What’s underneath counts in fashion too

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When it comes to being a fashionable man, people tend to be concerned with what’s on the outside, and that makes perfect sense because fashion is primarily about clothes after all. They might think, “Gosh, that’s a sharp coat he’s wearing!” or “My goodness, look at how much swagger he has in that three piece suit!” When you are well dressed, people notice, but dressing well and being suave shouldn’t always be about what other people think or see. What about what’s on the inside? What about the side of your fashion that is essentially just for you? That’s right: your under garments and the fine lining on the inside of your clothes.

Nobody will ever see the detailed stitching or the vibrantly colored lining of your favorite jacket, but there is something immensely satisfying in knowing that it’s there. It’s like a secret that you carry with you always. These details in trim are not for observers, they are for the individual, and they not only serve our personal tastes and preferences, but they also serve our level of comfort. While nobody will notice the down lining in your favorite jacket, you will be more than glad to have it during a chilly winter evening.

Similarly, very few people will get a chance to see your under garments save for yourself and your significant other. As such, it should be a rule to always wear something comfortable and then have a bit of fun with it. Wearing a bright red union suit might not be a good look if that’s all you’ve got on, but it’s the best one piece underwear that’s acceptable for a grown man, and it’s all kinds of fun. So, take charge of what you’re sporting beneath your fabulous outfit even if nobody’s going to see it. It’s worth a little thought to be comfortable and feel good.

Written by Asher Briggs

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