We gave five BuzzFeed guys business casual makeovers. Here’s what happened.
According to the notes on this 1950 telegram.
Do you even fashion, bro?
Because you need more than just flip flops to make it through the summer.
SUCKSSS to be them, amirite???
Many men hate to shop, but now they don’t have to. Learn how to make incredible apparel, accessories and more from the comfort of your own home.
It was a long, long road to suit and tie.
You can’t expect to look all dapper and gentlemanly without knowing Suiting 101.
Trust us, this is what he wants.
A few simple rules for when you’re looking to add to your wardrobe.
To be a male model in the ’50s…so uncomfortable.
Meet Chubbies, the tiny men’s shorts created by four radical guys who are trying to make “the most radical shorts company on the planet.”
This kid knows his neckwear.
Essential fashion tips that will help you dress for the occasion.
The good, the bad, and the blood-soaked.
Let’s see what the designers at London Men’s Fashion Week have up their sleeve for bros to wear basically one year from now. I hope you like tracksuits.
It’s Drake. (And they really did.)
The spring men’s collections just hit the runway in London. According to rules set out by these most innovative of clothing designers, all you dudes should stock up on cropped jean jackets and crocheted shorts.
A whole line of clothing inspired by the Kim Kardashian couch meme. And personally, I can’t wait to be mistaken for a three-seater sofa on my next beach vacation.
Because the NFL player designs “men’s luxury hosiery” now, you see.
Follow these style cues to look like a million bucks.
I might be guilty of one (or more) of these fashion crimes.
Much is being made of the socks he wore to his son’s library dedication, but the truth is George H.W. Bush has always had classic Ivy Style.
Steven Cox and Daniel Silver, designers for Perry Ellis by Duckie Brown, break down the essentials of men’s fashion.
Butt hats, translucent crotches, and scary ski masks are apparently the hot trends for fall.
The sweater that read “PLEASE KILL ME” may be the most astute sartorial commentary on Men’s Fashion ever to have walked a runway.
Designers in London are showing the clothes the most stylish dudes in all of the land will be wearing next fall. Will you go for the wood face masks or Rihanna-style track suits?
Yoko Ono designed a a collection of men’s clothes for the holiday shopping season. It includes just what every man you know wants: tight, pink, see-through mesh tops with shoulder cutouts!