Everybody’s seen them, everybody knows who he is, the ultimate British secret agent. He’s sleek, silver tongued, confident, charismatic and stylish, yes it’s Bond. James Bond!
When Ian Fleming wrote the spy novels about the British agent, men every where aspiring to be like him because of his one a kind persona that he would put forth, with a woman under each arm, a cigar in one hand and a Vodka Martini (Shaken not stirred of course) in the next, you thought as if he could do anything.
One of James Bond’s most noticeableВ characteristicsВ is the way he dresses, he just oozes charisma, confidence and self control. In a world where image is everything, looking good and acting confident is one of the most important key factors that every man is out to get nowadays. One of the ways you can have the same attributes as James Bond is slim fit shirts. These special shirts complement the natural curves of your body by using a natural material which allow the shirt to slightly stretch and retract when necessary.
Slim fit shirts are becoming even more popular because men know that they can look and feel good and get noticed. This then gives them confidence that they thought they never had. Even the most shy of guys would feel like that could achieve anything in their slim fit shirt, and now you can too.
One of the reasons why slim fit shirts are becoming more popular is because they are obviously slimmer so they’re tighter round your body and this causes it to show off the tone of your body, rather than just wearing loosely on your body. A tighter shirt can give the impression that you are more built and muscular.
A well dressed person give the impression that they are intelligent, high paying job, a career, importance and stature as well as being confident and charismatic. Imagine you walk into a club with your slim fit shirt and all the beautiful ladies stop what they are doing and they stare at you. Thats the effect these shirts have on the the female kind, they cannot resist looking at you because you look so sophisticated