'Uniform' Dressing

The ‘uniform’ approach to dressing is rapidly gaining momentum, but why?

What do Barack Obama, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg all have in common? Aside from all being powerful and successful players in their respective fields, all these men have a ‘uniform’. In modern terms, it means adopting a ‘signature look’. In other words, it is an outfit that people immediately identify and recognise as synonymous with you.
The ‘uniform’ approach to dressing is rapidly gaining momentum and popularity amongst men throughout the world and it is easy to see why. The benefits of this approach are endless. Firstly, once you perfect the foundation of your outfits, you can experiment and play around with texture, colours, shoes and accessories. Many fashion experts have also praised the approach as conveying a message to people of reliability and knowing what to expect, which is reflective of their character and work mentality. However, perhaps the best benefit of formulating and sticking to a uniform formula is that is saves you time by removing the worry associated with selecting an outfit.


To put this into practice, find an outfit that not only suits your body shape and that you feel comfortable in, but also slots into your lifestyle. Pick a uniform that complements your aesthetic and can be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion. As the temperature changes, you may have to lose a few pieces or add a layer, however, the basis of your outfit remains unchanged. A grown-up uniform for a grown-up man - a fool-proof combination.