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How to Find Your Brand - Clothing Brands For Men - How To Choose Which Clothes Brand To Wear

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Real Men Real Style (8 months ago)
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NightfallIV (1 year ago)
Here's one. Maybe based on this description you could help me find something to look up: I don't really care for chic or what you see in the magazines. I wear a lot of band shirts or some with satirical innuendos. Boots and jeans every day (yes, even to the beach and Disneyland). If I had the money, I'd probably get that biker jacket (pleather over leather) I've always wanted. I love my earrings - got a snake for a stud. EVERYTHING goes with black. White gets dirty. Get the picture? On top of that I'm small, so more half of the time stuff I see I can't even get it. I'm open to a suggestion.
AAM A (2 years ago)
How do I know what colors will suit my skin color?
Pureawesome247365 (3 years ago)
Antonio, there's a clothing company online I found called Deal Man. They have a lot of selections and they're very interesting options, especially in jackets, shirts, and hoodies. They seem like they might be fashion forward, and I think they're creating a lot of their own styles. I'd like to know if you've heard of them and what you think about them.
MrApplewine (3 years ago)
I have a really hard time find the right brand. My chest size is 34, waist 26-27, shoe size 5.5, neck 14. Even the places that sell x-small size often don't fit well because the proportions are off. My shoulders are bigger than my waist so x-small slim can sometimes just look all up tight all over or it is too big in the shoulders. Also, finding these things in 100% linen for the summer very hard. I've tried J.Crew, Armani Exchange, Banana Republic. Armani Exchange polos fit me well, but rather limited in fabric for summer. I'm debating the best made to measure option.
Real Men Real Style (3 years ago)
+MrApplewine I would suggest to use Fitbay - it will help you find brands that fit your body type Read more here: http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/fitbay-review/
Dohboy69 (4 years ago)
From the UK I like Russell & Bromley for shoes, Charles Tyrwhitt for formal shirts and suits (good price and quality) and Ted Baker for nice fitted and designed casual wear. However, to be honest I'm always open to other brands ...
Dohboy69 (4 years ago)
Thanks Antonio, keep up the good work. :-)
Real Men Real Style (4 years ago)
+Dohboy69 great to hear - thanks for letting me know. Solid choices 
Maciej Urbaniak (4 years ago)
Hey Antonio, great video and thank you so much for tips, I personally love wearing HUGO BOSS, they have really great quality, very stylish and comfortable clothes, I'm very happy with this brand :)
Real Men Real Style (4 years ago)
+Maciej Urbaniak thank you for the kind words :) great to know that you're happy with the brand
d shook (4 years ago)
You need some carharrt clothing they last for a good while
d shook (4 years ago)
+Real Men Real Style no problem Antonio ( sorry if spelled wrong) I have learned a lot about suit and formal dress thank you
Real Men Real Style (4 years ago)
+d shook thank you for the suggestion. 
Andréas Remis (5 years ago)
It would be great if you could list a bunch of brands and have a quick summary of what they are best for.  I personally use Ralph Lauren and A&F right now as my 2 brands.  Anyone know a good brand for COMFORTABLE, stylish shoes?
Andréas Remis (4 years ago)
+ScopedPewPew They offer a slim fit version, it works for me.  I am lean as hell, so I have the same problem as you.  I am 6 3 170 pounds so I am LEAN.  XL shirts look like sails on me. 
Andréas Remis (4 years ago)
+ScopedPewPew Yeah I am not a fan of their polo shirts.  I like their other clothes tho! I like the idea of sticking with one brand, not sure why. 
Real Men Real Style (4 years ago)
+Andréas Remis great hearing from you. I actually have that section in my website: http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/resources/mens-stores/
Andréas Remis (4 years ago)
DeansList (4 years ago)
As long as you are over 13 I wouldn't not suggest A&F. Supplement that with Brooks Brothers or Vineyard Vines
The Wild One (5 years ago)
One of my favorite clothing brands at the moment is Tommy Hilfiger. Reasonable prices and really good quality.
