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Men’s Clothing And Influence – How A Man’s Clothes Affects Others – Male Style Advice

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28 Responses to Men’s Clothing And Influence – How A Man’s Clothes Affects Others – Male Style Advice

  • loukasmichael says:

    What about dressing right for the occassion? Watching your videos made me change my wardrobe and and as expected people started noticing. While my friends still wear that T-shirt and jean (which I used to wear) when hanging out with them I seem to them overdressed just because I’m wearing a blazer, a sweater, jeans and loafers, for a coffee, which is pretty casual outfit. I’ve tried to convince them but they don’t understand and, while i dress appropriate i don’t feel right. what’s the problem?

  • 2003SCT says:

    I know what you mean…I’m 32 and live in Las Vegas now but spent the first 20 years of my life in Janesville, WI. What I have found is that the area does have a lot to do with it but the specific environment has even more to do with it. I worked for a motorsports company a couple years back and the people would give me crap for “dressin’ too fancy” at work. But outside of that, I found that dressing up was respected. Las Vegas tends to be quite “trendy” dress-wise though

  • AnomalyTea says:

    This rings true for both my profession (IT as well) AND the area I live. Standing out as well-dressed at work means wearing a shirt with collar stays and pants without cargo pockets. That even goes for upper management, depending on which of our sites you’re at.
    Also, the city I’m in is ridiculously casual. People show up to one of the nicest restaurants in town in pj pants and sweatshirts. I get weird looks when I wear a tie. Suits are almost for weddings only in my city.

  • Viper4ever05 says:

    why do they have this need to ruin these high end brands? hugo boss for example why couldnt they have stayed in Germany? they are a premium brand so I expect to pay a higher price, so why the hell is there a need to cut costs. It’s like ferrari moving production to china to cut costs, when it can simply charge more to cover costs and still maintain their image of quality.

  • piratedave89 says:

    I would love to see him tear apart a jacket. Both for the fun of it and because it would be interesting to see how they’re constructed.

  • RealMenRealStyle says:

    We’re just starting to work on getting some images and fancier footage into these, so that one may be a little ways off…but it’s a good thought and I’ll add it to our list!

  • avenancius says:

    Hey Chrys im gonna give you pearls here:
    Clothing that can withstand the test of time is usually clothing that does not get thrown into machines. 85% of all clothing companies throw their roll of fabrics into machines, now here is the opposite: a brand name Kiton lets their fabrics rest in buckets of oil to increase & maintain the natural shine of the fabric & also improving its quality (strength)
    Also comes construction:I will say loose construction (tailored) improves the lifetime

  • Chrys Perez says:

    What I was really expecting from this video was training to what makes an article of clothing one that will withstand the test of time. Maybe you already have one and can direct me to the video.

  • RealMenRealStyle says:

    Could be many things – cheap cotton used to make the shirt, you’re washing with the collar folded, hard water that’s pulling the life out of the cotton fibers, overdrying. Try washing with a gentle detergent such as woolite and letting airdry. You can also look to press the collar straight ahd then fold. Finally – look for a better quality brand with a tighter weave close to Lacoste (the gold standard).

  • ncarver1987 says:

    Antonio:
    I have a problem with my polo shirts. The collar always seems to become compressed. I’m not sure if that is the best word to describe the situation. The collar, after a few washes, becomes flattened, and doesn’t lay correctly. Instead it stands straight up with the backside and the front side folded tightly against one another. It looks silly. Any advice?

    Respectfully:

    Nicholas.

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