I wanted to share this brilliant post he did on one of men's most essential piece of clothing. The Shirt. I've already talked about how most men wear ill fitting suits. The same goes with the shirt. An ill fitting shirt looks just as bad as a baggy t-shirt. There is no point in wearing it if it doesn't fit well.
Here are my favorite parts of his post:
I am drooling over this model in this suit. It is so perfect. I am such a sucker for a man in a (well fitted) suit.
Interesting tidbit on the term "button down"...
his General Tips:
"General tips for a shirt are simple enough. Fit is a key consideration, you want something that is fitted at the shoulders and back. This is usually down to the 'yoke' of the shirt, which is the piece of material at the upper back of the shirt, that dictates the fit and shape of the rest of the shirt. You want the shirt to fit well, however not too feel restrictive when leaning forward. Equally your sleeves ought to cover most of your watch when you put your arms out in front of you. Remember that a slightly tapered shirt will usually be your best option, otherwise the fabric will balloon around your lower torso. The length of a shirt is also a key consideration, as it will determine how the shirt can be worn. Generally if the shirt is longer, you will have to tuck it in. If you want to wear the shirt loose, you will want a shorter length, that does not fall too low."
I love men's fashion as much as I love women's fashion and is fitting that I'm marrying the most fashionable man I know. Although he does not need these tips, I know many a man that does. I may be passing along this post to them. ;)