Welcome gents, lads, and little chillins to The Upscale Male: the site that shows you how small and simple changes can help you dress to impress.
Good ‘ole William Shakespeare said “the clothes make the man,” and he’s right. With just a few switches to your style, you’ll impress the opposite sex, (or the same sex, whatever trips your trigger) and look more classy at work. I’ll show you how to dress for your body type so you have tons of confidence in yourself.
But as with everything, improvements all come in steps.
Maybe you don’t know where to start and a new “style” just seems totally overwhelming.
Or you’re already a pro and are just looking for the next thing you can do to scale up.
Either way, just remember that even when things seem freaking impossible, you just need to listen to Bob from “What About Bob?”, and take some “baby steps.” 🙂
Since this is the first post, I want to give you a heads up as to what types of things I’ll cover.
We’ll talk style and fitness to start. Though, I have to be totally honest with you…I may even throw in some dating and relationship stuff. (gasp). I know what you’re thinking. It’s going to be awesome. And I may not know everything (shocker!).
But (spoiler alert) neither do you. 🙂 That’s why we need each other.
Occasionally I’ll bring in guest experts and image consultants just to keep things interesting. Wouldn’t want to bore you now!
So for now, here’s the schedule:
You can expect one new post/video every week of every month
-The 1st week of the month will be on STYLE
-2nd week FITNESS
-3rd week Q & A
-4th week will vary (finding motivation, relationships, books, self-improvement, education, habits, religion/spirituality etc.)
And as always, this is meant to be as interactive as possible so feel free to ask away! Just hit the “contact me” button and send me a question. Love notes work too. 🙂
I’ve been working on this site for a while and so it’s exciting to finally have it up. I look forward to getting to know you better on this awesome and exciting journey.
Hugs and something else not too feminine,