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Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Which brands fit your body type the best? Type the brand and your body type below so other guys can shop there too! https://www.petermanningnyc.com/ - Click here to discover Peter Manning - Use Code RMRS20 for 20% OFF - Thanks, Peter Manning for being the paid sponsor of today's video http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/find-best-clothing-brand/ - Click here to read the article - How to find the best brand for YOU Video Summary: 0:29 - Fit is King 3:18 - Look at the house style 4:09 - Check the build quality 5:42 - Look at the brand's reputation 6:38 - Look at the company's price model https://www.facebook.com/groups/rmrscommunity/ - Click HERE To Join our online Facebook Community
JaxsenSchermacher (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style the brand APT. 9 from Kohl's fits me well. I'm 5'11 and pretty thin. Most of their stuff is slim and extra slim which is perfect for me.
ahastar1141 (1 year ago)
I have found ministry of supply dress shirts fit me best and require no tailoring for a perfect fit, Jcrew and banana republic casual shirts fit me perfectly. For dress pants I always wear Hagaar pants. It's taken me years to figure it out, but it feels good to have those fits and companies locked down. It makes shopping way easier
Emil Pagala (1 year ago)
I think it's on acemarks.com You are welcome.
Saeed Hojjati (1 year ago)
Hi Antonio, Where are the brown boots that your model has on in the picture (1:44) from?
Yuri (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style is Tommy Hilfiger a good brand? I like their clothing a lot but I'm concerned they're out of style.
Juan G (1 year ago)
Hey Antonio, should the shoulder seams end at the sharp bone on the back of my shoulders? I recently bought a denim and leather jacket and they fit a bit snug on the chest but have perfect sleeve lengths (that I often struggle with) and I'm hesitant to size up because of the possibility of the sleeve length being to long
Jesse Indalecio (1 year ago)
Honestly I really like wearing Express. Good clothes for casual office wear, and I can still go to the bar with it. Im 5'2 and about 140 lbs. The only down side is the "lack" of options. They have a lot to pick from, but nothing new , other then the seasonal stuff, if your in the store every 3 months.
Ajhkatsumoto (1 year ago)
6ft 180lbs and Ive found Tommy Hilfiger and Brooks Brothers to be my favorites.
Yakub (1 year ago)
Awesome to show the c lothing on mates
Peter A Edwards (1 year ago)
Great video, I can understand and know where you are coming from with branding. I would love to shop for mens clothing, the issue being size, having a long leg and very slim waist makes it difficult to buy trousers, narrow fitting shoes are difficult to find and extra small or small tops are hard to find. To get the right size means childrens clothing, which on a man can look way out of place. Finding a tailor or gobbler where I am is not easy, health issues mean not being able to get into the city where there is easy parking. One company I loved there clothing was C&A which no longer sells in the UK, this was the only place where the size was correct. At 5'1" can pose an issue being too short for most men's trousers, as the leg length may be correct but the waist is 4 sizes too large.
Harkonen (1 year ago)
hard to take fashion tips from a guy in that suit :0
BlakPharms (1 year ago)
5'5" 120lbs 🙋
Anthony M (1 year ago)
For me, it's Canali for suits and J.M. Weston for shoes.
Ankit Chowdhury (1 year ago)
Hey Antonio your suit is really attractive looking . But what color pants go well with that suit ? Because i am really considering buying that colored suit .
Lukas T (1 year ago)
I am 178cm and weigh about 73kg - so I am somewhat fairly average with the hips being a bit wider than for most guys I would imagine. What I have absolutely fallen in love with is a Scandinavian company called "Selected". So they actually name it either "Selected Homme" or "Selected Femme"....what can i say...every single T-Shirt in size "L" fits amazingly!
César Martínez (1 year ago)
Hi Antonio, glad to see you are still doing great videos and pushing hard into making men better, great! My go-to brand when it comes to suits is Hugo Boss. When it comes to pants, I'm happy with Banana Republic jeans. 32, male, media industry professional, 5'5".
