If you’re like me, you don’t always know what looks good on you. I mean, my style is all over the place! If a certain shirt or pair of pants makes me feel good about myself, then that’s what matters. Right? Well, yes, but also no. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if something will look great on your body because we can’t see ourselves from every angle—especially in stores where there are no mirrors around the corner or in dressing room stalls with bad lighting and awkward angles where people are trying on clothes. Having someone else give their opinion can help you find new items that fit well (and look great too).
Help You Find Your Style
You may not know what you’re looking for in terms of style, but a stylist can help you discover it. At the beginning of your relationship, they’ll have an opportunity to learn about your likes and dislikes, as well as your body type. From there, they can help you find clothes that reflect who you are and what works best for you.
Stylists like this men’s personal stylist in Brisbane will also be able to take into account how your clothing choices fit with the rest of your life—whether it’s work or play. For example, if you’re constantly running around town on business trips or are always rushing from one social event to another at night (and don’t want people noticing), a classic suit might not be ideal for every occasion—but neither would a pair of jeans and a t-shirt unless those were specifically selected by someone else!
Help You Find Your Fit
Fit is such a crucial part of your style, and it’s something that I can help you with. Fit is important for both clothes and shoes, but thankfully, there are some basic rules you can follow to make sure everything fits well.
- For clothes, the waistband should sit on your hips (or slightly below if you have a shorter torso), with enough room for about two fingers between the fabric and your body.
- For pants (or trousers) lengthwise: The inseam should be long enough that when standing upright with feet together, there’s only about 1 inch of cuff showing below the hemline of your shoe/boot/ankle boots. If we’re going for an even more precise measurement here—and why wouldn’t we?—the hemline should fall between 1″ above or below your ankle bone when standing tall at full height without shoes on; this ensures that no skin will show when wearing sneakers or low-rise shoes like loafers or slip-ons!
The same goes for jackets: The shoulder seam falls where it should naturally do when wearing whatever top layers underneath. When wearing just a shirt underneath, something like a blazer or sport coat only adds another layer over top, so keep things simple by opting out altogether unless necessary!
Help You Find Your Colors
- Color is important.
- Color can help you stand out.
- Color can make you look younger, slimmer and more powerful, confident, and professional.
Hiring a stylist can help you find your best style, fit, and colors.
When you’re shopping for clothes, it can be hard to know what looks good on you. A stylist will work with you to find your best style and fit, which makes the process much easier. They also have experience with colors that look great on different skin tones, so they can help guide you toward colors that complement your features and complexion.
I hope that this article has given you some insight into why a personal stylist can be a great resource for men. I know from experience that it’s not just about clothes and accessories—it’s about feeling confident in your skin. I’ve seen the transformation from feeling insecure about their style to becoming comfortable taking risks in their clothing choices, and it’s been an amazing journey for me as well!