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The Art of Dressing Well

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Becoming a best dressed man takes effort. And, in this day and age being well dressed is not quite enough. You have to be best-dressed because appearances are vitally important to success and self esteem. 

Mastering this art takes years of practice and effort. I know because I do this for a living. As an fashion designer and image consultant, I see the gamut of appearances. And, at times I am taken aback by the lack of caring people seem to hold for their appearance. Most don’t realize that how they look is proportionate to how they are treated, both by colleagues and by clients.

This guide was written to help individuals clue into building a fashionable and best-dressed look using simple steps and easy tools. Mastering the Art of Dressing Well teaches that anyone can be better dressed by following a few fashion rules. 

  • Know Who You Are
  • Your Self Image and Style Personality
  • Choosing Colors that suit you
  • Discover Your Body Shape and dress appropriately
  • Instant wardrobe from your closet
  • Principles of charm, poise and etiquette
Knowing how to dress well for men is an essential skill you must develop. Being dressed well has more benefits than meets the eye. As man you need to master the art of dressing well.

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10:59 PM

Belvest is best known for its hybrid style of suit making that combines aspects of English and Neapolitan tailoring but with a lot less rigidity, structure, and formality. The company, based in Padova, Italy, is also one of Italy’s most progressive and innovative, creating myriad variations on the classic men’s sport coat on a seasonal basis.

Belvest is a company that trades in understatement. From their personal philosophy of “whispered” luxury, to their history of making private-label clothing for the some of the best houses in the world, the family-run Italian label has, seemingly, never felt the need to be particularly conspicuous.

Belvest has become famous for exceptional fabrics, exacting cuts, and extraordinary quality in the decades since founder Mino Nicoletto set up shop in Piazzola sul Brenta, 1964. Still the company’s base of operations to this day, the town sits near Padua, not far from Venice, in Italy’s Veneto region. The area is known for a culture deeply rooted in textiles and tailoring—a very appropriate headquarters for a company whose name is a shortened version of the Italian word belvestire, or “the art of dressing well.”

And while recent years have seen successful innovations like the advent of womenswear and a “Jacketinthebox” collection of travel-friendly garments, ultimately, Belvest’s appeal lies in its dedication to old-school technique. Cutting, construction, and detailing—these are still done largely by hand by master craftsmen. In a machine age, that’s almost as extraordinary as the clothing itself. And if you’ve ever seen a Belvest garment in person, you know that’s really saying something.
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Wardrobe Essentials (suit)

7:17 PM

Men's fashion essentials will incontestably vary in price and style according to a man's given age, income bracket, work environment, and personal style, but rarely will the actual list's substance vary from what we've compiled hereinafter.


Every man needs at least one well-tailored suit for whatever special events he'll be attending. Even if it's a "once a year" occasion, it's embarrassing to feel out of place and look like a cheapskate without a suit.

If you need only one suit, buy a classic black or gray single-breasted suit. Ask your salesperson for a classic cut that won't go out of style. That way you'll only need to change your shirt and tie to keep your look fresh and up-to-date.

The variations in design, cut, and cloth, such as two- and three- piece, or single- and double- breasted, determine the social and work suitability of the garment.

For many men, particularly in Western society, wearing a suit is reserved for special occasions, such as weddings, funerals, and other more formal social events. Hence, because they are not a daily outfit for most men, they are often viewed as being "stuffy" and uncomfortable. The combination of a tie, belt and vest can be tight and restrictive compared to contemporary casual wear.

So, the suit is the backbone of a man’s closet. It can be paired with almost anything and it lends itself to different styles whether you want to look preppy, modern or traditional.
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