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A Giant Leap for (MAN)Kind

 I people watch everyday. If I could get paid to do it, it would be a dream. Unfortunately, it usually only pays in disappointment. Disappointment in mens fashion. I used to think it was the designers fault for not creating something worthy of a womans' closet. However, it is really men that will not take the risk of expressing themselves with elegant fabrics, creative architectural designs and  forward thinking. Men have basics...button downs, suits, t-shirts, khaki shorts and sneakers. When a guy wants to go out to shop for that 'new' cool piece, he ends up buying some sort of PLAID shirt. All of the insanely brilliant designers usually incorporate plaid into their collections because they know that is what men will wear. Is there no other alternative? Is there never going to be a change? Men need to know and understand that there IS more to mens style than the status quo. We could make the changes quietly and slowly, as to not make a fuss. Do not be afraid...jump in and breath it in.  Men...welcome to the world of fashion.

I like the skinny leg denim. I think it's great that men have embraced them. To make this look a little more stylish, I would change the sneakers to a nice leather shoe like these:

or a nice boot:

There is nothing wrong with what this guy is wearing, I would just like to see more men take it a little further.

This guy has the right idea. skinny black jean, comfortable but cool shoes and a vest. I am not the vest wearing type, but I love it when guys pull it off. Unfortunately, his style doesn't go with his friends'.

This guy looks great, but if he came to me and asked me to help him with his wardrobe, I would probably have him wear these shorts:

Granted, I do not want to push 'MY' style onto anyone. I just want to push 'STYLE' onto everyone. I think these shorts are edgy and masculine. You could take away the black leggings and boots, pair it with a short sleeve white button down and Bed Stu shoes and the whole thing becomes creative! 

Don't be an ironic tragedy

~I am here to help~

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