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In this video men’s style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM, AaronMarino, and Pete & Pedro is talking about professional style. These tips are for  young professional to be taken more seriously.

When you set your best foot forward with these 10 tips, you will be viewed more credibly and more as more responsible. You will move more swiftly up the corporate ladder. You must also follow these rules: do not gossip, work hard, do what you say you’re going to do, and kick ass!

Give Yourself a ‘Style Leg Up’ Over Your Competition

  1. Wear a watch – wear a dressy and professional watch which signifies that you are responsible and go-getter.  The Fifth Watch feature a simplistic design and clean aesthetic.
  2. Invest in a pair of a great pair of brown loafers – they work with suits, slacks, and business casual
  3. Don’t go sock-less with your loafers in business wear
  4. Make sure your belt is straight – make sure the holes are not worn-out. Anson Belts don’t have holes; they have micro-adjustments. The 3-pack is the best deal for 3 straps and 2 buckles.
  5. Invest in a nice, good fitting, and good quality polo shirt – Ministry of Supply is Alpha’s choice. The fit is amazing, and the style is polished.
  6. Upgrade your khakis – there’s a big difference between your dad’s (big and baggy) and slimmer fit. Buy the better which Alpha describes.
  7. Invest in a tailored white dress shirt – it’s critical to looking sharp all the time. You can wear with chinos, with a tie, a suit… and more!
  8. Invest in a navy suit – it’s incredibly versitle and can also be broken with the jacket as a sport coat. Ministry of Supply has curated a collection that resonates with young professionals. Their items are non-wrinkle, stretchy, light-weight, and action packed.
  9. Clean your car! Even if you aren’t driving clients around, your co-workers receive a message about you when walking by your car.
  10. It’s better to be more dressed-up than dressed-down.