Sure, he looks, um. . . nice. But this Ubertrendy guy's clothes are going to look dated in the next 6-10 years.
In the world of menswear, it's really best to avoid jumping on too many trendy, of-the-moment bandwagons. Currently, that includes increasingly trim cut everything and lower rises in pants among others. Fortunately, classic male style has not changed that much in the last century or so. So, I'd suggest opting instead for more classic proportions in our attire, which didn't seem too out of place 20 or 30 years ago, and neither will those proportions seem too out of place 20 or 30 years from now.
Naturally, I do not suggest that we all don the dreaded Hammer Pants of the early 1990s! But slightly more generous cuts than what is currently viewed as cutting edge in the fashion industry -- at least where the fits of our pants, jackets, and shirts are concerned -- are also a bit more forgiving for those of us who are over 25 and weigh more than 130lbs. (58.9kg). Think about it. You've got to be able to sit down in your clothes unless you stand with your arms positioned just so in a department store window all day. Know what I mean?
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