Latest Men’s Fashion Guide 2015

Style matters as much for men as it does for women. Pakistani men are increasingly style conscious but there are still plenty of men who look scruffy compared to the woman on their arm.

The New Men's Style Guide 2014 (3)Latest Men’s Fashion Guide 2015.Style matters as much for men as it does for women. Pakistani men are increasingly style conscious but there are still plenty of men who look scruffy compared to the woman on their arm. With apologies to the many well-dressed men out there, here are some styling tips for the average Pakistani man.

The New Men's Style Guide 2014 (2)The number one no-no for guys is definitely B.O. Our tropical climate means you can’t help but sweat, but you can definitely make sure you don’t smell. Extra strength deodorant should definitely be on your bathroom shelf but don’t make the teenage mistake of trying to mask B.O with an extra squirt of spray. Pair that antiperspirant with generous use of soap and water; nothing beats regular showering.Staying on the topic of grooming brings us to the next biggest fashion crime, which has to be bad hair.

This covers everything from joined up eyebrows to dandruff to brylcream. Even worse, most guys haven’t changed their hairstyle in decades and nothing is more aging than a staid hairstyle. With so many men’s salons out there now, there really isn’t any excuse.No one’s saying you have to turn into Beckham and sport a different style every week, but there’s no harm in experimenting a little. Even if your job demands you look professional, there is nothing wrong with going for a more “with it” look. At worst, you’ll have to wait a couple of weeks to grow out a style you don’t like while at best your hotness rating could go through the roof.

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