How To Dress Like A Man – An Interview With Tanner Guzy

Tanner Guzy

“A man’s style is his first means of communication with the world around him. Before he even opens his mouth, he tells you what kind of man he is by the way he dresses: What he does for a living, what his habits are, how much money he makes, how much he respects himself.” – Tanner Guzy

Having good style is one of the highest impact things a guy can make on his life. It helps him feel more intentional, more powerful, and more valuable.

I first realized the importance of good style when I hired Tanner Guzy, the man behind Masculine Style. He taught me the basics behind what a good fit is for my body, skin tone/type, and lifestyle. And it changed the way I look at myself..and it changed the way women look at me, too.

So after simmering in the benefits for a couple months, I knew I had to bring him on to share this information with you. This is a game changer for every guy out there.

In this podcast, you’ll learn:

  • The reason why masculine style is SO important for men in this day in age
  • The #1 thing that you can do as a guy to improve your style TODAY
  • How your personality is influenced by your style, and vice-versa
  • The one thing NOT to do when you take a woman to go shopping with you
  • How to spend $1 on items that look like they’re $400 (this is NO joke)
  • Why you should say “no” to people who try to bring you down (and this happens when you start dressing well)
  • And a lot, lot more.

This podcast is also available to download on iTunes for your convenience.


Masculine Style, Tanner’s Website. Click here to learn about his consultations (the BEST value out there that will last you the rest of your life).

Frank & Oak (we both earn $25 if you use my affiliate link)

Topman USA (great fitted shirts, affordable price)

Beckett & Robb (Custom suit & tailor company, locations in Salt Lake City & San Fran)

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  • Jack

    Oh man look at that SWEATER… and those glasses ;)

    Cool topic BTW

  • James


    You were rocking in style today brother, you did justice to the “sweater look.”
    This was an EPIC podcast with great nuggets of new insights to take away.
    I liked Tanner’s statement “You won’t look practiced until you put in the practice.”

    Man that translates to so many areas of life.

    Your remark at the 31 minute mark about “Are You Sure?” had me cracking up. I have had that same reaction so I can relate.

    LOL, it makes sense now why I hate to go shopping. I am short so without fail I always have to go to a tailor, which I hate even more.

    I think I would definitely find it more enjoyable if I understood it more.

    This is kind of an 80/20 approach….wouldn’t you think?

    • Max Nachamkin

      You’ll certainly find it more enjoyable once you understand it more. You’ll be able to appreciate it more because of the small details, and the chore of style becomes a hobby.

      I think that you’re actually in a great position to go to a means perfectly fit clothes all the time ;)

      • James

        That last statement really resonated with me about position.

        I think it is a great growing experience when you learn to go through undesirable circumstance to achieve a benefit.

        Sad to say I was blind to the benefit (sort of) about the tailor until you brought it to my attention.

        This statement has drastically changed my perception about how I feel on the tailor matter.

        Thanks MAX!!!

  • Kevin Cole

    Getting into style was an absolute game changer for me. I can distinctly remember trying to dress well when I was younger but having no fucking clue what I was doing.

    After spending a longgg time doing my homework I went from the dude who dressed like shit to a dude who was nicknamed GQ by friends.

    Style is about how you show up in the world. Best of all, it’s entirely in our control. No brainer.