Hey guys,So I'm a college student in Nashville, and like most college students I'm mostly a t-shirt and jeans kind of guy, but I want to dress more like an adult, especially now that I'm graduating…Continue
"Close out stores are my secret. There is a Dilliards close out store here in Baton Rouge. I get Perry Ellis button-ups for $10-$20. I usually have to buy off-season... They Winter overstock in the Spring and the Summer overstock in the Fall."
"Living in the UK, I'm not sure what this store is...are they selling "slight seconds"?
If so, it's a good idea, most slight seconds have imperfections that most people really wouldn't notice, it's a great way to…"
"One of my favorite stores lately is "Thrift". Plenty of brands to choose from at a very good price. Obviously you need to take some time and check for defects, rips, stains, etc. You can even pick up some high end items,…"
"Skip brands go for what fits!
If you have a smart phone you might grab the app WhatsMySize. Put in your measurements and you will know by store and brand what should be close according to brand. BUT you have to try the clothing…"
"If you are building your wardrobe from the ground up, probably best to just get cheap "no frills" sort of stuff to start off with, if it looks smart on, fits well and is of reasonable quality, it is entirely fit for purpose.
"Shirts: LandsEnd, Charter Club
Pants: LandsEnd, Dockers, Dickies
Outerwear: North Face, London Fog
Accessories: Calvin Klein
Charter Club is Federated Department Stores' (Macy's, and...?) store brand. LandsEnd can be…"
"Unfortunately, there is no brand that's always cheap, high quality and stylish. Consequently, you can, as with so much in life, have your pick of two out of the trio of cheap, quick, and good. Since you're on a budget,…"
"For clothes, I like Express (dress shirts), Gap (for jeans), and recently I've become a big fan of LL Bean. Their stuff is top notch, and reasonably priced. Also, comes with a lifetime guarantee.
For shoes, it's worth the investment to buy…"
"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
"Mine are completely natural. Don't trim or shave. I have moderate hair on my chest, stomach, arms, legs, butt and manhood. My personal rule is no razor below the neck. Being hairy is one of the traits of masculinity and should…"
Hello men,I'm not new to Art of Manliness, but I am new to the community. I thought I'd take the time to introduce myself. I'm almost 30, married for just over a year, and we have our first child on the way. I'm Mormon. I worked for five years sewing men's clothing, which is perfectly fine as a manly career in my opinion, but it was a dead-end job ultimately, so I quit and became an electrician. I'm still in my first year as an apprentice, but I'm very happy doing it. Before that, I was…See More
"My wife likes my hair tamed, but she doesn't want me to get rid of any of it entirely. She likes the look of hair on a man. I'd say don't shave, and unless your pit hair is really out of control, don't trim it either. "