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Have you ever gone on a night out, sat on the bus to work or even just wandered down the street and thought everything would be so much cooler if only you looked a bit more like Ryan Reynolds? We can make that happen. Kind of. Whether it’s where to shop, how to dress to suit your budget, fashion trends to embrace and avoid, or general happenings in the world of style you’re after this FHM Men’s Style has got it covered. You’ll be able to discover things like how to actually get the look you want at the hairdressers (a skill that is very underrated), new store openings well worth a visit, or just a general roundup of cool things to see, do and wear from the week in style. Have a look around, leave looking better.
By popular request, allow me to introduce a new series to TSB.com called “Dress Your Body Type” – where we will feature stylish friends of all shapes and sizes, along with the styling tips that help flatter their physiques. For this first edition, meet Adam Lampell, a fellow Columbia athlete (cross country), SB reader and style enthusiast. Adam has a fairly small frame standing at 5’7″ 140lbs, but because he understands the styling choices that flatter his body type, he carries himself much larger. We followed Adam for a typical work week to point out what works well for short(er), small(er) framed gentlemen.
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-17670" title="short" src="http://content.artofmanliness.com/uploads//2011/06/short.jpg" alt="" width="500" height="325" /> Short men have always had a tougher row to hoe than their taller fellows. It can be frustrating to be picked last for the pick-up basketball game, to feel like you’re overlooked when walking into a party, and to struggle to see your favorite band at a concert.
Listen up guys, this is style tips. We are going to cover the basics like what every man should have in his closet, shopping advice, how to dress on a budget and much more. Ultimately, you don't want to be caught off guard when certain situations arise be it a wedding, a first date or just a ballgame. T-shirts and Underwear for Men
Most men like to follow their own fashion style. But fashion disasters are bound to occur whether it’s a man or a woman. Many men would have a few questions like, should the trousers match their socks? And so on. Here are a fashion tips for men that can help.
Curious about this season’s trends? Here’s a rundown of the 9 most popular themes in menswear this fall and sage advice on how to incorporate them into your look. Perhaps more importantly pointers for how not to be the painfully trendy guy whose clothing screams “I’m trying too hard”. When interpreting trends into reality it’s a good idea to remember that looks coming down the runway are styled deliberately to have the focus be on the clothes, the model is the backdrop. In real life, you’re the focus, not the backdrop for your clothes.