Have you ever wondered why men have suddenly plunged into fashion and are thus considered very important nowadays? Other than general need to look good, fashion allows men to express themselves better. What you wear or how you wear them-or your fashion sense-can be a perfect tool if you want to send a message, create a statement, or tell others how you really feel. Taking note of this fact, it should be no surprise that a lot of career have been given an extra boost if matched with a very good fashion sensibility. Just imagine: how many times have you observed people in the street and thought of one or more thing about them, based on what they wore?
Following this line of thought, I believe that is only fitting to make the conclusion that we can judge a book by its cover, or a man depending on the length of his tie. If that’s one fact that you cannot accept personally, then you need to prepare yourself to project a more successful and confident look through the proper use of fashion. It all boils to one thing: people always judge other based on their appearance and how they look.
Our society has created a visual culture that allows one to create a huge statement based on the clothes that they wear and the accessories they use in conjunction with their dress. If you, at the moment, do not project anything with your clothes and suddenly you decided to do so through a different manner of dressing, your boss, colleagues, friends and family members are sure to notice the change about you. At any rate, everybody knows how important first impressions can be.
After establishing the fact that men’s fashion is really essential, the next question is how do we interpret men’s clothing and accessories so that we can better understand their personality? If you want to start, then all you need to do is observe keenly what people wear and how. If you observe enough, then you will deeply notice that there is a link between people’s appearance and their preference and behavior.
To make things simpler, men’s fashion has three broad types: commercial, conservative and edgy.
The first type is typically worn by people who spend a lot of time buying without even thinking of the things that they buy. These people buy the latest craze, and the newest arrivals. They try too hard to replicate the men that they see in posters. Their fashion sense and sensibility can be functional and not too fussy but then again, this sense is limited by whatever is trendy and what is not. Not much personality is revealed.
A more conservative fashion sense is reflected by minimal accessories, matched up with traditional and functional choices in outfits. These are the types of men who play by the book, and do not have enough guts to experiment or mix and match. These types of people prefer function over fashion.
Edgy people are those who play around with their clothes and their looks. They go for unusual color combinations and interesting accessories although they are always able to pull it off lest they end up as fashion disasters.