Must have white and blue shirts:
Sky blue and white cotton dress shirts are the backbones of a crisp wardrobe. The fact is both of these colors makes up approximately 90% of the dress shirts sold globally and looks flawless on most body types. Being so popular, these shirt fabrics are also available in a wide range of style and sizes anywhere in the world. Patterns can liven up the basic white and blue color palette, and there’s nothing wrong with opting for some other colors as your personal style evolves. As long as you have one clean n crisp shirt hanging up in the closet, you’ll never run out of decent-looking things to wear.
Dress to Impress the elders:
If you usually wear clothes that scream “I'm a student” you looked like a boy. Defy the trend, age your look a little and get the respect you deserve from older men. That means raiding your wardrobe and discard the majority of your ultra-casual clothes: T-shirts, sweatshirts and sweatpants, baseball hats, cargo pants, jean shorts, and athletics. Save a few for athletic days and start replacing it with dressier clothes that speak to your maturity.
My one good suit in the closet:
Regardless of what your occupation is, you'll require a brilliant suit sooner or later. Just stay with a great single-breasted, two-catch suit in a charcoal dark or naval force blue. In case you're purchasing off the rack set aside the opportunity to have the suit balanced. A couple retail chains still offer the administration, however, you'll more than likely need to discover a tailor autonomously.
It's justified regardless of the exertion — estimated suits are made to general estimations, and not every one of them will be an immaculate fit for you.
When to wear the dark fitted jeans:
Jean styles are always changing: rips, tears, acid and bleach washing, boot cut, wide leg, low rise, skinny, baggy, and blah blah whatsoever. The key is to keep your attire simple and stick to fitted jeans in a dark blue or black color, without fading or rips. You can wear your favorite dark jeans with a fitted T-shirt for a more relaxed, and casual look or dress them up with a buttoned down shirt and with some sporty coat for a business-casual style.
Look beyond denim:
Well cut and traditional styled pants will make you look somewhat smarter at social events than pants. They're less normal in a youthful group, so you'll as of now be emerging, and a decent match of loosely fitted and wrinkled that looks crisper than denim. You can get cotton pants substantially lighter than Levis, which is no less than a gift in any sort of warm climate as in Pakistan.
Replace T-shirts with polo shirts & sports shirts:
Wearing T-shirts to the gym or when you are in a much-relaxed mood is quite fine. But wearing T-shirts to outdoor meetup or to work is Big No. A good polo in a simple, dark color is always presentable and always flattering if it’s fitted well. You can also opt for buttoned down half-sleeved shirts in the summer. If you do wear a T-shirt, make sure it’s new, clean, close-fitted and in a solid, dark color.
Judge yourself by your shoes:
The initial and the most important is suitably fitted footwear and it is the first step to dressing sharp. In a fashionable and well-dressed environment, you can judge a man by his shoes. If it's like you've never possessed better than average shoes, prep yourself to pay a handful of cash for well-made, great and comfy footwear. You might be stunned at the sticker cost for a designer or branded shoes, however, the quality and solace pay profits not far off.
Quality leather footwear isn't an extravagance for the unreasonably rich — it's a necessity for any man.
Stop trying too hard, keep it simple:
Don't shoot yourself in the foot. Don't try too hard to dress better and flawless. It results in a complete jackass look. The key to a classy look is to "Keep it simple". You stand out, but not in the way you want, but rather in a more subtle way as you deserve. So be yourself and don't try to imitate others.