Men's Style: Building a Grown Man's Wardrobe
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About This Class
Building a Grown Man’s Wardrobe provides tips, tricks, and shortcuts to dressing well for work and for play, all from an established menswear blogger. Everything from the basics of a wellstocked closet to outsourcing your shopping is covered. Stop worrying about what you’re wearing and learn to make peace with dressing like a grown-up.
What You'll Learn:
-Dress for your body type
-Determine the sizes you should be buying
-What to keep in your closet and what to toss
-How to dress to impress your boss
-How to dress to impress the ladies
Guys, are you at a crossroads with your closet? Understand the importance of dressing well, but don’t have the time or the interest to learn how to build a grown-up wardrobe on your own? This class is for you.
Videos (shot in the brand new Bonobos Crosby St. Guideshop!) will be spent discussing the ways guys can dress better at work and off-duty, without having to devote an insane amount of time, or money, to your sartorial efforts. The online classroom will be open to questions; ask a girl who thinks about what guys wear all day long any question you have about the female perspective on men’s style.
You want to look good. Us ladies want you to look good too. Let’s figure out how to get there together.
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Simple, but well thought out presentation. Great coverage of basics. I feel as though I've got some better ideas about how to help my husband dress, and I'm looking forward to learning more from the instructor's website.
I enjoyed anytime access to course material, thorough video lectures, and an accessible teacher. This gave me the chance to get more out of the class and enabled me to be a better student.
Content to be restless.
Megan Collins runs the style blog Style Girlfriend, discussing guys’ fashion, from a girl’s perspective.
In 2009, Megan started Style Girlfriend, a weekly column dispensing sartorial advice to guys who want to look good, but don’t want to think too much about what they’re wearing. The column quickly gained a following among this group, as well as with their girlfriends and wives.
In August of 2010, McClatchy-Tribune took notice, and the column was picked up for national syndication. Since then, Style Girlfriend has appeared regularly in newspapers including the Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald and Charlotte Observer.
In January 2011, stylegirlfriend.com went live. The site is a collection of those articles, and daily content all about men’s style. From the start, Megan's goal was to help make “fashion” easier for guys, and that’s how the site should be used – as a resource in building a wardrobe to be proud of. She wants to provide shortcuts to a closet full of clothes that the lady in your life will like too.