Real Men Real Style (4 years ago)
+Jimmy Darmody nice! thanks for sharing
theitaliangunner1 (5 years ago)
ben sherman,acquascutum,burberry :)
Simon Blanchet (5 years ago)
Brands are almost irrelevant. As long as we find clothing that fits us, it is the most important. Fit, fabric and style. Brands are mostly linked to fashion...  I will not argue that "higher end" brands make slimmer clothing but again, we pay so much for the names...  Trousers and shirts should be done by a tailor. Saves so much headache. The rest, remains a question of choice... LOL!
Fernando Herrera (5 years ago)
I'm very thin. I find myself picking at stuff from more than one brand since brands that make clothing for thinner people tend to be very trendy. Making finding basics and clothes that are interchangeable harder. I love J Crew, Zara, All Saints Spitalfields (the fit is seriously legit) and even H&M. Although I see how for another person none of these brands can work at all for them. Oh and I almost always shop online.
Anastasia Lozovaia (5 years ago)
Could you please tell me name brand of your shirt you are wearing. Thank you so much. Thank you for great advices too.
Cristian Sastré (5 years ago)
Hello, Antonio. I'm a new subscriber. I work as a Personal Trainer (fitness) and I have a normal/atletic type of body. And... I wold really love to see a video on how to dress properly on the gym, In terms of style and apearence. For your help and time, thanks. (From Tijuana, Mexico)
Cristian Sastré (4 years ago)
Real Men Real Style (4 years ago)
+Cristian Sastré great hearing from you Cristian. thanks for subscribing. I will add your suggestion to my queue list.
Garçon Model (5 years ago)
Garçon Model underwear is the BEST! Of course, it's us! :)
ZanRaids (5 years ago)
I prefer  1. Burberry 2. Massimo Dutti 3. Ralph Lauren 4. nautica  5. Brunello Cucillini
Raja Khan (1 year ago)
ZanRaids OMG same !!
Rai (5 years ago)
Joshua you too???i feel you man it's not my fault i'm more mature and care for my look
Jally Malla (5 years ago)
Hey Antonio. Love your videos but a have a style question that you didn't cover yet. I'm 16 years old and people always throughout my life, people called me a prep because of my appearance. I were polos, cardigans, chinos, and usually boat shoes. My question is, Is the preppy style a good style for a male teenager and is it still in style? Thank you and have a great day.
CasperJasper88 (5 years ago)
Hey Antonio. Love your videos! I have a question for you. I'm a big guy. 6 foot, 265. I'm not morbidly obese - think retired linebacker who stopped working out as much and is eating a lot more burgers - but I've got some cushion (and can still run a 4.9 40). I wear a 52 reg jacket. Are there any brands that you would recommend for someone of my size both in terms of formal wear and casual (sweaters, cardigans etc.) I find that with some brands their XXXL seem like they wouldn't fit a toothpick.
Chris Daly (5 years ago)
Thrift Shops
Kelcie Burrage (5 years ago)
What bout everyday wear
William Lane (5 years ago)
It won't matter because you'll have a shitty job.
Travis Schulz (5 years ago)
Charles Tywhitt has an amazing return policy and customer service. I needed a dinner jacket and requested the shoulder, chest and waist measurements. They emailed me asking me to wait a few days because they had to contact their supplier. The measurements helped immensely in getting my order right.
Matt (5 years ago)
TheTardyUploader (5 years ago)
Whenever you wear a jacket, I've noticed you're shoulders are to big. I've actually noticed this because of the ripple on your actual shoulder part, and the divots on the end :)
Patricio Zumarraga (5 years ago)
As far as Brooks Brothers, I got to say that they have improved their line of clothing. They still have "classic" pieces with better fits. I remember 10 years ago, BB had only shirts with a "regular cut" which means with extra (and lots of extra) cloth around the waist and chest. Now, they do have a line of slim and extra slim clothes (pants, shirts and suits). It is expensive, but I've been satisfy with the quality over all.
HawaiiVice (5 years ago)
Asos has good customer service, I'm from the UK
HawaiiVice (5 years ago)
I am so glad this channel exists. If I ever have style problems I just come to this channel and search in a topic and there is ALWAYS a video on the topic!!
