The thing with a lot of fashion advice is that it is targeted towards people that are casually dating, it places an extraordinary amount of importance on adornment and the physical, from the marketing perspective of rat-racers and urban sophisticates. I can't even look at these Men's magazines or Cosmopolitan, just because they just encourage careless mating, the consequences of which exhaust the patience and resources of our ever-bumching world. The men are purposefully and overly effeminate in those things, in my opinion. In one day I would ruin or split those tighty my-pants and fancy sneaker-shoes and what-not. Now, that didn't stop me from getting a shirt from Macy's, I cannot tell a lie. I have a fine array of Wal-Mart parachute shirts, and two shirts from Macy's that are way too tight, but that's because I am a pig and eat too much. For me personally, practicality and comfort overrule current fashion trends, I guess I look ridiculous to many people, but I get stuff done. The best fashion accessory is confidence and success, and if you have that, you aren't "trying," you just are, which is precisely what makes a person attractive.