We live in a world that most often glorifies or celebrates the man-hood with the adjectives like chivalry and alpha's based on sheer aspects of external strength, fashioned mannerism and testosterone levels. It is rarely, we come across fellow-creatures that identifies a man, as a man, for his hidden sacrifices, choices and individuality. In an era, where today we men, are as much supportive to the idea of feminism or even a LGBT acceptance, we ourselves are often looked down upon for reasons and incidences that we would never want to be a part of or even be associated with. But, sadly we will always be - history leaves that scar with us. Nevertheless, we, like every other gender, need to show the world or may be just get comforted for traits which are nowhere close to muscle bulks, patriarchy or libido.
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“Young Adults”, isn’t it an interesting yet contradicting term. Young is a youth – colourful, vibrant, risky and spontaneous where Adult on the other side is – calm, stable, continual and mature. Usually age range from 18-24 is what can be termed as “Young Adults”. In this competitive world today, apart from your resume, it is your personal appearance that will make you stand apart. It allows your superiors to see you in a perspective that college or your new job is not just a part of life but a result of your hard work and perseverance - a sign of a true GENTLEMAN.
A lot of men have a fear of wearing accessories. Some, because they think it’s too jazzy for their work-profile whereas some, because they think its just-not-necessary. Honestly, I defer and might help you today to reconsider accessorising and flaunt it in a better way – for work, for fun or just because world needs more sharp men. It is really important to understand, that today people look for details in an over-all outfit rather than just a generic effort to dress well.
“It is totally impossible to be well-dressed in cheap shoes.”
- Hardy Amies
The misconception, that a formal shoe and a casual one is enough to fill in your wardrobe essentials is a myth. If you are someone who is image-conscious, has an eye for details and makes sure all the time that everything is in-place then let me tell you, your wardrobe needs few additional pairs.
Today, haircut is more about looking stylish and smart whereas facial grooming is about having a clear skin tone and hygiene. Hence to give a quick word on “how much grooming is too much” I would like to throw some pointers that might help you to stay in your limits both, in terms of saving your masculine image and your pocket dent.