As far as tie knots go, we all know the Four-in-Hand is the basic knot taught to everyone, and that it is followed closely by the Windsor knot. But there is a whole world of other knot-tying methods out there! As the situation (and shirt collar) dictates, sometimes there are much more intriguing choices when it comes to choosing the best way to tie a tie. Here we’ll look at a couple of underdog knots that will add a subtle air of distinction and a note of diversity to your ensemble: the Pratt and the Kelvin.
Sometimes, the best advice is forged in the inverse. If you have found yourself working for a particularly implacable boss, you may have learned a great deal about how not to treat people through your experiences dealing with said employer. You can apply this logic in almost every aspect of your life, and as such, here’s a list of words that the conscientious young man should endeavor to define themselves through becoming the exact opposite: by aspiring to be the antonym if you will.
Knowledge is power and in the age of technology that knowledge is easier than ever to obtain. With so much easily accessed information we are proud to announce that The Young Man forum has finally been released. Here you can chat with other young men around the world about things that you wonder about, things that entertain you or things that can help you meet your […]
The number of times a person has to apply for a job can range from as little as one, in unusually fortunate circumstances, to…well… too many. As for most of us, we will at some point apply for and fail to secure a job that we find to be particularly interesting, for one reason or another. Getting passed over for a job can be a real letdown for anyone. Unfortunately, the reasons why we are so often not chosen for a job are quite vague and even more varied. Sometimes the decision to choose another candidate comes down to qualifications and experience, which are probably the right reasons to pick one potential employee over another. At other times, it all comes down likeability, meaning that simply put: something about us rubs the hiring manager the wrong way.