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How to Wear a Denim Shirt. Denim shirts are back in style.

How to Wear a Denim Shirt

If you don’t have one in your closet yet, it’s a worthy investment. Other types of casual shirt are still quite similar in fabric and general aesthetics, but a denim shirt will bring something different to your wardrobe. It will add some variety. Denim shirts still have the stigma of being primarily worn by people’s dads, but a stylish man can wear items in ways that break their stigma. It’s not the shirts themselves that give people the dad-look, it’s the way some people wear them.

I’ll give you a few stylish ways to wear a denim shirt that are quite easy to pull off. Look 1: Denim Shirt with Chinos Wearing a Denim Shirt with Chinos is the Easiest Way to Pull the Look Off The easiest way to make a denim shirt work is to wear a pair of chino pants with them. Chinos in light shades of brown work especially well with denim shirts, just look at the images above. Rules of Men's Dress - The Fine Young Gentleman.

All style is relative.

Rules of Men's Dress - The Fine Young Gentleman

Some people will disagree with what this blog dictates is good style, and this blog would most likely disagree with them on what they think is good style. As you can imagine, this results in a situation in which there is no single list of men’s dress rules that are comprehensive and absolute. The following are a set of rules that The Fine Young Gentleman stands by. There are some rules that are immutable, such as the one that a man should match the metal of the bit on his loafer with the buckle on his belt with the metal on his suspenders with the buttons on his blazer with the metal of his cufflinks.

Then there are some rules that have exceptions, such as the rule that a man’s socks should match the color of his pants. Save Money and Shop Smart: Know the Style Pyramid. Let’s just be honest: style, for men, is a hard thing to grasp.

Save Money and Shop Smart: Know the Style Pyramid

It’s especially hard when buying new clothes. We always forget our sizes, we don’t know how things are supposed to fit, and we can never figure out what matches or looks good. Sometimes what we buy ends up sitting in the closet because we don’t like the way it fits or looks when we wear it. In short, shopping for clothes can feel like a confusing or frustrating process. But it doesn’t have to be. My favorite tool for selecting clothes that look good on you is the Style Pyramid. It’s a simple three-step rubric: Fit, Fabric, and Style. Fit, Fabric, & Style – The Style Pyramid A piece of clothing that doesn’t meet all three criteria is a piece of clothing you’re better off not wearing.

Fit sits at the top of the pyramid. Work your way through the pyramid in this order when you’re thinking about buying clothes. When all three intersect — then it’s time to buy. Fit Fit is at the top of the pyramid for a reason. The Complete Guide to Suits: 57 Rules of Style. Blazer ($1,595), pants ($295), and shirt ($295) by Burberry Prorsum.

The Complete Guide to Suits: 57 Rules of Style

Tie ($130) by Band of Outsiders. Pocket square ($65 for three) by Brooks Brothers. Rule #1 We've said it before and we'll say it again: Fit is everything. (See above.) Even the world's most expensive suit will look bad if it isn't tailored to the contours of your body. Rule #2 Some think button-down collars are for casual wear only, but they can work great with dressier looks as well. Rule #3 Polka dots are a great way to bring energy to a suit. Rule #4 A tried-and-true pattern like herringbone or glen plaid in a muted shade makes an impression without crossing into the realm of garishness. Above: Suit ($3,595) by Isaia. Rule #5 Visible stitches around the edges of your lapels (called pick-stitching) aren't necessarily a sign of a well-made garment anymore. Rule #6 Some say you shouldn't cut the stitching in your jacket pockets, because putting objects in them will cause your jacket to lose its shape.

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