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You’re not shy about mak­ing a bold state­ment. HowH you dress is a big part of what gives you your edge. And you get that be­ing part of fash­ion’s van­guard re­quires con­stant vig­i­lance—there’s

no rest for the style-ob­sessed.

Still,S take a step back and look at your wardrobe with

fresh eyes. You’ll start see­ing col­ors you may haveh been blind to. You’ll find that denim can go way

be­yond just jeans. You may even de­cide that, comec sum­mer, your new fa­vorite pants aren’t pants

in the tra­di­tional sense of the word. The good news is, you have great taste.

But you’re a bit ten­ta­tive about re­ally go­ing for it. For you, a sar­to­rial

hop is a full-blown sar­to­rial leap.

Wear­ing a light gray suit in­stead of a char­coal one

is progress—one small step for man. But in­side ev­ery B is an A just wait­ing to come out. Be

a lit­tle more ad­ven­tur­ous: Go for a loafer withh a colorful sole; bust out your old suede jacket. You

don’t have to re­make your whole closet so itt looks like it came right off the run­way, but springng

is the sea­son of re­newal. Live a lit­tle.

You sub­scribe to the the­ory of “To thine own self be true.” Which isn’t the worst way to

go through life, but it might leave you kind of boxed in when it comes to what you wear.

There’s noth­ing wrong with tak­ing a clas­sic ap­proach;

by def­i­ni­tion, it will stand the test of time. In stick­ing to your code, though, you might miss out on some of the

fun. Use the next few months to ex­per­i­ment: with col­ors, with ac­ces­sories, and with up­dat­ing some of

your stan­dards. Not ev­ery­thing you try will be bet­ter than your usual—but, hey, it’s worth a shot.

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