How to dress well: 5 fashion tips for men


Looking good isn't as hard as you might think. You don't need to be a fashion designer or have expensive taste to dress well. All it takes is knowledge and a bit of practice, which you can learn from this article!

Buy an iron.

There are a few things you should keep in mind when using an iron:

  • To get wrinkles out of your clothes, you want to iron while they're damp. This will reduce the amount of time it takes and make the process go more quickly.

  • You can turn your shirt collar over to get rid of creases or folds inside the collar.

  • Ironing is not as difficult as it seems! If you're new to this, here's how to do it: First, lay your garment flat on a table and smooth out any wrinkles with your hands before setting down your ironing board. Then place a cloth under where you'll be working so that you don't accidentally burn yourself with steam from the hot water (don't worry—it's not that hot). Now just start by working from one side all along until everything looks good! Repeat these steps until finished (you should also look for stains).

Don't make a bad thing worse.

Don't make a bad thing worse.

The best way to dress well is to start with an outfit you already have and have worn before, and then look at it critically. Is there anything that could be improved? If so, what? Are there any holes or tears that need fixing? What about stains? Do you notice any embarrassing parts of your silhouette (e.g., butt crack showing through too much)? What about fit—is everything sitting where it should be on your body? Are there any unflattering wrinkles or folds in the fabric due to improper care or storage?

Once you've identified what could be improved, all that's left is making those improvements. If the shirt has shrunk enough for it not to fit anymore but still has miles left on its life span, buy a new one in the next size up! If one leg of your pants is longer than another because they got dirty while sitting on them during break-dancing competitions in elementary school while wearing awkwardly long jeans shorts made out of parachute material from your grandfather's old army uniform (the best pair ever), roll them up once at each cuff instead of folding them over multiple times until they fall off again like some kind of bizarro clown car effect when people saw them walking down hallways together on school trips back when they were kids because their parents thought spending time with each other was important even though they weren't really friends yet so nothing else ever happened besides talking while waiting in line for lunch every day until high school graduation day came along which wasn't really happy cause now everyone was moving away except this girl who lived across town but wasn't going anywhere yet anyways so she'd keep seeing him around sometimes whenever she needed someone else who wasn't dating anyone either since her ex had moved away after graduating college two years ago anyways but not before cheating on her twice during summer break two months before graduation ceremony day happened

Make sure everything fits.

When it comes to dressing, there is no such thing as "one size fits all." The key to getting clothes that fit properly is to make sure they're a good fit for you.

  • Buy clothes that fit your lifestyle and body shape

  • Buy clothes that fit your budget

  • Buy clothes that reflect your style and personality

Always wear clean socks and underwear.

  • Always wear clean socks and underwear.

  • Do not wear socks and underwear with holes in them.

  • The length of your sock should be long enough to cover your ankles, while the waist of your undies should be high enough to cover your belly button.

Know when to go designer, and when to go discount.

We all love a good deal. But just because something is on sale doesn't mean that it's worth buying—especially if it's not a classic or staple item in your wardrobe, like a pair of jeans. And when it comes to designer goods, don't be afraid to invest in pieces that you know will last for years (or even decades). Sure, they're more expensive upfront than their non-designer counterparts right now—but they'll save you money down the line by staying fashionable and looking better with age.

There are also times when going cheap is just fine (and often preferable). If you're buying an item that isn't meant to last forever—like socks or underwear—it's okay if they aren't very expensive; most people replace them frequently anyway. But if what you're getting is meant to be long lasting, then why not go full price?

Never be afraid of color.

You don’t have to be afraid of color. In fact, you should embrace it.

If you don’t want to wear the same outfit day after day, then you might be tempted by the idea of buying multiple items in one color or style. But remember: It doesn’t mean that if something is “boring” (in your opinion), it won't work for me. A good rule of thumb is that if a piece works with another item in my closet and they both look good together then I will probably like them individually too!

Being stylish is achievable for anyone. You don't have to look at a magazine to know how to dress well or what looks good on you

Just because you're not a fashion guru doesn't mean you can't look great. Being stylish is attainable by anyone. It's not just for the rich and famous, or for those who have access to the latest trends and fashions. Anyone can learn how to dress well and make an effort towards looking like their best self every day.


Don’t let anyone tell you that looking good is impossible. With these five simple tips, anyone can dress well and feel confident in any situation. If you've got a job interview coming up or just want to look nice around town, this advice will help you pull together an outfit that looks sharp on anyone!