Style is personal and what you make of it. Enjoy what you’re wearing and how you present yourself!
Whether you’re just starting off, or you’re a long-time reader here at EG, welcome. We created this resource to make navigating through the site a bit easier.
If you’re looking for the latest news in fashion or the trends to jump on next season, you’ve come to the wrong place.
I don’t know much about fashion trends, but I do know how to teach men about the classics… clothes that won’t go out of style in one (or five, or ten) years.
At EG, we discuss things like the Lean Wardrobe, the importance of the perfect fit, and how to dress strategically to achieve a certain outcome, whether it be getting the job, wooing the girl, or simply improving your general appearance so you look well put-together and feel more self-confident.
Style is personal and what you make of it. Ultimately, you want to enjoy what you’re wearing and how you present yourself.
EG is the place to learn about your options and the best ways to put together something awesome.
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I’m excited you’re here. Hope you’ll stick around a while and take a look around. If you have any questions, you can send me a note.
Ready to up your style game 1000%?
The Effortless Guide to Graduating Your Style is the manual for you. GYS is a 57-page guide that lays out a detailed, step-by-step plan for reinventing your wardrobe from the ground up.
If you’re looking for that kick-start, that all-in-one solution to improve your style and your life, this is the guide for you.
Younger gent looking to improve your wardrobe on a tight budget?
A Young Man’s Guide to Dressing Like a Grownup (Without Breaking the Bank) was written for you.
The advice of “buy less but better” doesn’t always work when you’re just starting out. Quality is expensive. Therefore, I urge you to focus on FIT. A well-fitting $200 suit will look better than a $2000 suit that is ill-fitting.
Our Most Useful Articles
We have written over 300 articles, and though you’re welcome to browse at your leisure, I wanted to point out a select few I find to be the most important to get started on the right foot, or even as a refresher if you’re a long-time reader.
- Why you should take the time to find your own personal style
- My take on style vs fashion, the differences, and why you should care
- The evolution of fashion (or why classic style is the best style)
- The one thing you need to do to set yourself apart from every other guy
- Do It Anyway: Improving yourself and dealing with those who don’t understand
Quality Over Quantity
- Why it’s good to spend money on quality
- When to spend vs. when to save
- Splurge-worthy: How to make the final decision on a big purchase
- Sartorial Evaluation: How to look stylish in your 40s and beyond
- On getting rid of clothes
- Three Fs to consider when shopping for new clothing
- The one thing every man MUST HAVE in his closet
- Use high/low styling to your advantage
Care and Customization
Keep in touch and join in on the conversation
We have an active community of well-dressed dudes here on EG, and what better way to stay connected than through Twitter and Facebook?
I look at EG as a catalyst to start conversations about personal style, quality clothing, and the way both fit into our everyday lives. I love hearing from readers in the comments, where good conversation often happens.
Don’t hesitate to contribute your (constructive) thoughts and opinions to each article; it can only help give dimension to the topics we discuss.
Feel free to contact us if you have questions, suggestions, praise, or just want to say hi.