When it comes to having a great style that radiates confidence and charisma, there's only 4 key elements to consider.
Being well dressed means dressing to the occasion. Wearing sweatpants to a business meeting is as ridiculous as bringing a tailored suit at a barbecue. Whether you undershoot or overshoot, missing the mark is un-stylish by default.
Dressing appropriately for the situation gets you through the door, but the fit of your clothes accounts for most of how good or bad you actually look. It's impossible to look good in clothes that don't fit, even if you're sporting the most luxurious designer garments on the market. In fact, even a well-tailored H&M suit will look better than an Armani potato sack (although it may fall apart within months).
#3 Color Coordination
Well-fitted clothes are the foundation of any stylish man's wardrobe, yet a poised command of color is what truly sets him apart. Conversely, even flawlessly tailored ensembles can be undermined by poor color choices. Color coordination is the difference between looking good and looking great.
A wardrobe full of tailored garments in tasteful colors are key ingredients for style, but the final product is ultimately decided by how they're put together. Arranging basic outfits is usually a no-brainer, and owning great pieces will make it easy to look sharp. Yet the most masterful ensembles -- while built on proper fit and color coordination -- also require skillful composition of layers, patterns, and accessories.
So there you have it: the 4 core elements of style!
Master these principles and you will be the best-dressed, most stylish man in any room. Live confidently knowing that your image makes strong impressions before you've even said a word.
Kin Moy is known to enjoy dressing up, writing long-winded rants on social media, and engaging in state-sanctioned fisticuffs.