It’s crazy to think that I’ve been in New York for 12 years now. And one of my favorite things about NYC is that in a city of 8.5 million people, you can run into people you know.
Spring is a magical time for style: You get the best of Fall and the best of Summer. Warm enough where you don’t have to be bundled in 30 layers of clothes, yet breezy enough to enjoy all the great outerwear pieces men’s fashion has to offer.
Today’s question comes from Rob:
“Peter, I have way too many clothes. How can I put together a minimal wardrobe that’s versatile for a bunch of situations? What’s the least amount of clothes I can get away with?”
On our first date, my girlfriend and I went to PDT (above), a really cool speakeasy bar here in NYC hidden behind a phone booth in a hot dog shop. They’re known for their amazing cocktails, which we gladly put to the test.
“I’m just not naturally stylish.”
Does that sound familiar?
Here’s the truth. Dressing well is a skill. And like any other skill, you can learn it and improve. Don’t believe me?