Louis Smith - London Collections Men 2014

Tips On How To Embrace Your Inner Male Model

You probably won’t admit it but we’re pretty sure there has been at least a few times you’ve “striked a pose” in front of the bathroom mirror, maybe even turning around looking back at yourself. Guilty? We thought so. Let us be the first to congratulate you on discovering your inner male model; now all you need to know is how to bring it out of the bathroom.

The first recommendation to bringing out this inner male model is having confidence. There’s a saying that goes something like this “a man should wear confidence as he wears his watch or tie” which means you should be confident daily or as often as you wear these items. Do you feel confident after you get dressed for work? What about when getting out of your car? Or walking into the office? If not, it’s time to evaluate what is preventing you from feeling good about your presentation to the outside world.

Next you must have something to say, without actually saying it. In other words, your clothing and style will speak for itself. If you’re wearing items that fit you well, are cleaned, properly pressed and look great on you, people will notice without you having to say or do anything. It’s always a good idea to do regular closet assessments to determine what items still work for you and which ones need to be tossed to keep your style up to date.

How often have you heard attitude is everything? It really is. Be positive as much as possible and don’t hold back in flashing those pearly whites if something deserves a smile. Women love that sort of thing!

Last, the real key to bringing out your inner male model is to walk calmly, be considerate of others and bask in all your model glory.

Sam Way- JIGSAW Menswear 2014

Ricki Hall - Beard & Male Model

Savile Row - London Collections Men


Savile Row - London Collections Men 2014