Where men go wrong in style?

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle -

Not pay­ing at­ten­tion to the qual­ity of fab­ric, go­ing for too many colours and ill-fit­ted clothes are some of the com­mon mis­takes that men make while dress­ing up, says an ex­pert.

Qual­ity of fab­ric —cheap ma­te­rial can be spot­ted from a mile away. There­fore, it is best to avoid syn­thet­ics. Choose fab­ric wisely.


Fit­ting is the most im­por­tant fac­tor when it comes to wear­ing a suit. An out­dated or ill-fit­ted suit can make any­one look clumsy. Suits solve the pur­pose of mak­ing one look sleek and so­phis­ti­cated, which loose-fit­ted pieces can’t at­tain. Thus, it is bet­ter to opt for tai­lor-made suits that can meet your bud­get and re­quire­ment. Also, go for a sleek tie in­stead of a broader one for that sharp look.


Un­less you are plan­ning to mimic the look of a rain­bow, stick to an at­tire that does not have more than three colours to get that co­or­di­nated ap­proach. It’s bet­ter to stick to com­ple­men­tary colours and anal­o­gous if you wish to mix dif­fer­ent colours, don’t for­get that less is al­ways more.


Colour rule for shoes and belts is im­por­tant and if they don’t match, they can make any­one look unattrac­tive. One must en­sure that the shoes are match­ing with the belt. So a black pair of shoes will never look good with a brown belt and vice versa. In case, you opt for suede shoes you belt doesn’t have to nec­es­sar­ily match the colour of your shoes.


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