Wolf0067 (1 year ago)
One thing makes it more complicated to find the right brands: FASHION. The brand that had the perfect fit two years ago for you might offer today a more or less different cut adapted to the current fashion. It makes sense to try on brands that didn't fit in the past and it is also wise to be careful with proved brands. Neiher the brand nor the size is important. All that counts is that the item has a perfect fit.
Arhum Ahmad (1 year ago)
I'm 5'9 and muscular (well defined pecs shoulders and arms) but a little chubby on the stomach area. any brand suggestions?
Raul Montoya (1 year ago)
Arhum Ahmad Tommy Hilfiger
wizard (1 year ago)
I'm 5.10 and like 110lbs it is freaking hard to find fitting clothing
George G. Amiri (1 year ago)
Dude, that intro music is awesome! Who made it and how can I get into contact with them?
vaw power (1 year ago)
I hate the jacket that the model was wearing it just didn't seem to fit around the neck. The collar is to large giving the illusion that his body is much bigger than his skull. great videos rmrs keep it up
vaw power (1 year ago)
Let me add that I was talking about the brown jacket.
John Horchler (1 year ago)
I did not see any dickie"s
MultiMrMiles (1 year ago)
italian traditional family brands/ companies: truzzi, barba, LBM, hevo: expensive but a base for decades.....elegance is always KEY
laruzzi1 (1 year ago)
I am 5:10in and 198pounds...any suggestions for me?
The Modest Man (1 year ago)
I can vouch for Peter Manning...awesome stuff. Great modeling, Bryan!
Chocolate Divine (1 year ago)
As a women I love Boden. It's a British brand. I love a European sensibility to style.
Hello Antonio! I was missing this video on you tube, congratulations, great video. I have seen videos of over or underpriced brands but this is what I was looking for. That said, I think I just found an affordable brand that fits my body, my lifestyle, etc, etc. I want to know what do you think about the Swedish brand JLindeberg? please be honest. Thank you very much for you answer.
Antonio Pieri (1 year ago)
such a fresh outfit! Love it!
Vin Vin (1 year ago)
Antonio Centeno is the god of visual clothing explanation 😎
JUTZZZ (1 year ago)
another great tips any tips for man's jewelry?
s pavan (1 year ago)
i love u shows
Pradip Jung Gurung (1 year ago)
Great video Antonio, it has help widen my knowledge of branding clothes, and what to look for when next time i go to buy! Fan from UK.
King Lucifer (1 year ago)
I love your videos
Eetu Palo (1 year ago)
No. Brand loyalty is stupid.
uniaguilar (1 year ago)
use peter manning they are good, not cheap though
Hi Antonio, Thank you for your awesome vids. You are motivating me a lot with them and really have changed the way I feel. Thanks for that. Could you please make a video about deodorants that come with perfumes ? Thank you Kevin
Moises Ridderstaat (1 year ago)
wow Antonio he looks tall though if you were not there i would of thought he is tall. i am 6,2 but very slim 50lbs i should be 75lbs for my height. dutch clothing fits me best
Fred Calabrese (1 year ago)
This is a good video, and I needed to be reminded about the basics. In response to developing Type 2 Diabetes, I drastically altered my diet, and, as a result, I lost 90 lbs and 9." Since I'm still losing weight, I'm now slowly rebuilding my wardrobe. I used to swear by Jack Victor and Hart Schaffner Marx suits and sport coats. However, they tend to be cut to accommodate fatter men. At this point in time Brooks Brothers' Madison Fit works well on me. The issue is American made Brooks Brothers suits are pricey, and the imported Brooks Brothers suits and sport coats do not have he same quality and fit. I see a journey to a quality men's store in the not so distant future.
JR Snyder Jr (1 year ago)
Your friend Brian is a TMM kind of guy lol. Peter Manning shirts are good because the collars are the right size for a smaller build and height. They don't take a medium collar and stick it on a smaller cut shirt therefore they're not too large especially if you also have a short neck.
