Simple Tips for Men to Avoid Fashion Blunder in the Corporate World
Ever had that feeling of never dressing up good but never quite making an impact? If so, there is much that can be done about it.
The most important tip, any fashion expert will give you is to know what you want to look like, know your style. Quite often the case is such that men follow the general trends, and that is the problem with them. General trends are meant to be general, and may not suit you. For instance, bigger checks on a thin man of smaller checks on a big man gives the worst expression ever.
In the corporate world, you need your own an aesthetic ideas, and define your own style. You are likely to be more successful that way, instead of following general trends.
One of the most underlying blunder men often make is matching cloths. A blue shirt with a blue dress pant, or any other same colored trouser shirt combination is a mood killer for anyone around you. It makes you look like your mother dressed you up and that sent how you would want to enter the corporate world.
A friendly tip we have is always use two colors, the only thing that should match on your dress is the color of your belt with that of your shoes. At the same time, avoid wearing too many colors. The best way around this is to wear simple, and less.
Also you may have come across men who are suited and booted well, but they don’t put on a belt. Yes if your trouser fits you won’t need a belt, but you are not really dressing up for your need now are you? A belt completes your dress the same way a leaf completes a flower. Besides, what else will you match your shoes with?
Wearing shirts is great, wearing clam colors is great too, but wearing the same color tie as your shirt is a no go. The point of your tie is to create a contrast somewhere on the upper part of your body. Imagine a suit, with no tie, the chest area looks empty and dull, to fill it up you wear a tie, but if it’s the same color as your shirt, well you still have an empty space like impression up there. But overdoing too is a problem, so an honest tip, don’t wear a tie with too many colors, or a check tie, instead of filling up the space, it makes it look messy instead, like a traffic jam. A smooth tie with opposite contrast to your shirt is great, or at least a bit of a color difference.
When it comes to ties, another blunder is mixing strips with checks. It just happens to add too much color to your attire, and well you would look like a jigsaw puzzle. Also, brown shoes usually work better with blue suits, or gray to be a little more flexible. But a black suit hates brown shoes, and that is a tip you will be thankful for following.
At the end of the day, of course it again, comes back to you and your taste. Following brands is a big mistake most men make while deciding on their fashions style. It’s always better to be you than what others would want you to be.