There’s no better time to be living than today. We have cars and planes; food can be prepared healthier than ever; we can even do work away from the office from a simple phone. In fashion terms, we’re not only exposed to vastly different styles but a variety of different makers that make dressing well completely accessible to the masses. One would think that taking advantage of this would be good, but yet every so often, we’re bombarded that taking pride in your attire is “not manly”. I couldn't disagree more, as masculinity is rooted in classic menswear!
Hopefully this blog post will show others that the phrase is not wrong, but totally unfounded in reality.
Celebrities have always been stylish. Just look at Clark Gable, James Dean, or even Bruce Lee; they were all well dressed men with a command over how they wanted to present themselves. It made sense, as these men were movie stars. But in the modern age, we’ve learned that dressing well doesn’t always men just wearing suits and it certainly doesn’t mean you have to be a leading Hollywood actor.
And that brings us to Conor McGregor, who is just as stylish as those men but does it in a notoriously masculine way.