UnkieStu (1 year ago)
During my lifetime, I have had a Korean tailor and cobbler (yes, IN KOREA) who have kept my sizes, for anything leather.  I would send a photo and they made the product.  Most of the time I had them ship.  Every two years I stopped by for double-checks on sizing.  Do you know all of your sizes?  Find a good tailor and let him know who you are. Tell that you have come to be sized (ask for a listing on paper to take with you) and that you want him to do all of your adjustments.  Yes, let him R/R your buttons, and to keep your loyalty over the years.  I am originally east coast and always liked the service at Today's Man, who sold to Men's Warehouse.  Both offered lifetime adjustments.  A real financial plus, for me.  Always ask and always use.  I've now been on the west coast over 50 years.  I use a private tailor for those items I purchase that need adjustments, not covered elsewhere.  For the younger guys, you need to start out small and on the cheap.  Use your occasional bonus and raise to add quantity to your wardrobe.  You can always mix and match a few items of clothing that will give you a noticeable change so are not repeating your daily outfits.  Don't wear on Monday what you did on Friday.  I always had an outfit change at work (I had access to shower for an unexpected evening out), owned my own tux, and kept at the office, also.  Both sealed and stored appropriately, with shoes and accessories).   On your first trip out for clothes, talk like a boss and say what you want and need.  Start with, after introductions, and without saying, (in a boy's, medium).  Get the lingo down.  Now, because I always run in the middle, like between a medium and a large in my shirts, my waist is always a 31.5/32.5, with a middle-break, 16.5 shirt, letting the tailor do what is right and correct with the sleeves, with a 38 regular spot/suit coat, with a 8 medium-wide shoe in Euro 42.  I believe you are getting the picture.  I worked up to 10 suits (or combinations) remembering that 10 can be mixed to have something different, each day of the week/month.  For dress shirts, think formal to casual... crisp white, or palest blue, or lightest tan, with no designs, then a light dotted in the lightest of those 3 colors, then very light single stripes, then double stripes, then 2 increasingly darkening shirts, smooth ties with the more formal to textured.  I don't do brown shoes/belts because I like oxblood.  Now, before you dump on me for being unrealistic, remember, I am giving you a plan, or a goal to get to in your lives.  Now go to the best men's clothier where you live, or not, and daydream on their website.  Look at the its I've written about, and even print out and photo shop the items with your head on top and in the picture, LOL!  Remember youse“s gots to start somewhere.  Visit Anthony's website to reinforce your need and plans.  I wrote this so you will not get overwhelmed.  Now you've got a plan.  Best of luck! For Anthony, when I purchase clothing online, I always look at the reviews, to see if the items run off size and have value.  I don't mind purchasing one size up, if needed, as my guy will adjust, to avoid returns.  Hey, it could also be the last item in any size and then I need to carefully decide if I want to make the purchase.  This year, I am most happy with Territory Ahead.  They have great items, not all for me, with great customer service.
Francisco Fausto (1 year ago)
VIDEO IDEA Hello Antonio. So I live a really active life style. I do martial arts, surf, rock climb, bike, hike, run and many other outdoor activities. When I dress it up when I go out I like to wear chinos or jeans. I have an issue of when I wear jeans or chinos my phone doesn't fit in my pocket. The jeans/chinos fit really well and if I size up it will look baggy. Also, I feel uncomfortable in jeans and prefer chinos because of the stiffness. Any suggestions? Phone belt clips, fashionable?
Francisco Fausto (1 year ago)
Thank so much for the video ANTONIO!!! You are a great help. I love watching every video that you post.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Have you seen this? https://youtu.be/o9h0E6jt8aA
AF (1 year ago)
as always straight to the point, in a very elegant way. thanks and keep up the good work
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching!
