Must-Read: Lessons from Fashionable Males
Advice generally works in the following way: You look towards someone that you use as a role model, try to emulate their life as they are living it, and happiness follows. However, sometimes a more important way to get your advice is through the concept of an anti-role model. Someone to look at, look at all of the mistakes they have made throughout their life, and try to do everything in your power to keep from doing them. Sometimes, learning from someone else’s mistakes is much more valuable than learning from someone’s successes. One of the ways that manifests itself in “news you can use” is through the power of fashion. Sure, you can look over at fashionable males and check out what they’re wearing and try to copy their style. But you can also see what the mistakes that fashionable folks are making and try to steer clear from those.
So today we head over to AskMen.com where they have a list of fashion advice to take from the fashionable males, and advice for how NOT to dress from the folks who aren’t so fashionable. For example, there’s this piece of advice that needs to be heeded:
We’ve all had this happen. Looking back at photos from weddings, office holiday parties, family reunions, prom — there’s our crooked bow tie or tie. That simple displaced accessory has the power to undermine our sartorial efforts, or at least a few pictures. So, before you step in front of the camera, straighten up.
Head on over to the above link to check out the other fashion advice you need to heed in order to not look like an idiot.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.