David Tong (5 years ago)
Great video as always. I have a rather related question o hope you can address in a future video. I'd like to know what advice you can give when it comes to online shopping. While size measurements help tremendously with shirts and jackets, pants and shoes a re tougher for me as the advertised numbers don't always match reality. 32 inch waist between brands differ by almost an inch in many denims and most don't have inseam measurements as well for more casual clothing pieces. Ditto with shoes.
trinisuprazee (5 years ago)
what should i be spending on a dress shirt? on avg..
questionnnn (5 years ago)
I wouldn't doubt you, products in the past were very well made, because the people took pride in creating them. These days it's all about producing products fast and cheap and well quality often goes out the window.
Triumvirate888 (5 years ago)
I'm 27, and I totally agree. I bought a black suit from an elderly man's garage sale for $20. He bought it in the 50s, wore it for 30 years, then put it in the back of his closet when he retired. I've worn the suit for five years, and it's held up amazingly well. The fabric and build are sturdy enough to go out dancing in. On the other hand, I've paid hundreds of dollars for a brand new suit, and it fell apart in 6 months.
s b (5 years ago)
I would like to point out that wearing a t-shirt with an expensive brand enlarged and slapped across the chest is rather tasteless - people should go for brands for their unique style and fit, not for their popularity is it just me, or are there more and more guys today wearing big fat Gucci trainers and a hoodie (probably with some huge logo)... to each his own, but ill stick with my bluchers and sport jacket... although come to think of it, a decent pair of jeans would match both outfits
0798184 (5 years ago)
I have a lot of dress shirts and nice shirts that I've acquired over the course of the last 5 years, as well as Jeans and slacks. Many of these shirts I purchased at Express and they're really nice. I haven't worn many of them in years because I gained weight but now I've lost that weight and would like to wear some of my old clothes again. These shirts and pants are still in great condition. Is there such a thing as shirts going out of style in a few years? They look contemporary. andthe jeans?
400person (5 years ago)
Preach it Brother! I've got the exact same problem! And being skinny doesn't help...
hotgirlsarehot (5 years ago)
Think of clothing as a PERSONAL investment. You are wasting money buying cheap clothing that looks and feels cheap after a year. Make a list of clothes you really want, and keep it to 10-12. You will likely need to spend $1000 or more for starters if you opt for quality, and also depending on what's on your list.
hotgirlsarehot (5 years ago)
I spent over a grand on clothes in the last 4 months, replacing my crap wardrobe and will be actively/consciously adding a new dress shirt every 2-3 months. I'm talking about $200 dress shirts that I would have balked at back in May, but find these fit and look and feel F'n amazing.
EinstienJr (5 years ago)
Antonio, in which guide have you talked about the measurings?? It would be great if you could tell me so I can carry it around(Really). Ty Keep up the great work.
L K (5 years ago)
I go to places like Marshall's or Winners (Canadian). You can get brand name clothes at half the price. You don't always find what you want, but if you drop by when whenever you are nearby, you can get really great clothes
gold coin (5 years ago)
Not necessarily.. remember good fit and good color mix, just keep looking up some of his old videos to get ideas what to look for when your bargain shopping.
Ben K (5 years ago)
Love the videos. Keep them up. Learning lots
afg96 (5 years ago)
It is good thing that you have mentioned traveling with suits. I always wanted to know what is the proper way of storing a suite and a sport jacket in a travel bag, without getting any wrinkles and other problems. Would it be possible to make a video based on that? It just a half vertical fold in the middle good? And what if it doesn't fit in the medium size luggage bag? Can I fold it vertically and then a small horizontal fold?
mohamed dekz (5 years ago)
Antonio, is there any forum that you suggest for tall men? Thank you sir
Michael Xie (5 years ago)
What if I'm poor? Am I destined for no style and shitty quality clothing?
Hazwan Azani (5 years ago)
You can always tailor your clothes! for example, just taper your shirts in the waist area if it fits well in the shoulders and arms.
