Note from Chase: this is a guest post from Darius B. over
on Sexy Style for Joe. Darius has really overdelivered here putting
together a comprehensive and classy post on getting your summer style
tightened up exceedingly well to make you look stylish, attractive, and
put-together. This our second post devoted exclusively to men’s
fashion, after our 2013 piece, “Fashion for Men: The Primer on Looking
Amazing.” If you’re ready
to get suited up for summer and get yourself looking crisp and sexy,
this article from Darius will leave you in excellent shape. Here’s
Can you feel it? Summer is getting closer and the weather is getting warmer every day. Well, even if you can’t feel it yet, I’m sure you’ve noticed how sexy women look on those beautiful days when they drop layers upon layers of unnecessary clothing and swap their sweaters and jeans for light, almost see-through sundresses. Ah… just writing about it makes my imagination go wild.
But what about us, men? The signature tight dress shirt and blazer or coat with a scarf to accessorize that used to get the job done in making us look sexy as hell is not exactly a comfortable option on warmer days, as we’d be sweating like a shy teenager on his first date.
We also don’t really have a clothing equivalent to what sundresses and cut off shorts are to women. The best the fashion industry has managed to come up with are shorts that either look very unflattering on most physiques or that are straight up lame and make even male models look asexual.
And so, is it possible for us to dress on the hot summer days in a way that make women go “Wow, who’s that guy?”?
Yes. Though summer brings a set of challenges to dressing sexy as a man, it also enables us to go for a bit more of a raw, sexual look, without appearing try-hard.
This article in turn is about giving you some ideas on great styles of clothing for summer and helping you build outfits that will not only look very sexy on you, but will also feel comfortable. We’ll start off with some core concepts, followed by some tips on picking (or not picking) specific items, then sum it all up with some practical examples you could model.