Sunday, 3 March 2013

Dress Your Age: 20s

The Guide: 20s

                         You did it in biology lab and hopefully you’re no stranger to it in the bedroom. The same trial-and-error approach should apply to clothing.

Lose The Logos:-

                                 Your clothing shouldn’t advertise anything but your impeccable sense of personal style. Graduate to plain tees, polos and fitted button-downs -- and quit the kid’s stuff.

Back To Basics:-

                                 Start from scratch and invest in a few core pieces like a tailored blazer, jeans and dress shirts that aren’t shapeless sacks. They’ll fast become your everyday go-to tools for sartorial success and stick around for years to come.

Find The Perfect Fit:-

                                       Drop all the dough you want on clothing. If it doesn’t fit, it doesn’t matter. And chances are your entire wardrobe, from suits and dress shirts to tees and shorts, is in desperate need of a diet.

Formal Affairs:-

                               While the severity of black isn’t the best choice for an interview, it’s pretty much the only choice for a black-tie event. A finely tailored black two-button suit with side vents can do double duty as a makeshift tux when paired with a white French-cuffed shirt, patent leather lace-ups and a bow tie.

Weekend Gear:-

                                In your 20s, dress your age by trading in tees with labels and logos for solids, and ditch the bootleg flairs.. As for footwear, fashion sneaker or even a basic boat shoe is the only way to play.

Interview Wear:-

                               In your 20s, keep it simple with a navy or gray suit. And skip out on anything that can be perceived as too pretentious or distracting like monograms, cufflinks or a big, badass watch.

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