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Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.
  • after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.

Men's fashion can seem as though it’s pretty basic, but there are tons of ways men can elevate their look to appear more stylish. It can take some finessing, but it will come naturally once you figure out how to style yourself and look more fashionable. 

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Read on for must-have tips on how to appear more stylish, from discovering your style to accessorizing with jewelry like a Cuban link chain necklace. 

1. Find Your Personal Style

If you want to look more fashionable, you’ll have to figure out your style. Are you a casual-cool guy that enjoys basic t-shirts and comfortable jeans? Is corporate powerhouse your look? Do you like edgier clothes?

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Once you figure out your style, lean into that as you’re shopping. You want each piece to pair well together to complement your overall vibe. This will make picking out what to wear each day much easier because you won’t have to think much about what goes together.

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A key component in finding your style is figuring out which colors look best on you: warm, cool, or both. Figuring this out is simple: turn over your arm and look at the underside of your wrist. Warm colors look best on you if your veins are green. Cool colors are your vibe if your veins are blueish. If you have a mix of both blue and green, you’re neutral and can wear both warm and cool colors beautifully. In addition, when your clothing compliments your skin tone, you’ll appear more put-togther and stylish. 

2. Purchase Quality Items

Quality over quantity is the right way. You want to fill your closet with quality pieces that will last longer and maintain color and shape. Cheap clothing and low-quality can become dingy and make you look frumpy. 

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Quality doesn't always mean expensive, so don’t feel you need to invest a ton of money into clothes you can’t afford. Instead, research brands and materials that fit into your style that is made with good quality. 

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Another essential thing to consider with the quality of your clothing is maintaining it. Make sure you’re reading labels on how to wash your items to you know how to clean them properly. For example, if a shirt has to be dry-cleaned, take it a dry cleaner. If a shirt needs to be washed in cold water and hung to dry, follow that. This ensures your clothes last and looks good. 

3. Match Appropriately

Matching is essential in maintaining a quality appearance. It doesn’t matter how clean-cut the clothes are, if you’re mismatching, it throws the whole look off. 

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Once you determine which colors go well with your skin, that can make matching a bit easier. Warm colors tend to go together and cool colors tend to go together. Warm colors include red, orange, yellow, brown, and warm greens (like forest green). Cool colors are blue, purple, pink, grey, and cool greens (like lime).

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Generally speaking, there are a few fashion rules regarding accessories, particularly shoes, belts, and other accessories like watches and jewelry. For example, always opt for a black or grey belt when wearing black shoes. When wearing brown shoes, match with a brown or tan belt.

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There are sometimes exceptions to rules when it comes to matching, but if you’re unsure, steer clear. Once you get used to matching and wearing clothes that complement each other, you’ll gain an understanding of what goes together and what doesn’t. It’s a skill that comes with time and practice.

4. Add Accessories

Accessories are a simple, easy way to elevate your outfit. Items like belts and shoes can include anything else. To become more fashionable, you’ll want to add jewelry and watches.

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A chain necklace is a classic accessory that instantly adds style to any look. Popular kinds you can wear are a Cuban link chain, a Figaro chain, or a rope chain. Chains come in various lengths and gauges, so you can easily find something that matches your vibe and what’s comfortable for you. Chains are pretty versatile as well. You can wear one chain at a time or layer two or three at once. Either way, it’s an easy way to elevate your look. 

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Watches are a timeless classic that complements any outfit, from casual to dressy. Depending on your style, you can choose a watch with a leather band for an edgier or more casual look. Or, if you like something a bit flashier, a gold, silver, or platinum watch looks fancy but has versatility in style.

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Heads are getting ready to turn as you elevate your style to look masculine yet fashionable. With these tips, you’ll be able to fill your closet with looks that speak to your vibe and get others talking (in a good way).  

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