE. The dimple is essential when wearing a silk tie.

The dimple takes practice; it takes finesse. It takes trial and error, but it’s that small detail that takes your style from an 8 to 11. We’re past 10.

Style mistake #7: WRINKLED CLOTHING. This is very easy to avoid. If your jeans, t-shirts, long-sleeve casual shirts are in the dryer, and you leave them sitting in the dryer and you go to fold them later, guess what? They’re going to be wrinkled. You need to either iron them or turn the dryer back up, get the heat up, get the wrinkles out, then fold or hang them as soon as they’re done. In any case, gentleman, (if you don’t already) learn to use an iron. There is no excuse for wrinkled clothes.

Style mistake #8: WEARING A CREW NECK UNDERNEATH AN UNBOTTONED DRESS SHIRT. They make V-neck and deep v undershirts for a reason. Undershirts are nice. They keep you warm and dry. They protect your clothes from sweat marks. However, you shouldn’t be able to see them.

Style mistake #9: WEARING DRESS SHIRTS UNTUCKED. This is another one that I see so many guys doing they think they’re going “casual”. LOL. You look like you’re wearing a dress, because dress shirts are intended and meant to be worn tucked in since they are longer. Casual shirts, on the other hand, are cut shorter. There is a difference.

Lastly,

Style mistake #10: WEARING THE WRONG KIND OF SOCKS WITH AN OUTFIT.

Here’s the great thing about the world in which we live in right now, in terms of style… It’s that guys are wearing the most crazy, outlandish socks possible. You don’t even have to match the things, but you definitely need to match the type of sock to the outfit you’re wearing. If you’re just hanging around playing basketball with your boys, you can get away with casual, sporty socks. But if you’re wearing dress shoes, you need to be wearing dress socks. It just makes sense!

And that’s it, gentlemen. Ten common style mistakes and how to fix them.

Here’s the thing… Maybe it’s not you who needs these tips. You’re probably ON POINT. You have it all together. Your friends on the other hand? Your dad, brother, cousin, or uncle? Maybe not.

So share this with them. Is that being a little to blunt? No. I say it’s subtle.

They’ll thank you later, and I will thank you now.

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