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5 Common Style Myths Guys Should Stop Believing Today

July 31, 2014

As you learn about personal style, you add even more of these words of wisdoms to your mental notebook. Some ideas get repeated over and over, so you have no choice but to accept them as true.

But what if they’re not?

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Five Ways to Wear One: The Short-Sleeve Button-Down Shirt

June 26, 2014
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Although a well-fitting polo shirt is a classic style move that’ll keep you cool and appropriately dressed wherever you go, it’s always wise to keep a few different warm-weather style moves in your arsenal.

Particularly in recent months, short-sleeve shirts are being trumpeted for having made a return to the forefront of the #menswear game.

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Does Your Haircut Fit Your Face?

May 29, 2014

After years of practice and thousands of haircuts sculpted, I like to think I’ve perfected the craft, and that everyone who enters my salon leaves looking better than when they’ve come in.

It’s taken me a lot of dedication and effort to learn how to perfectly arrange men’s hair. It’s something I’ve earned. So it doesn’t surprise me when good-looking young gentlemen ask me for cuts that will make them look terrible.

After all, most men decide that they would like to style their hair after whatever is fashionable, instead of what naturally fits their features.

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Five Ways to Wear One: The Chukka Boot

March 27, 2014
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The chukka boot is both classic and modern at the same time. Clarks has been making a staple version of the boot for years, and that style is practically the perfect template for a casual shoe.

The chukka boot can do even more than meets the eye, however — it can be dressed up or down just as ably as any other shoe, especially when worn with a dressier sole than the Clarks crepe sole.

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Five Easy Ways to Smoothly Step Up Your Style

March 13, 2014
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When you’re in the store and you try on something new, it just doesn’t feel right. It doesn’t feel like you. Sound familiar? Read on for a few alternative methods you can try which should make the transition easier.

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