David Grauvogl (1 year ago)
The good news with the online world we're shifting toward is the increased availability of goods. That is also a down side, because with fewer brick and mortar stores it's more difficult to inspect and try on before you buy. I'm extremely hesitant to try online suits simply because I have little faith I'll get the classic style I want instead of a skinny suit as per the current fads. I guess my tip, if you're living somewhat remote, is make sure your online source has a good return policy. And second, do your homework: Since you are probably doing a lot of online shopping, don't be afraid to dig into those names you see. And last, you can't be afraid to try new things either. Antonio might be disappointed, but I've taken advantage of sales as an opportunity to try different brands; that is to say, know what voids in your wardrobe need filling and don't be afraid to use sales to try new brands, but buy just for the sake of buying.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
David - Glad it works for you. The important thing about building your interchangeable wardrobe is buying what you need and throwing away one you haven't worn for months to save money. I don't see anything wrong with using sales as a way to try new brands.
Logan Haney (1 year ago)
You recommended finding up-and-coming clothing brands in order to get quality clothes for a better price, but how do you suggest finding these brands? Most of my shopping is done in well-known stores.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Research my friend. Make a long sweep through all your available stores and see what they have to offer. Note down the brands that work well, if there are any, and keep those in mind.
Tak Maeda (1 year ago)
Antonio!! That blue jacket is 🔥
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Thank you Tak!
Chargers2114 (1 year ago)
Another elite video! Love It!
Chargers2114 (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style : I always like hearing fit is king. My next thing to learn about is build quality, so I enjoyed hearing about that! I always thumbs up your videos!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Thank you! Which point is your favorite?
Im A Canadian (1 year ago)
I'm an American Eagle guy
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Cool! How long have you been wearing it?
Escobar Style1 (1 year ago)
Great video Antonio. I have many brands I go to for certain item clothing. Examples are.. The Tie Bar: button shirts / Banana Republic: chinos / Express for men: casual shirts / Johnston&Murphy: dress shoes... just to name a few but I have to look everywhere. It's a struggle but I'm use to it now. Btw, I can't wait for the next pocket square if you are still doing that. 😁🙏🏼. All the best my friend.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Solid list here Escobar :)
Andre Carrera (1 year ago)
hey antonio would you do a video about buying the first suit, i know you have mentioned some details about your first suit please
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Solid comment Ymoh! Thanks for sharing this :)
Ymoh (1 year ago)
Out of one of his videos: Go for navy blue or charcoal grey. NOT black. Black is just for funerals and black-tie events. There will be time for your pearl greys and shades of blue and other stuff when you are aiming for your 3rd 4th 5th suit or whatever. Keep it simple with flat colors (maybe a very very light diplomatic stripe or birds eye pattern) and avoid "creative" lapels, pockets and buttons. Classic is timeless and will ALWAYS do you good service. You will have time to get more creative and have fun when you are expanding your wardrobe. Stick to the two piece (no vest) unless vest is the norm because of your job field (think bankers) or if you live in a cold place/will spend most of the time out on the street with that suit and need the extra warmth. *Never EVER wear your suit jacket alone* (like with jeans or chinos or smth). I can't stress this enough. Using it more often than the suit pants will make it more faded and used and they will soon stop being the same color and have different fabric feel. Combine suit with simple classic shirts. White and light blues are your friends here. Keep ties simple: reds or blues over white shirt, yellow, light grey, dark blue over blue shirt. Finally, don't ruin your first suit outfit with awful accesories like old/damaged shoes or belt. Hope I helped.
Johan Gallo (1 year ago)
Love your videos, keep up the good work. I would like to know from where you got the blazer in the video, it looks amazing!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Suit supply!
Plaga Negra (1 year ago)
I'm 6"3 1/2 and weigh 309 lbs. I have no styles but I would like to know all the brands at once and make my own decision.
Plaga Negra (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style Thank you so much
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
You should check Dappered.com - https://dappered.com/
Alex Chalatsis (1 year ago)
this video helped me so much keep up the good work
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Thanks for watching Alex!
Collins M (1 year ago)
Express shirts are literally made for me. Other dress shirts I have to take to the tailor. Express shirts are like "BOOM! This one's for you bud! straight off the rack" I love Express!!!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Glad it works for you :)
Ymoh (1 year ago)
That's what happens to me with Hackett slim fit shirts. Perfect shoulder/chest ratio, perfect sleeve length. If only they were not sooooo expensive.
