A common mistake many men make when deciding to dress better is moving from a style that detracts from their mission to one that’s just distracting.
They assume that dressing according to a certain era (like 60’s in America), always wearing a suit, or dressing in bright colors and bold patterns – a move away from looking plain, boring, and disheveled – will automatically make them better dressed.
But building a distracting wardrobe can have as many negative effects as a detracting one.
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