I was looking through the many articles on AoM for ways to dress. I saw styles for boys (i think), college students, and men. I am looking to get a diffrent (more manly) style of clothing for myself…Continue
"Can't go wrong with some nice polos and button-down shirts. These can both be worn tucked into jeans or khakis (belt should go with shoes) or untucked and button-down sleeves rolled up for a more casual look. Loafers may be a little…"
"Hey,, that's really exciting man!! So why don't you go for ebay or Nicholas the label or from amazon?? Its really good for teens or clothes for any age in fact I'd bought from there only,, just try it !! If you are unable to find…"
"Love the advice about Thrift stores. I'm not too close to you guys in age, My 30 year HS reunion is coming up soon, and I still wander through them when the wardrobe gets a bit thread worn.
Regarding long sleeved shirts and jackets. The truth…"
"Style is a nonverbal expression of who and how you see yourself. It also is intended to influence others to see you in that light. The first step is to identify who you identify with (GOOD role models are dashed helpful here and dashed hard to find…"
An excellent question. I found myself in that same situation when I was in high school: I grew tired of wearing t-shirts with a skateboard brand on them with ratty jeans. With style, whether I am buying a suit for business or…"
"The question is really what do you think is manly and what image are you building.
One might thing manly is lumber jacks etc so your talking work boots t shirts with flannel over it.
Or you might be thinking preppy college look.
I would advise…"
I was looking through the many articles on AoM for ways to dress. I saw styles for boys (i think), college students, and men. I am looking to get a diffrent (more manly) style of clothing for myself rather then T-shirts. I'm in high school. Any suggestions? Thanks for your help. See More
"Carl, Thank you so much for the kind words. I am thinking about giving 5/3/1 another go (I gave it a go a year or so ago). I just have to decide on the template I want. I am happy for any suggestions you may have since you have more experience with…"
"In the short term, podcasts, NPR, and youtube. Start with Ted Talks and Kahn Academy - just follow rabbit-holes of topics that sound interesting and see where they lead you.
But longer term, I'd suggest you need to get over "I hate…"
"If you don't know what someone is talking about, say "Tell me more, I am interested in what you know about that!".....everyone likes to talk and they will be flattered you asked them to fill you in...it works every time!"