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#779439 - 08/27/12 06:00 AM Fashion Tips for men
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You should make most important improvement in your style is to make sure everything fits for your body. Most of people wear clothes that are not fit for them. You should wear everything which almost suites of your body without being tight. Bad fit is not good for body movement.

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#780214 - 08/30/12 11:40 PM Re: Fashion Tips for men [Re: Tashishoes]
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In fact , i was totally agree with you , once i was a little fat,but i like fashion style clothes, beautiful as it is ,but really felt uptight and uncomfortable, so now i know that fashion is one thing, comfortable is also very important.

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#780430 - 09/01/12 02:31 AM Re: Fashion Tips for men [Re: Tashishoes]
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If i want to go to a party , what should i wear ,i think my shape is pear shape.

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#791264 - 11/05/12 09:27 PM Re: Fashion Tips for men [Re: Tashishoes]
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For looking a genuine, a men should have to wear genuine clothes. For looking cool, he has to wear cool clothes. But some tips like a men should match his belt with his shoes. Wear Tie matching with shirt at professional places.
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#791505 - 11/07/12 02:47 AM Re: Fashion Tips for men [Re: Tashishoes]
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Yeah belt and shoe's is an obvious one, so many guys dont do it though!

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#792311 - 11/11/12 11:06 AM Re: Fashion Tips for men [Re: Tashishoes]
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Sarah, you're right... belts & shoes are great accessories for men, and they should take advantage of it!

I think men should take care to wear the correct size... so many men wear clothing that is too large! I see many medium/large men wearing size XL tee shirts. It looks sloppy smirk Tee shirts should fit well at the shoulder. If not, he is wearing a size too large for his torso!
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#792509 - 11/13/12 08:17 AM Re: Fashion Tips for men [Re: Tashishoes]
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Hi, I'm looking for some advice, I bought a bright yellow hoodie from RhymeClothing.com recently, I love it, it's comfortable, fits well etc so is ideal for mooching around the house, but I'm not confident about going out and about in it, I need a female point of view.. is it ok for wearing out and about (I'm a 30-something guy), if so what pants would go well? Sweat pants only / jeans... which colours?! I'm not normally this indecisive, but I keep wearing it around the house, but feel the need to change if I go out! I'm sure I'm just being dumb!

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#792650 - 11/14/12 04:27 AM Re: Fashion Tips for men [Re: Tashishoes]
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If it makes YOU feel weird to wear it out, then don't. When you feel strange in your clothing, it colors your whole attitude.

If you want to wear it, bright yellow goes with dark blue, black, green, white. I think that jeans or sweat pants would be ok.
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#792651 - 11/14/12 04:45 AM Re: Fashion Tips for men [Re: Connie - ADD/Sandwiches]
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Good advice Connie, I think you're right, it's so bright I think I feel like I'm drawing attention to myself and I'm more of a wallflower! I'll just stick to wearing it around the house to keep me warm!

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