Mig Payawal (1 year ago)
I'm glad you have a guest on this video to help you showcase quality clothing. Great content, Antonio.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Thank you sir! Glad you enjoyed it.
Luis Se (1 year ago)
Antonio, I really like your videos. Do you have some info on how to use foulards?
Luis Se (1 year ago)
Thanks a lot for your reply!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Check this guide from Gentleman's Gazette: https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/evolution-neckwear-tie-cravat-scarf/
May I share this video on my Cognac Club Promotion Facebook page? Love your input! 🍷😏
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Yes! Make sure to tag us when you do,
Maxim Zimmermann (1 year ago)
The leather jacket looks somehow off
John Templeton (1 year ago)
My friends dad is Peter Manning lol.... I go to school with her.
BIll Varas (1 year ago)
For Big & Tall the best solution I have found is Destination XL. The store has named brands like Ralph Lauren, Geoffrey Beene, etc. that make clothing for men that are tall or obese exclusively for DXL. DXL even has tailored made shirts. All the a man need s to dress well can be found at DXL. Now brand names mean money so be prudent if you are on an budget. Another brand I like for B&T is Michael Strahan's Collection at JC Penney. Great quality and bang for the buck.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Thanks for the tip Bill!
Pedro o Raposo (1 year ago)
I'm a barely 5"7 man, and the brand that fits me perfectly is Massimo Dutti. It's like their shirts were made specifically for my body. I'd rather wear one of their shirts than something more expensive but not as close-fitting.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Super!
Ymoh (1 year ago)
I love their style. I hate that it is made for "small" bodies. Damn you, Massimo!!!!
warrenebuffett (1 year ago)
6:59 saw an interview with bill ackman where he addressed this
John Yavenue (1 year ago)
I like Peter Manning clothing though I feel the price point and value are off for the common man. You can find properly fitting clothing on Amazon it helps to have prime for free returns, but it does take a bit of work. Also limited selection
Oh noes! Oh noes! (1 year ago)
A very useful video. I have a hard time getting clothes to fit me with my longer arms and torso where the shoulders fit me but the arms are way too short. It also why I have jackets all the way from 42L to 46R and I even seen the same manufacture and model with the same size and one will fit me and the other don't. It not easy emulating a gorilla it seems.
leigh cannon (1 year ago)
Nice video Antonio! I found your channel about two months ago when I was preparing for an important job interview... been watching ever since. Keep it up!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Welcome to the community!
Sohail Vij (1 year ago)
I would suggest Mark and Spencer for high rise dress trousers they also have a modern fit which doesn't have extra fabric from the knees downwards.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Thanks for the tip Sohail!
Ahmed Awami (1 year ago)
Express perfect brand for my body fit
Louis-Philippe Noel (1 year ago)
My go-to brand is Nautica, they are going well with my athletic and tall body
Daniel Steeves (1 year ago)
I'm a found guy who needs 28w 32l pants and I have the hardest time finding them so that my legs aren't swimming in tons of fabric. suggestions?
slim jim87 (1 year ago)
is he Alpha M?
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Aaron Marino is Alpha M. :)
Alan M (1 year ago)
I like the "racing green" brand it's and English company, their clothes just seem seem to be made for me size wise.
uh jkl (1 year ago)
Antonio I've often seen those parts like at 8:10 in this video, where the camera has lost the focus for a time. Maybe you could find out what's causing it. And because I'm planning on updating my summer wardrobe, do I have to match the clothing with my haircolor? Keep up the good work!!
uh jkl (1 year ago)
Thanks!!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
You have to consider your contrast (hair, skin color, etc) http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/color-wheel-menswear/
Arash Jafariolia (1 year ago)
Ted Baker for those gentleman who pay attention the small details!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
For sure!
MILFMAN1986 (1 year ago)
can u do a video on best brands that are affordable
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Check my recommended brands here: http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/complete-recommended-product-checklist/
Manny Oso (1 year ago)
What's a good brand for a 6 foot man, built with a 6'4 wingspand and a broad shoulders
MVP RNGesus (1 year ago)
Hey Antonio what's your opinion on Joseph A Bank?
