Some dressing hacks everyone should know..

Men’s Shirts

Fit your shirt to your shoulders.

A men’s shirt fits if the seam sits at the point of the shoulders.

Most men will select a shirt that matches their “size” which is the neck measurement, but, if the shoulder seams do not sit like they do in the image above then you need a different shirt!

The fit you choose should match your preferred style and body type but should not be pulling at the buttons or bunching/billowing at the sleeves or waist.

Note above that although the shirts fit differently, the neck size is the same and shoulder seams are correct.

Coordinating With Your Outfit

The fit of your shirt, besides matching your body type should be consistent with your pant fit. You should not wear a slim shirt with relaxed pants and vice-versa. I would argue this is true with the width of your tie as well.

A neck tie should always reach to just about the belt buckle as it does in the 3rd picture above. The middle picture should probably be with a slimmer tie and it should hang lower.

Someone else posted about shirt tucking so I’ll skip that except to say to remember to keep the front of the shirt in line with the zip of the pants.

These rules hold true for casual clothes as well with the exception of baggy clothes styles where the shoulder seam can sit beyond the actual point of the shoulder.

Source : Quora

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Boys to Men — Conversion in progress

Here are some productive habits that change boys into men..

Be mature.

  1. Instead of your dad, you ask your sister how she is, how she’s been doing, whether she needs something
  2. Remind your parents that they need to walk daily, take their medicines on time, ask them to take food on time and eat fruits.
  3. When you are at home, make sure everything is working fine. You should lock the door at night.
  4. Manage your family’s expenses. Learn if you could contribute to any of the insurance policies.
  5. Make sure you teach them something which has a generation gap. Teach them how to use a smartphone, or how to make a call over Whatsapp, how they can search devotional videos over YouTube.
  6. Do things for them which they missed out on doing because they were busy raising you up. Take them for a vacation, or buy them clothes or footwear they like.

The Book of Man

The amazing law ever..

It’s got to be The Zipf’s law.

It says that if you pick any language or a book and rank the most commonly used words then the frequency of any word is inversely proportional to its rank in the frequency table.

For example…

If the most used words in a book are ranked as:

1. The

2. Of

3. And

4. To

5. A

then the word “Of” will be used half as often as “The”. Similarly the word “And” will be used (1/3) times as often as the word “The”. All the words will follow the (1/rank) system.

The above image shows the graph of most used words in the book Moby Dick.

This law applies to every language, every book and many other things such as city populations, last names, number of phone calls people receive, etc.

I took two random answers from Quora under the same question and made a word rank using the Internet.

Here the example of Zipf’s law can be seen; the word “you” is used almost 1/2 as often as the word “The” and the word “of” 1/3 times as often and so on up to rank 5 (because the data is taken from only 1000 words). The more words you use, the more accurate this law gets.

It’s amazing how a simple law can define such a complex thing.

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