Spring Style Advice To Give Your Guy

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    Seth Putnam and Jeff Kieslich, Chicago style bloggers also known as The Midwestyle, have one piece of advice for guys that is a must-follow: Never buy something if it doesn't fit. They, like, want men to tattoo that somewhere. But while they're at it, they're sharing a few other dressing dos and don'ts as well, specifically regarding spring style.

    And they've got good news, too. Looking better doesn't have to take 10 years and thousands of dollars. These two dapper dudes put together eight easy (and frugal) spring fashion upgrades that cover everything from trousers and accessories to shoes—you get it. Consider this a friendly style intervention worthy of any guy in your life, so feel free to click through, and pass it on. And on.

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