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Haven't used that brand. Check my recommended brand list here: http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/complete-recommended-product-checklist/
Sean Stevenson (1 year ago)
Hi Antonio! Another great video! 👍🏻 Question for you... I'm 6'4" 200 lbs with a thinner athletic build. I have trouble finding clothes that have enough length (inseam, sleeve length) and have a slimmer fitted style. Do you have any brand suggestions for me? Thx! Sean 😊
Transparent Submarine (1 year ago)
Personally, I like Springfield 'cause I'm mora a thinner dude and by rule I'm really self-conscient about it when I wear other, but it's fit it's awesome. Btw: Greetings to everyone from Gran Canaria, Spain.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Cheers Spain!
Aurrius1991 (1 year ago)
I'm tall (1.89m) and thin (68 kg) so it's very hard to find clothing that is long enough but not too wide. For shirts and suits, I have no choice but to go custom. However, recently, the British shop ASOS launched their "Tall" line, which means I now have jeans that are actually long enough but not too wide, as well as a great trench coat.
Aurrius1991 (1 year ago)
Treading close to that line, but thankfully staying just on the right side of it. I've been very thin my entire life, no matter how much I eat or exercise. Nothing seems to help and I've accepted that.
mxt mxt (1 year ago)
Aurrius1991 I get the feeling you're underweight.
Pablo Yanqui (1 year ago)
Zara Men
NeonPro (1 year ago)
Hey pablo, I'm sorry dude. I'm so sorry that you can't afford J. Crew or Banana Republic. Trust me, you will get something to eat someday!! Greetings to mexico!! Pablo Juan Luis :)
NeonPro (1 year ago)
In case you didnt know what sarcasm is, let me be just literal: im in better shape than you moron.
Pablo Yanqui (1 year ago)
NeonPro Well now we know why Zara shirts wear and tear for you it's for Fit Men and it's suppost to be dry cleaned not washed lol
NeonPro (1 year ago)
1. Yess... Im obese, thats why I have a video on my channel of myself playing basketball on my national team (lol) 2. Zara is cheap wtf do u even mean?? Even gap has a higher procepoint 3. You dont even need to know about style to distinguish good from bad quality clothing... dont get triggered by a single question 😂
Pablo Yanqui (1 year ago)
NeonPro so here's my 3 assumption by your absurd comments and because your profile is a joke. 1. You're overweight or obese. (So of course the clothing is going to wear and tear on you like any other clothes that's why I emphasize "FIT MEN") 2. You can't afford it. 3. You don't know style. But luckily you have Antonio to help you 😀
Sergio Montes (1 year ago)
love Peter manning!! im buying their shorts. im 5'3
Saadsalik 60 (1 year ago)
antonio i am also 5'9 . is this height enough to look great when dressed well or should i try to increase it as i am under 18!
sunny gohel (1 year ago)
brand not make peraonality, our personality is brand
sunny kadam (1 year ago)
sir thanku so much
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
You're welcome!
The_Law_908 (1 year ago)
Antonio What are your thoughts on the Express brand?
kaikaichen (1 year ago)
I'm not Antonio obviously, but I personally have a love/hate relationship with Express. One thing I really like about Express is that I think they have an impressive range of both sizes and fits, and in my experience they don't fool you with vanity sizing. But on the other hand their quality isn't very good, making them not worth their somewhat high price in my opinion.
Leonardo Morsen (1 year ago)
Does anyone know an online-shop that has "skinny button down short sleeves shirts"? Slim fit is to large for me, I need skinny or rather super or extra skinny. Most shops have only one or two in my size and they're only a boring one-color-shirt... Thank you if you respond Gentlemen :-)
24821daphneeast (1 year ago)
Anyone have any suggestions for a stocky guy? 6'2- 260 - Built like a linebacker?
