I want to give an official alpha m. knuckle bump to all the dads! But, I am the guy who taught you how to shave (your balls!) and trim your monster man-bush. I also taught you style because dads are notoriously unstylish. Here are a few style hacks to be more stylish (and more comfortable).
Let me show what your dad missed teaching you
- How to handle prominent nipples — Dad would tell you to wear an undershirt; I hate undershirts because you can see them, and they look big & bulky. Instead, rock a bandaid on the nips for dress shirts and tees.
- How to upgrade and elevate your basics — Dad didn’t look for the details. A perfect example of style details is this tee shirt — it’s clean and classic with subtle details of the fit, sleeve length, and hem. I go for the curved hem when buying shirts from Cuts.
- What to do if your shirt collar is irritating or uncomfortable — a quick hack is to take some powder and rub it on the back of your neck to make yourself friction-free.
- How to elevate your casual style — invest in a quality pair of joggers (fit, fabric, aesthetic) like from Cuts’ new launch. You can rock these casually or dress them up. These joggers have a button, a fly, belt loops, pockets, an auxiliary zipper pocket, and tailoring through the leg. These Cuts joggers are my new daily wear pants, which I’ll combine with a tailored sweatshirt (no kangaroo pouch, tailored through the body).
- How to wear a v-neck –– your shoulders appear broader and your face more angular by drawing the eye down when wearing a v-neck. A lightweight v-neck sweater is a perfect option for fall — rock with denim and boots as your go-to outfit.
- Why you need to stop wearing standard denim like Dad — instead make your denim feel like workout pants. Look for jeans with at least 2% spandex. The more stretch, the more comfort — but be aware they will wear out faster.
- How to handle uncomfortable shoes or boots — if you have uncomfortable shoes or boots, take the inserts out of your old sneakers and put the insert into your shoe/boot. It’s already molded to your foot, unlike the store-bought inserts. The old sneaker inserts will also have arch support.