Men’s Essentials: Personal Styling at the Push of a Button
Posted On Dec 08, 2015
Personal styling at the push of a button?
We’re in. Here, we round up some of the greatest online style resources for guys.
It’s hard to argue with this expertly edited and seriously sharp site offering classic menswear, accessories, shoes, home goods, and tech items—especially when you take a gander at the reasonable price tags. Meanwhile, the “JT Edit” tab offers brings you close to brands that speak to your lifestyle and provides top style advice. (Think: a practical guide to buying boxer briefs and instructions on how to pack a blazer.)
It’s hard to believe that a stylist-driven website can be so dead-on when selecting complete outfits that work on a personal level. Yet this monthly service pulls together the perfect additions to your wardrobe. You just sign up, give your sizes and style preferences, specify what you want (or let them pack surprises), approve the score via email, and then the clothes are shipped to you. Not sure about something? You’ve got 10 days to decide and send it back.
Taking into consideration your personal tastes, budget, and current wardrobe, the stylists of Trunk Club are skilled, value-driven, and enthusiastic about linking you with looks that will take you far. Want some easy style advice? Their site is cool and well curated. Curious about the real stylists tending to your closet? They’re profiled there, too. If you’re not sold once your trunk of new duds arrives, just send it back within 10 days.
Your mother warned you about wearing fresh underwear. (You never know what could happen.) Well, undergarments don’t get much cooler or more stylish than the skivvies and socks of Mack Weldon—dubbed the “iPhone of Underwear.” This site features perfectly cut and constructed “essentials” made at top mills. If you like ’em, it’s super simple to replenish. Mom would be proud.
Get a high-quality assortment of seasonally appropriate accessories and styling products (think: pocket squares, jaunty ties, swank socks, spirited bow-ties, and manly soaps or balms), all vetted by top stylists and quite reasonable in price. Sprezza means “dapper or stylish without [seemingly] trying” in Italian, and they aren’t kidding.
Since a well-shorn mug goes so nicely with those choice new clothes of yours, we recommend signing up for the much-loved razor resource Dollar Shave Club. You just log on, pick a razor you like, and all you pay for each month are the blades you’ll need to for daily maintenance. It’s a nominal cost and a great group of products. Don’t miss their premium shaving, hair, and cleansing lines for guys, either.