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Six tips for the well-dressed man

September 6, 2021 3:22 pm


We all want to dress well to help us look good and feel confident. But truly dressing well is not about following the latest fashions. There are small steps you can take to lift your look and make sure you look enduringly stylish. Follow these six tips to always look well dressed.

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Invest in classics

There are some items of clothing that stand the test of time, like a well-fitting pair of jeans, tailored trousers or a classic T-shirt or blazer. Invest in good wardrobe staples that will last season after season and build your looks around them.

Know your brands

You may not be able to kit yourself out in head-to-toe designers but a few great branded pieces, such as mens Bugatti clothes, can elevate your look instantly. If you are going designer, try to invest in classics piece. The brands you wear will say a lot about you. For example, mens Bugatti clothes such as chinos or a tailored shirt will scream ‘well-dressed man’.

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Be you

What you wear should reflect who you are and how you want to be viewed by others. Take time to find clothes you enjoy wearing as an extension of your personality. Don’t be scared to experiment to find what makes you feel good.

Spend time on your appearance

Shop around for great clothes. Make sure your shoes are polished, get a good haircut, look after your skin – all these things contribute to making you look stylish. These small things add up. Spend some time on your appearance. It may take more than 10 minutes, which according to the Daily Mail, is what one in five office workers spend getting ready for work.

Accessorise well

Good quality accessories can instantly lift an outfit. Get a great watch you want to wear daily, sunglasses that fit your face, and when choosing hats, scarves and gloves, go for a timeless style.

Tailor your look

The key to making a suit look good is great tailoring. If you only have one suit in your wardrobe, make it a classic style in a timeless colour such as navy or black. Invest in a reputable tailor if you can.

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