Just a dad/fiancé/guy with a lot to share...
I have worked in retail for many years, too long if you ask me and one thing that I have noticed is that some guys are pretty stylish but they their wardrobe sucks. I was a personal shopper for many years and when I started I noticed that I had the same problem. Lots a great pieces but nothing to wear it with. I get that starting a wardrobe can be quite boring or very tedious but they are the foundation, the quintessential pieces that will make everything look more put-together. I am going to share my knowledge and all that I have learned to get men started with building a more grown up, polished wardrobe that will compliment anyones style. It is not about brand, low or high-end, or the amount of money you spend. It is about well fitting clothing, which in my book is the most important part.
They say that there are three kinds of men when they find out that they are going to be a daddy. The first one is overwhelmed with joy the moment they find out, the second needs to see the ultrasound for reality to sink in that he will be a dad, and the third one gets his paternal instincts as soon as the baby is born in the delivery room. I was neither. Don’t get me wrong, I was happy and looking forward to fatherhood, but it did not hit me until way after he was born.