Men’s style advice from 10 people who probably know better than you

Men's style advice

Men’s style is often a fickle thing, especially these days when men are more open to experimenting with all things fashion related; from fedoras to facial hair, tie bars to tartan and everything in between – it’s difficult to keep up with the vicissitudes of men’s fashion. fundas samsung galaxy j5 fundas huawei y5 2019 No one should impose rules on you as to how you dress and style is something very personal, but how about taking some general men’s style advice from 9 guys (and one woman) who know a thing or two about this caper.

1. Men’s style advice from Tommy Hilfiger

On high quality dress shirts: “You can always tell the difference between an expensive dress shirt and an inexpensive one by the intensity of the colour. collier homme tibet collierpascher8280 For instance, the right light-blue shirt should be a deep light blue.” On experimenting with colour: “Men who are afraid to wear colour are too conservative. boehami ethnique simple design boucle doreille goujon pour les femmes asymetrie jaune marron couleur boucle doreille rendez vous date cadeau bijoux accessoire There are certain men who work on Wall Street whose wives dress them. fundas huawei p smart 2019 They’ll buy a gray suit and a black, a navy and a charcoal one. fundas samsung galaxy s5 They’ll wear a white or cream shirt every day with a red, yellow or burgundy tie. And a black belt with black shoes. fundas samsung galaxy a3 That to me is so boring. What about wearing orange with khaki?”

2. Men’s style advice from Giorgio Armani

On being smooth: “Growing up in Milan, I went to the cinema constantly and was captivated by the impossibly glamourous men that I saw. fundas samsung galaxy s6 edge plus Movie stars like Clark Gable, James Dean and Cary Grant. fundas samsung galaxy a70 Cary Grant just looks amazing in a suit – even when he’s being chased by a crop duster through a field of corn. fundas samsung galaxy s9 plus You can learn how to be smooth by watching a man like that.” On fashion advice: “Always take the advice of a woman over that of a man. Always. bracelet chakra enfant braceletpascher588 Men tend to regard your outfits solely in terms of whether they’d wear them themselves, but women have an uncanny ability to distance themselves from things like this.”

3. Men’s style advice from Karl Lagerfeld

On fashion: “Trendy is the last stage before tacky.” On being an innovator: “If you ask me what I’d most like to have invented in fashion, I’d say the white shirt. For me, the shirt is the basis of everything. custodia cover iphone Everything else comes after.”

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On dressing for success: “Getting dressed in the morning is a self-fulfilling reality. If you don’t look good, you don’t feel good, and you may as well go and get hit by a bus.” Men's style advice Above clockwise from top left: Tommy Hilfiger, Karl Lagerfeld, Giorgio Armani and Kenneth Cole.

5. Men’s style advice from Zac Posen

On double-breasted jackets: “You have to be taller than 5”8 to wear a double-breasted jacket. If you’re not, you can look very square. fundas samsung galaxy s20 ultra fundas samsung galaxy j5 You get into sea-captain territory. fundas huawei mate 20 If you’re not tall, you should go for a shorter, one-button jacket.” On being a gentleman: “You should always carry a handkerchief. It’s a courteous thing to have. If I am out at night, I keep a handkerchief on hand for a lady.”

6. Men’s style advice from Tom Ford

On suits: “I hate the trend of short suit jackets. When a man’s butt is showing below the bottom of his jacket, I think it makes him look like a female flight attendant from the back—not my idea of sexy. I don’t believe in playing around much with suit cuts. bracelet homme de survie 718braceletpascher3054 fundas huawei y5 2019 I like a fairly classic shape that gives a man strong shoulders, a fitted waist, and long legs. Classic simplicity always works.” On mixing patterns: “When mixing patterns, don’t think about it too much—just throw it together.”

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On suits: “Suits are like medieval suits of armour. collier argent grosses mailles femme collierpascher4606 fundas samsung galaxy a10 [They] tell us who the person is, what kind of background they [come from], what kind of status they have.”

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On breaking the rules: “Imperfection is never a mistake; it’s a sign of humanity. custodia cover iphone You must break the codes, break the perfection. Never pay attention to rules.” On buying second-hand: “I would never buy something that is already aged or broken, because I think this is not honest. When I break something myself, through my experience with it, it then becomes beautiful because it is part of my life.” On housework: “The only thing a real man should do in the house is make love to his wife and polish his own shoes. Everything else, the woman should do by herself.” Men's style advice Above clockwise from top left: Zac Posen, Lino Ieluzzi, Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter from the TV show ‘Suits’, Tom Ford.

9. Men’s style advice from Mr Martin Greenfield (tailor to America’s political elite as well as the likes of Paul Newman, Michael Jackson, and Shaquille O’Neal)

On dressing: “I love to dress up. fundas samsung galaxy s6 edge It shows you’re important.” Men's style advice Above: Martin Greenfield.

10. And now, here’s Philippe Perzi Vienna’s two cents worth on men’s style

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