If you’ve ever been in a long-term relationship, then you likely already know that keeping the outward appearance consistently vibrant and exciting can be difficult. Over time, couples can often become ‘too familiar’ with each other’s style of dress, meaning other areas of the relationship may suffer.  

There’s no advice better for men than words coming from women on clothing since, of course, they’ll see you (and care) more than your friends.  Let’s view 

some basic fashion tips

 should your man be on the larger side of humanity that may help him ‘break bad’.

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Show off legs

Bigger and taller men tend to gravitate toward jeans, even in hotter summer months.  Women that have accepted you enough to be with you aren’t concerned about your physical features, so show your legs! In fact, 

big and tall men’s clothing

 lines favoring khaki shorts would definitely show those legs off.  Shoes can range from deck shoes to white tennis shoes, preferably well-kempt.  Anything that shows off those legs will definitely exemplify your larger stature.

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Color his personality

Pink is definitely attractive, as are the new trending pastel colors.  Polo shirts with pastel colors show off men’s softer sides, regardless how tough they appear.  Mixing pastel colors with shorts and loafers works perfectly for summertime events while dressy jeans or Dockers are textbook styles during winter months.  Unless you’re both into dark colors, avoid too much black as it lacks character.

Too tight isn’t right

When buying pants, shorts and shirts for your main squeeze, make sure you’re planning for the numerous washes these clothing articles will endure.  Cottons tend to shrink even with minimal heat, so make sure you’re getting that next size up.  Besides, dressy clothing shouldn’t equate to belly shirts.

In terms of pants, same principle.  Even if your man has the finest rump around, showing off his ‘ass-sets’ may cut off circulation elsewhere, lead to incontinence and other major health issues.  Shoot for relaxed fit jeans, and plan on the next size up should your cooking be good enough to constantly fill him up.

Food for thought

Guys, when it comes to 

bigger and taller men looking sharp

, being well dressed and seasonably fashionable, the importance of looking good for your lady goes beyond words. It’s the subtle things from matching your shoes to your shirt, to wearing a bracelet that matches your watch. The importance of being fashionable is huge, especially when everything is tracked and seen on social media – most of which is posted by your girlfriend.

If you thought that women only care about big muscles or an endless bank account, you’ve probably lost every good woman you’ve ever had.  Remember, my friends, the little things are what incrementally build up to the larger, more exciting things and the biggest little thing that women are attracted to, and turned on by, involve how one dresses.  So ditch your Duck Dynasty shirts and don’t be afraid to ‘turn up the heat’ clothing-wise – with your girlfriends help, that is.


Angela Krewnchuk is the founder of METROLIVINGZINE.COM. Prior to starting METROLIVINGZINE.COM Ms Krewenchuk was the Fashion Anthropologist fashion reporter at Retail Insider. Angela was born and raised in Vancouver BC and often jokes about having “webbed feet” due to its rainy climate. Thus far she has managed to successfully resist the Hunter Wellies trend and demonstrates no signs of caving in the near future.  Angela has a lifelong passion for all fashion, lifestyle, and artistic artifacts of design. Ms Krewenchuk is constantly researching the high and low retail landscape and the street sidewalks and back alleys for signs of emergent lifestyle trends. Photography: Sylvester Law /http://www.ssylvesterphotography.com/contact.html, Photo Edits: Cliff Vestegaard / cliff_vestergaard@hotmail.com
Angela Krewnchuk is the founder of METROLIVINGZINE.COM. Prior to starting METROLIVINGZINE.COM Ms Krewenchuk was the Fashion Anthropologist fashion reporter at Retail Insider. Angela was born and raised in Vancouver BC and often jokes about having “webbed feet” due to its rainy climate. Thus far she has managed to successfully resist the Hunter Wellies trend and demonstrates no signs of caving in the near future.  Angela has a lifelong passion for all fashion, lifestyle, and artistic artifacts of design. Ms Krewenchuk is constantly researching the high and low retail landscape and the street sidewalks and back alleys for signs of emergent lifestyle trends. Photography: Sylvester Law /http://www.ssylvesterphotography.com/contact.html, Photo Edits: Cliff Vestegaard / cliff_vestergaard@hotmail.com