Steven Xayavong (5 years ago)
Regardless of the brand it's going to come to fit. A brand to me is reputation, quality and pricing.
Simon (5 years ago)
If you are to the point of getting very good quality clothing, forget the stores. Your tailor is your best friend. The price/quality ratio is so much higher with a tailor, it is the secret!
Bsa309 (5 years ago)
i know this may be lengthy and possibly a video in its own right haha XD
Bsa309 (5 years ago)
this is off topic but I see you are wearing a jean jacket. in south Florida being mostly urban and the contrast of the actual south women my age 14-19 saw them as relics of the 80's and any guys wearing them most of the time were written off. However I noticed they have begun to appear more and more; with retailers like Levi pushing them at there outlets and in movies such as 2guns where whalberg is seen with one in that majority of the film. do you think its making a comeback and worth getting?
ash wilson (5 years ago)
Fantastic advice and video.
Carlos Chowell (5 years ago)
Antonio... what do you think about this brand. bonobos.com I would really appreciate your opinion. I have a couple of shirts from them, and they seem to be made from good quality materials. Thanks!
KurJan&Urbano (5 years ago)
I have struggled finding decent brands that suit me. And as Antonio said it seems you find a great brand and suddenly the quality drops off and they go all weird in styling. Now having reached my 40's :-(, I have found Canali to be the best for me. In my opinion they are well priced for quality and seem to consistently produce beautiful classic styling. My other go to brands are hugo boss and R. M. Williams.
Real Men Real Style (5 years ago)
Impossible for me to answer as I know nothing about your needs, wants, body type, profession, location.......that's why I focus on giving you the tools!
Real Men Real Style (5 years ago)
I own a clothier and I travel with a couple suits and sport jackets!
Real Men Real Style (5 years ago)
That the truth!
Real Men Real Style (5 years ago)
Thank you sir - appreciate it!
A Tax lawyer (5 years ago)
What do you think of Suitsupply? I always bought clothing at Ralph Lauren... but the quality of Suitsupply is almost the same as RL with a much better fit!! And they have a in-store tailor. Another example that money doesn't always represent value.
Christiansdad2011 (5 years ago)
Great youtube channel.
questionnnn (5 years ago)
I'm 22 and finding brands for someone in their early 20s is a tad difficult. Yes there is an abundance of quote unquote trendy stores. But it's not just about style for me but also quality. A lot of these clothing stores produce their clothing with poor not to mention cheap material, if the colour doesn't rub off and stain something, it rips very easily if you do anything too strenuous.
bkcpisme (5 years ago)
Am I fine with sticking to BB for my work clothes then?
Manish Kumar (5 years ago)
Sir I m big fan of yours and I appreciate what u r doing. Sir please help me as I am having a great trouble group discussion. It's a biggest hurdle in my way of placements.
Real Men Real Style (5 years ago)
No - don't give up yet :) FYI - I'm building a huge matrix of the brands I rec and rankings on quality, value, and fit ranges......you have to be on my email list to get it though - look for it in November!
Real Men Real Style (5 years ago)
Good smaller brands there - thanks for the info sir!
Real Men Real Style (5 years ago)
Real Men Real Style (5 years ago)
It's a mixed back - true retail stores in bigger cities are fine - outlets.......not so much.
bkcpisme (5 years ago)
You mentioned that Brooks Brothers is going the way of being more trendy. What do you think about their quality these days?
Ian Evans (5 years ago)
I go to Southern Tide, Southern Marsh, or Vineyard Vines before I go anywhere near Ralph Lauren. Then again, there's a huge frat fad in my area, but these chinos and button downs are timeless so I'll keep them for life.
Anthony Truong (5 years ago)
Most people into fashion or either bulkier (read: heavy) or very thin, from my perspective. Having an "inbetween" build, broad shoulders, small waist, big thighs, virtually no store caters to that. ANY store I go to, shoulders might fit but sleeves and waist will be too loose, or vice versa. Pants can also be a drag and I don't wanna get into that. Even asking around Styleforum, no one knows - they all suggest being anorexic or giving up. I don't know, Antonio. Might do just that.

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