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“…I don’t want to be a traitor to my generation and all but I don’t get how guys dress today…” ~Clueless 1995

If you are a man who looks at his ensemble in the mirror every day and feels fully confident about what you see, then you are ahead of the game and Godspeed.  But if you are like most people and feel that you could stand a little bit of couture coaching then you have come to the right place.

My friends call me Maz and I have the life experience of every unlucky in love, late 20’s, educated,  single girl living in New York City.  I began to seriously notice men’s fashion when my dating life began a little over a decade ago.   In that time I have had about a half-dozen serious relationships, twice as many not so serious relationships, various random hook ups, and a handful of guys I kept on the back burner.  I know I helped them all on the road to style.  With all that;

I STILL HAVE NO IDEA WHAT MEN WANT FROM A WOMAN.

However, when it comes to men’s fashion, I know what most women want. This blog is not about relationship advice; God knows I am definitely not at liberty to be giving any out.  Although to be honest, I may toss in a true story from time to time just to spice things up.  Here I want to talk about what makes men look their best and moreover their worst.   With interviews and quotes from real people I will examine and share what looks, accessories, and attire turn women’s heads.  On the contrary this forum will also act mostly as a “what not to wear guide.”  When I see men on the subway or taking a stroll in an outfit that should be deemed a crime against humanity, I fight every urge I have to stop and let them know for their own good.  Just to be clear I am not the fashion police, and I am not a flawless fashionista.  Just like the rest of the world, I too have sloppy, lazy, and “I’m not getting out of my pajamas today” days. But like I mentioned previously I know what women want and do not want in men’s couture.  Here, I hope to make the world a more beautiful place one sharp dressed man at a time.

“Clothes as text, clothes as narration, clothes as a story. Clothes as the story of our lives. And if you were to gather all the clothes you have ever owned in all your life, each baby shoe and winter coat…, you would have your autobiography.”  ~Linda Grant

Quick Aside: To contact the author directly with a question, comment, suggestion or if you would like to be a guest blogger; feel free to contact her via

email: amandamazloom@gmail.com

facebook: Amanda Maz

or

twitter: AMazSays

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