24821daphneeast (1 year ago)
LOOOOOl!!! Funny video- pretty much sums up my life!
UnkieStu (1 year ago)
You are welcome!  We all need to laugh and have fun again.  Look up, here, The Man Song, and enjoy.  It is a puppet.  Maybe you'll enjoy.  Smile and have a great one!
24821daphneeast (1 year ago)
UnkieStu - lol- thanks for the advice and the laughs!
UnkieStu (1 year ago)
How do you know that you are stocky?  Stocky is not a size, but portly is.  Other sizes are, regular, tall and big.  Get to a tailor for a sizing, and let him know your concerns.  Expect to pay for the sizing, and give a tip for the advice.  Now buy a nice casual shirt with slacks, that will match your new footwear, leave in the car, should you have bad vibes, then go get them so he can measure the inseam.  It won't be ready overnite.  Tell yourself and the boss, your wife, that its for your birthday.  Then ask her if she would like a nice red dress.......etc.  The rest is up to you, big guy!
AwesomeTank63 (1 year ago)
van heusen
Timothy Brown (1 year ago)
I'm a teenager who's wardrobe is made up of only branded clothes like Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren and you mentioned how do I shift to unbranded or cheaper clothing without losing confidence Antonio?!
Timothy Brown (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style thanks Antonio I will read the article now! :)
Timothy Brown (1 year ago)
Jeff Stormer this is very informative and I will make sure to take these steps into consideration
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Style pyramid. Fit, Fabric and Style. This is what you need to remember when buying affordable clothing: http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/style-pyramid/
Jeff Stormer (1 year ago)
good on you for starting early! May I suggest first checking out Antonio's collection of videos/articles on quality: What makes for a high quality suit, or shirt, or whatever. Then take that knowledge to a local men's clothier--not Jos A Banks or Men's Warehouse, but someplace where you can have Made To Measure or bespoke clothing created for you. A reputable establishment will recognize, as a young man, that you're not likely to have the $$$ to drop, but they will still encourage you to browse, dream, ask questions. It's about developing a good relationship with a potential customer. The savvy MTM shop will know that if they treat you well while you're still dipping your toes in the deep end of the style scene, you're much more likely to come to them when you're ready to invest in quality clothing. Ask some questions, based on what you learn from Antonio'. Ask to see the details--have the customer service rep point out what the stitch count really looks like, ask to feel the higher quality fabrics. 1. You'll know from first hand experience what quality looks like. Now you can apply that knowledge and experience as see if your go-to brands really met the standard. I think you'll be sadly surprised at how often companies skate on their brand name and don't really back it up (anymore) with quality. They be talkin' game, but won't actually have any. 2. You'll be able to find high quality builds from labels you've never heard of, like Antonio said in this video, or from brands you discounted because they're not trendy. 3. You know quality when you find it in thrift shops--my favorite option! I scored a charcoal suit that only needed the jacket sleeves shortened & pants hemmed...for $6. I'll spend 10 times that getting the sleeves shortened. I can do the pant hem myself, but even if I didn't, I'd still come out ahead. To sum up: Knowledge is the key to confidence. You know what quality construction is, you know quality material, you know what shades/tones of what colors look best on you...you know you look good. Since as a student, you're more likely to have more time than money, spend it going through RMRS archives. Join the FB page--the men there will gladly help you along. Save your pennies and get one of Antonio's products! And all the best in your style adventures!
Kilian QZR (1 year ago)
Timothy Brown you're welcome, just remember that it doesn't hurt to try
MrFreiheit (1 year ago)
Express for cheap blend shirts, quality I go to local tailor and find something close, 💯 cotton,and cheap have it altered.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Agreed!
Dont Worry (1 year ago)
Can you take a Thrift Store buy and make it look like high class?
Dont Worry (1 year ago)
Brocton Nunns use to go to a Thrift that had great suit jackets. Just looking for professional advice. Someone told me go to garment district and have a tailor make me up a suit cheaper than major labels.
