You know that guy who looks great every day at the office and he still knows just what to wear to the kid’s soccer games or guy’s poker night? How does he do it? Is there an easy way to look great without the hassle? The answer is yes. There are simple ways to look great without the hassle, stress, or uncertainty. Here, we will go over the important components to creating a wardrobe that will make you feel confident and well-dressed—every day of the week.
Develop a “uniform”
What do you feel great wearing? If that happens to be button down shirts, or polos, or sweaters, figure out what your go-to item is in your closet. Then, make sure you have the best-fitting, most versatile options in that item. Once you’re stocked up, you will always know that you have a backup plan when you don’t know what to wear or are in a hurry. Plus, with variety, this is a look you can wear multiple times a week without your wardrobe appearing repetitive or dull. Once you have figured out what your go-to look is, work with your J.Hilburn stylist to develop a personally fit set. You can’t go wrong with a look that has been fitted to you.
Create a signature
Your personal style is as unique as your signature and you should be showing it off. Think about the people who you think are dressed really well. Is there something they always wear that takes their everyday look up a notch? Do you have something that you love to wear that can be transformed into your signature look? Maybe it is a specific watch, tie, fun pairs of socks, or even a preference for colors and prints. Every guy has a signature. When you find yours, work with your J.Hilburn stylist to help incorporate your signature into your looks.
Looking great doesn’t need to take a lot of time. You have more important things to do. One of the ways to create shortcuts is to build your wardrobe in a way so you always have options for matching. You don’t want to own a shirt that only goes with one pair of pants (unless it is for a very special occasion). Work with your stylist to find the colors that look great with your coloring, match your personal preferences, and can be easily paired together. When you shop, you shouldn’t be creating a whole new outfit, but instead determining how to build your current wardrobe to offer you more options, or to fill a specific need. Then, once your stylist knows your personal style, your size, and your wardrobe, she can cover all the shopping for you by suggesting options for you by sorting through the new arrivals each season for you.