So, with a title like ‘how young men should dress’ this article probably isn’t sounding all that promising.However, before you assume we’re going to tell you exactly how to tuck in your shirt and to steer clear of ‘ghastly’ tattoos, remember that this isn’t actually Victorian England, and when you’re young it’s kind of your duty to push the boundaries when it comes to fashion.Shorts “I think you should still be shaggable: don’t expose your knees over the age of 45 if you want to get laid," says Richard E Grant. War rationing caused the most significant change in men's suits during the 1940s.Raw denim is dark, unwashed and should be the starting point of any man’s casual wardrobe.The beauty of raw denim compared to washed denim is that over time the denim will fade to your specific wear pattern, giving your jeans unique and authentic fade patterns.The other benefit of raw denim is it dresses up better than faded denim.Dark-rinse jeans work as well for casual Fridays at work as they do for date night.
In contrast, the flashy zoot suits, occasionally worn by young men, boasted baggy pants and large, wide shoulders.
So, here are some tips on how to get the most out of your experimental days.
Typically, knowing how to dress for men in your 20s isn’t supposed to be as complicated as the rest of your life, and with fewer responsibilities, more time to go out and enjoy yourself and, unfortunately not a lot of cash to work with, you might find yourself following the cheap and cheerful trends rather than investing in staple pieces.
Guys in their 20s are the most ‘catered-to’ audience when it comes to clothes.
This is your chance to try out bold looks and trends before committing to more classic styles as you get older.