• Seven Misconceptions of Style 5 2. Not Dressing for the Occasion

    Dress Codes, Formality, and Knowing What to Wear The second most-common failing in most men's clothing is the simple error of showing up for an event either over- or under-dressed. The former is harder to do than the latter, but still awkward - a tuxedo will stand out anywhere that isn't black-tie, and a matched [...] Continue Reading
  • 1. Bad Fit 1 1. Bad Fit

    The first misconception of menswear - and the most common - is choosing poorly - fitted garments. Most men in America buy suits and shirts that are between one and two sizes too large for them. Closely-fitted clothing is viewed as stifling and uncomfortable, the product of a bygone era when individuals suffered for their [...] Continue Reading