Brocton Nunns (1 year ago)
Dont Worry this is actually what I used to do before I could afford new suits. You just have to know what you are doing for instance: if you are looking for a suit, you need to find a matching set that was made together from the same fabric and make sure the shoulders of the jacket and the seat of the pants fit you, everything else can be brought in fairly easily by a tailor. hope this helps!
Shame on the Moon (1 year ago)
What is the watch in your intro video?
one from iraq (1 year ago)
Yes
ewann firks Brooks (1 year ago)
intro music?
one from iraq (1 year ago)
Hi, if you check a nearby Mont Blanc watches stores you will find exactly what you are looking for..
vaw power (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style that's a beauty of a watch.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
I don't think that color is available anymore but here's another style: http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/584-amz-invicta-watch
Mike Arredondo (1 year ago)
4 me the best brands have been J crew Hugo boss Alternative apparel Ralph Lauren I'm 6ft 190 dad bod 4 sure even tho I'm only turning 33 today
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Good choices here :)
venepally bharghava (1 year ago)
hey thank me too like u did last time
DeJuan McGuire (1 year ago)
I am about 5"6, so I appreciate your recommendation of Peter Manning. My ideal inseam size is about 29 inches, but I usually have to buy 30 inch inseam pants and either get them adjusted or cuff them. Nice to see that Peter Manning offers inseams from 26 to 30 inches. I may give them a try next time I need to buy pants.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Sounds like a plan :)
Vickle Yi (1 year ago)
I like Uniqlo and Ben Sherman
Lucas Holguin (1 year ago)
Sometimes I think brands have a thing against me (I'm joking of course, ha!): i.e. 5'5" and have a an abnormally small waist  :I
Lucas Holguin (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style Thank you! Will do!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Lucas - you should check Brock McGoff's style guide for short men: http://www.themodestman.com/
ThePresidentNate (1 year ago)
Could you talk about how you find these high quality up and coming companies?
boilerdude21 (1 year ago)
I'm 5'9" and 125lbs. The best brand for shirts that fit correctly that I have found is Egara. It is one of the house brands of Men's Wearhouse. I wouldn't recommend their suits, but their sport shirts are good
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Good stuff!
Juan Cano (1 year ago)
How do you tailor a pant for that extra girth?
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
You will find this useful http://www.themodestman.com/alterations-101-mens-dress-pants-trousers-and-slacks/
FroMarty (1 year ago)
I struggle with shirts. Average height but my neck circumference to chest size ratio doesn't seem to fit the norm
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Best of luck that you'll find the right brand for you.
James Wong (1 year ago)
I find that sometimes clothes from Asian companies and those from non-Asian can be totally different.
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
You've got culture and body type among others as a factor for this
Abdul Rahman (1 year ago)
Antonio The Genius
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
And you as well!
Leonardo Mancini (1 year ago)
Thanks for all the quality content! I'm 6ft 4'' and my favourite brand is scotch & soda...
Guille Moralez (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style hi antonio, S&S has quality as well. I like rag & bone for a casual look (henleys are nice and comfy) as for a dress up or down I like to wear BR, J crew, john varvatos for a masculine look (usa, luxe & collection ) vince, theory and burberry. but with burberry I'm very careful about the check patterns (not want to scream "hey. ... pls look at me I'm wearing burberry) "... ) all of these brand can be worn for dress up or down if you are a slim, and not so tall guy. hope it helps
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Great! Thanks too for sharing
Hender Gonzales (1 year ago)
Perhaps it's a testament to how well you do your job, but I never imagined you were under 6 feet tall
JR Snyder Jr (1 year ago)
The secret always is never act short but like the tallest guy in the room. Oh and no "Napoleon Complex" either!
Jeff Stormer (1 year ago)
It's the custom tailored (elevator) socks! ;)
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
I still have some secrets to spare! ;)
24821daphneeast (1 year ago)
Real Men Real Style- Always quality video's - Thanks for another great video!
Real Men Real Style (1 year ago)
Thanks for sharing!
24821daphneeast (1 year ago)
Proper Cloth button down shirts are awesome !!! propercloth.com/

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