Sep 27, 2022
Beauty is good.
We know this, because we enjoy the transformations that occur with our body as we train and eat better.
Wearing good-fitting, appropriate clothing presents a better, more beautiful aesthetic. It helps you build confidence and presents a better version of yourself to the world.
Style doesn't necessarily mean buying expensive clothing and chasing the newest fashions.
It means dressing appropriately based on your settings, the image you want to present, and what you're doing.
This could mean wearing plain, well-fitted, high-quality t-shirts instead of baggy t-shirts with logos.
This could mean tailoring some of your pants or spending some time finding jeans or chinos that fit and continuing to buy those over and over again.
Like fitness or strength, improving your style is an ongoing process. You don't have to (and really probably cannot effectively) buy a new wardrobe all at once.
You might find one or two items first: a t-shirt or jeans or shorts. Ensure they fit and you like them, then you might need to revise something else in your everyday uniform.
Start with the big ticket items: the shirt and pants or shorts. Then you might move to shoes. From there, maybe you're looking into the socks, belt, and items you wear less frequently.
You also have to realize that you'll learn more as you go, so if you tried to do it at once, you won't understand what you likes, what fits, and what you image you want to convey.
Enjoy the process. You're going to make mistakes. That's okay. Keep getting better.