Men’s Fashion Tips: If You’re Over 25, You’re Too Old To Wear Hollister, American Eagle, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Aéropostale

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Here’s a quick fashion tip for all you guys over 25. Don’t wear Aéropostale, Hollister, Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle! I’d even suggest that you move on from these “bro” clothes as soon as you graduate from college. The sooner, the better.

You’re TOO OLD to be wearing them. You’re the male equivalent to a 40 year old woman shopping at Forever 21.

Don’t believe me? Take a look at the target consumer age for each brand according to Wikipedia:

Brand Name Target Consumer Age
Aéropostale 14 - 17
Hollister Co. 14 - 18
Abercrombie & Fitch 18 - 22
American Eagle Outfitters 18 - 25

 
Do you really want to be 35 yrs old and wearing clothes made for high school kids?

My main problem isn’t the price or brand name. It’s that by the time you’re in your mid-20’s the clothes you wear should exude an aura of confidence, power, stability and maturity. Are you going to get that from a $15 v-neck t-shirt with a giant seagull or moose logo on it?

It’s time for you to graduate to more mature and prestigious clothing. Buy some dress shirts that fit you good. Wear a tie. Order a suit and get in tailored. Look like you’re important and making moves in life.

If people judge you based on the way you look… make sure you look like a million bucks!

Don’t look like you just fell out of the Gap.

For more advice on what clothes to wear in order to get laid, check out this free video.

It’s casual,

Mack Tight

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