Many men find matching and color coordinating their outfits an intimidating task. Fortunately, there are many items in the world of men’s fashion that do not require a degree in fashion design in order to mix and match. Here are six men’s clothing items that go with just about anything.
#1: A White Shirt
Many men find business attire more difficult to coordinate than street clothing. There are more clothing items that need to be matched appropriately, for one thing: jacket, slacks, shirt, and tie. Luckily, you can eliminate the difficulty of coordinating at least one of these clothing items by choosing a white shirt. White dress shirts go with everything, and they create a buffer between your sport jacket and your tie, making it easier to coordinate those as well.
You may have already heard that a suit and tie is your best bet for a job interview. But did you know that your choice of suit and tie can be just as important as wearing business wear in the first place?Different colors, patterns, and cuts can give potential employers different impressions. The differences are subtle, and often their effect is on a subconscious level, but they could still mean the difference between getting the job…and getting the boot.
Here are five things to wear in order to impress a potential employer.
When it comes to men’s dress shirts, any old shirt will do, right? Wrong! There are a variety of different styles of button down shirts, each of which contribute to a different style or complement a different body type. Before buying this essential piece of the men’s fashion puzzle, make sure you know enough to decide what exactly you’re looking for.
Types of Collars on Men’s Dress Shirts
The most important part of a dress shirt is its collar, due to its close proximity to your face. When shopping for a men’s dress shirt, there are a few basic collar types you need to be aware of. The style of collar that you decide on will depend on your face shape and the look you want to achieve.
In today’s day and age, many men rarely find themselves in a position where they have to wear a suit, tie, or even a dress shirt. In fact, with the popularity of the “business casual” working environment, some men don’t have a single suit in their closet – and if they do, it’s so old that it’s either out of style or no longer fits (or both). If this is you, it can be disconcerting to suddenly find yourself invited to a special occasion where you have to wear a suit.
Are you in the unfortunate predicament of having to find yourself an appropriate outfit for a special occasion – and having a limited amount of time to do it in? If so, these tips can help you find the perfect suit quickly and easily.