male celebrity fashion

Celebrities are praised unnecessarily for the most simple things.

The Mom of the year award always goes to a celebrity woman who managed to look good quickly after giving birth, and jumped into a photo-shoot to let every know about it. Yet there’s a single Mother out there working off a budget with 5 kids and still holding it down who gets ignored.

Everything is emphasised when it comes to celebrities as being better than what it truly is.

The same is true for celebrity fashion. A celebrity wears something that’s obviously horrendous, yet the entire world will suddenly call them a trend setter or “out there.”

This then prompts many people from the general public to follow suit and copy what their favourite celebrity is wearing.

The issue with this is that the average person isn’t immune to criticism. Suddenly the outlandish outfit loses its appeal because it’s no longer being worn by a world famous celebrity.

 

What People Forget

Take Justin Bieber as an example. He doesn’t need to chase after women, he could wear a thong and vampire teeth and still get a date with a model because of who he is.

The average person however would get called psychotic.

The same applies for tattoos and hair styles which tie into men’s fashion. Yes Mike Tyson’s face tattoo looks cool, but try getting a job interview as an average person with that on your face.

Or how about when Harry styles had that greasy, long poorly groomed hair? Every girl on planet Earth fell in love with his hair and he became famous for it, yet if an average man wore that same hairstyle he would be labelled dirty or unclean.

 

Different Rules

There are varied rules for celebrity men and all other men. Just because girls are chasing after the latest pop-star, it doesn’t mean that what he’s wearing is the key to getting women or getting ahead in life.

Just look at Robin Thicke’s outfit above. He’d be able to get any woman, land business deals and have crowds of people around him wearing this. Yet the average man would get laughed at and people would avoid him at all costs.

 

Your Fashion

Of course you’re free to wear whatever you want. But focusing on celebrity fashion and using stars as your validation isn’t a good idea.

This method can trick you into wearing things not suitable for the average person.

When it comes to your own fashion, of course you can take risks, but remember that the average person has less room for experimenting than celebrities.

What works for them, may not necessarily work for you. Try and style yourself on high level men who are out of the limelight, these guys always have the best style for a functioning human-being in everyday life.

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Celebrities are praised unnecessarily for the most simple things.

The Mom of the year award always goes to a celebrity woman who managed to look good quickly after giving birth, and jumped into a photo-shoot to let every know about it. Yet there’s a single Mother out there working off a budget with 5 kids and still holding it down who gets ignored.

Everything is emphasised when it comes to celebrities as being better than what it truly is.

The same is true for celebrity fashion. A celebrity wears something that’s obviously horrendous, yet the entire world will suddenly call them a trend setter or “out there.”

This then prompts many people from the general public to follow suit and copy what their favourite celebrity is wearing.

The issue with this is that the average person isn’t immune to criticism. Suddenly the outlandish outfit loses its appeal because it’s no longer being worn by a world famous celebrity.

 

What People Forget

Take Justin Bieber as an example. He doesn’t need to chase after women, he could wear a thong and vampire teeth and still get a date with a model because of who he is.

The average person however would get called psychotic.

The same applies for tattoos and hair styles which tie into men’s fashion. Yes Mike Tyson’s face tattoo looks cool, but try getting a job interview as an average person with that on your face.

Or how about when Harry styles had that greasy, long poorly groomed hair? Every girl on planet Earth fell in love with his hair and he became famous for it, yet if an average man wore that same hairstyle he would be labelled dirty or unclean.

 

Different Rules

There are varied rules for celebrity men and all other men. Just because girls are chasing after the latest pop-star, it doesn’t mean that what he’s wearing is the key to getting women or getting ahead in life.

Just look at Robin Thicke’s outfit above. He’d be able to get any woman, land business deals and have crowds of people around him wearing this. Yet the average man would get laughed at and people would avoid him at all costs.

 

Your Fashion

Of course you’re free to wear whatever you want. But focusing on celebrity fashion and using stars as your validation isn’t a good idea.

This method can trick you into wearing things not suitable for the average person.

When it comes to your own fashion, of course you can take risks, but remember that the average person has less room for experimenting than celebrities.

What works for them, may not necessarily work for you. Try and style yourself on high level men who are out of the limelight, these guys always have the best style for a functioning human-being in everyday life.