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 The other day at work, one of my co workers approached me to ask for some advice in regards his wardrobe. I don’t even know what made him think I knew how to dress; perhaps this column (?) or perhaps my understated-yet-tasteful wardrobe choices I tend to sport outside of the blah uniform the company makes us wear. I mean, seriously, how can anyone show personality and individuality wearing the same thing as everybody else? But that’s besides the point.

I’m the type of person who likes to help other people when they’re in need. Believe it or not, sometimes I can be nice, so I agreed to go on a shopping spree with him and teach him everything I know. So let me tell you a little bit about this kid–and I mean-kid because I consider anyone under twenty years of age a kid. He is the typical baggy-pants, large-T Shirt wearing straight man whose style tells you he doesn’t really care what he wears, but in reality is screaming for a little bit of help to get the attention of the opposite sex. A good kid, in general, with a need of a little push in the right direction.

The first thing I inquired about when I met with him was the size of his pants and shirt. Not surprisingly he was wearing clothes two sizes too big for his body. The first recommendation I made was:

Embrace your size. Wearing clothes that are too big can make you look skinnier than you are and it might not necessarily be a good thing when you have a slender frame. Wearing clothes that are too small will do the opposite and  might even make you look like Chabelo.

Get the right length. When purchasing new jeans or pants it is very important to get the right length. We all know not everyone is built like the mannequins at the stores and not everyone can just wear items off the rack. So getting the right length of pants will benefit you in the way that they won’t shorten your legs the way that pants that are too long will, and won’t make you look like you’re ready for the flood the way that pants that are too short will. I mean, who wants to look like Pee Wee Herman’s cousin?

Try them on. Typical, guys will just purchase clothes without trying them on and later, when they find out they don’t fit, will not return them for some odd reason. Therefore, one piece of advice I always offer is, try everything before buying it. Trust me, it will save you time and money in the long run and also the embarrassment of having to return it because you thought that was your size.

Pay attention to trends. When it comes to jeans there are plenty of fits out there, but whatever is trending is usually what complements your body at the time. Right now the perfect fit for most guys would be a slim fit jean, tapered at the bottom.

Lastly, take a picture. Once you have tried your new clothes that are the correct size and length, take a picture. An image is worth a thousand words. You’ll be pleasantly surprised of how good you really look, and know that by embracing your true size you’ll feel great and perhaps even more confident.

After all was said and done my friend was very happy with everything we bought, and I’d like to think he learned a lot from our little trip to the mall. Why else would he have asked for a second date?


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