Before we get to size alterations of your blazers, pants, and shirts, we must do a style alteration. This page is dedicated to featuring followers who have made the necessary style alterations and are well on their way to finding their own style points.
Meet Joe S.
Joe is one of our loyal followers who’s made the come up from dressing up to dressing well. After a couple of email consultations, Joe managed to surprise us with some before and after shots.
Before shot. Now let’s not get it twisted…dressing down like this is perfectly fine and doable. Nothing is sagging. The shirt fits and it’s not one of those doofy ironic tees that would have women writing you off the moment you step in the room. Reppin Army and rockin some sick J’s. Not bad. But let’s see how Joe cleans it up….
Now I have to say that I was truly impressed with this piece. Taking the casual look to another level. The before shot is that daytime casual that will be fine for kickin around with your boys or volunteering at your local boys and girls club. But if you’re planning to take a lady out, or get hit on by one, you’d definitely want to switch it up like Joe did here. The blazer and dark denim is a beautiful contrast. And I’m glad he sprung for the chocolate shoes. They go over a lot better than a black oxford. For some reason, black shoes just scream “corporate”. This brown says he doesn’t take himself too seriously but he knows what he’s doing in life (deep, I know). And I love the cranberry tie. Oh, and the ticket pocket on the blazer, I swear I didn’t see that coming! Now, if only every blazer came with a bottle of Moet….this man has taste!
And btw, Joe is tall enough to be a shooting guard in the NBA so if he can find duds that fit this well, so can you!
Colin is a professional bodybuilder. “Fashionable” and “bodybuilder” are two words that are never really used in the same sentence. My man Colin cares not what the norm is. He’s determined to show the world that he can take your girl with his shirt off AND on (don’t worry, no shirtless pics of my homie will make this page).
After a phone consultation, we went through his closet (via texts and pics) and purged it of what wasn’t needed. Next, we let him know what items he should keep and how to match them with new and old items. Once that was done, we suggested new items that were stylish and versatile that should be purchased. Here are a few examples:
Here’s a treat that I wasn’t expecting. Colin pulled out this corduroy boy. It is beautifully constructed and the color is great…however. It fit like he went into Pops’ closet and was playing grown up. (Don’t front like you didn’t do that after Saturday morning cartoons went off.)