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Size Matters: What Clothing Works Best For My Body Shape?

Searching for clothes that fit can be fraught with problems if you don’t conform to the ‘Joe Average’ frame. In an industry that purports to care about fashion, it’s astounding to see just how contemptible retailers are in formulating clothing ranges for non-standard males.
To help combat the problem associated with irregular body types, I present this list of basic ‘know-how’ knowledge to assist in concealing your flaws and redressing your misbalanced figure.
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Walking Tall: Choosing The Perfect Hat

Many people claim it was US president John F. Kennedy who killed the hat; his reluctance to wear anything atop his head was said to have kick-started the bonnet rebellion.
In reality, Kennedy wasn’t such an iconoclast: sexual and social revolutions meant the sixties were a transitional time for fashion, and hats were already beginning to fall from favor.
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A Tie Colour for Every Occasion

Following on from “A Belt for Every Occasion” we’ll now take a look at what shade of color will work best on a tie during those crucial events. Should you go for plain fabric, stripes or dots? A deep ochre, vibrant lemon or an ocean blue?
Here’s a quick list of common occasions where getting the right tie is imperative...
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Face & Frames: A Guide to Choosing the Right Spectacles

Picking the right frames needn’t be a Herculean task; the rules are pretty simple once you know of their existance, but it takes a little time to work out how to apply them.
To begin today, you’re going to need a mirror that’s at least big enough to reflect your entire head, neck and shoulders. I also recommend doing this in a well lit area (it makes it a lot easier).