This one goes out specifically to you guys. Now, while you definitely have less to worry about considering your appearance on a daily basis, itâs imperative that you dress to impress. How about we start with the basics. Guys. You probably donât realize it, but the kind of underwear you wear is important. While it is definitely a personal preference sort of thing, the visual aspect is perhaps different than youâd think. Granted, I donât wear briefs or thongs, I stick to hipsters or bikini-style underwear, but itâs easier to get away with wearing whatever you want under your clothes when youâre a female. Letâs go over your main options: Briefs hold everything in, but theyâre terribly unflattering. Iâm not trying to bash those of you that choose to wear these, but really, it doesnât look great unless youâre ripped. Boxers, on the other hand, tend to let you breathe more and theyâre more typical for guys in our age group to wear. Theyâre not unflattering, and they come with fun designs. Boxer-briefs, in my opinion, are the ideal choice of underwear. They accentuate everything just right with the perfect amount of support. Next, letâs talk bottoms. Jeans are good. Sweatpants are good, as long as theyâre not too short and not too baggy. Under no circumstances should you expose your entire bottom, no one wants to see that. Leave something to the imagination. Pleeeease donât wear cargo pants unless you have an unnecessarily large amount of small items to carry in your pockets… in which case, you should just purchase a nifty backpack or bookbag. On that note, camoflague pants (or other clothing) is reminiscent of elementary schoolers… definitely not grown-up young men like yourselves. Now, shorts are where it gets difficult. They canât be too long, and they canât be too short; Ideally, they fall right at your knee. Denim shorts arenât terrific, while cargo shorts and athletic shorts work just fine. Tops are much easier to find than anything else for your wardrobe. T-shirts, whether they be printed or plain, are acceptable in nearly every social setting at nearly any age. Itâs easy to layer long-sleeve shirts under t-shirts or t-shirts under flannel, and it looks good most of the time. Short-sleeve button-up shirts are pretty tacky when worn alone, they make you look like an aging domestic male. One thing to watch is making sure you donât wear colors that are too dark or too light for your complexion, as that could make you look washed out. Letâs address dress clothes. First of all, you should always own a dress shirt of any color and a nice, well-fitting pair of dress pants just in case a situation pops up in which these become necessities. Nice dress shoes are imperative, even if theyâre your Dinkles (trust me, Dinkles work just fine). As you get older and find a point where youâre done growing (youâll probably be an adult, so donât worry too much about this), you should invest in a suit. And not any old dress coat and pants you picked out all by yourself at a department store, invest in a tailored suit that fits you well because it helps you appear dapper and doesnât add extra pounds through clothing. Bow ties and ties are both totally acceptable, it just depends on the social setting. Finally, there are tons of shoes that look good when youâre dressing casually. Sneakers (not athletic shoes, though), boat shoes, sandals, and boots all work perfectly well. Converse and Vans are easy ways to go if youâre just starting to acquire a collection of shoes. Make sure you donât wear socks that show too much above your shoes, as youâll likely develop an awkward tan line… not to mention that exposed socks are a wee bit bizarre. Follow these simple guidelines and youâre sure to gain oodles of appeal from everyone you know. People will be impressed with how well you dress! Go get âem, tiger.