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3 Ways to Upgrade your dress style

Hey gents, this one is for you.

I've noticed that a lot of guys don't really take much notice of their style and don't really make much of an effort. A lot of the times, I see guys dressing how they did in College or High School. Come on guys, you're better than that. Go with simple classic items and you're set.

This will be the first in a series of posts where I'll be giving some tips on how to upgrade your style, easily and affordably.

A fitted shirt, slim fit chinos and a nice blazer

Just these 3 items will take you a long way in your quest to being more dapper. And not looking like a total tweed.

Step 1 - Buy yourself a fitted shirt

Look for shirts that are fitted, something that fits well on the chest and please gents, tuck those shirts in. There's nothing worse than an untucked shirt, it looks ultra sloppy.

My all time favourite shirt, is a plain white fitted shirt. Buy something like the Carhatt Rogers Shirt from Superbalist. They have great sizing guides on their website and awesome client service, so they're my top pick for buying clothes, or anything else cool really.

Step 2 - Get a slim fit white shirt

Every guy needs one pair of good looking chinos, and my go to is a slim fit navy pair of chinos, you can pair them with everything, plus they will make you look awesome paired with with a white shirt. My pick this week is this pair of Bellfield Navy blue chinos from Superbalist.

Step 3 - Upgrade your style with a blazer

And to take your look just that much further, you need a great blazer. I love this Grey Ponti blazer from Superbalist because it can be dressed up or down, but mostly you can dress any look up a bit with a comfy blazer like this one!

That's all there is to it folks. If you liked this post, leave a comment below and keep reading for more posts like this weekly.

K. Thanks. Bye.

Dillon Kin

Dillon Kin is the founder of I Live Under a Rock. He writes about travel, life in Cape Town. Dillon is a foodie, coffee snob and photographer.

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