Dating has never been so easy and challenging at the same time. With the rise of online dating apps, the competition is fierce. There are literally hundreds of gorgeous men are at your fingertips, 24/7. How do you stand out from the crowd? How do you become a memorable date? While there are many ways to flaunt your unique qualities, you should start from the bottom-up. Let’s start with your underwear.
Have you ever been sad while wearing neon yellow? What about lime-green? I don’t think so. Color has this amazing ability to alter your mood. Marco Marco is known for our bright and bold use of color in our underwear. We want you to feel bright, cheerful, and sexy. There is nothing wrong with standing out in a crowd, and your underwear should make you feel as good as you look.
If you have been glued to your television lately during award season as we have, you have noticed a sexy trend making its way through Hollywood: harnesses. Michael B. Jordan, Timothée Chalamet, and Chadwick Boseman were all seen strutting down the red carpet in some dazzling harnesses. Now, while harnesses have been seen as a clothing staple in the queer community, it hasn’t been a fashion piece that straight men have typically chosen. What does this mean?
Spring is fast approaching, and if you are like me and have been binge watching Marie Kondo’s new show, “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” on Netflix, you are ready to organize. One of the first areas to tackle in your bedroom should be the underwear drawer. While the idea of cleaning doesn’t always “spark joy” for everyone, it can be a refreshing experience if you approach it correctly. The underwear drawer is often the first place you visit when getting ready in the morning, so why not make that the starting point of your spring cleaning adventures?
It seems we are always exploring who we are and how we want to present ourselves to the world. Our personalities are anything but stagnant, so why should your style be? There is this misconception that someone has to have their defined style and stick with it, but that isn’t true. Your style can change year-to-year, even season-to-season, but it should be consistent when you create it. Having a unique style can help others learn about you before you even begin talking. But how do you also go about defining your style? Ask yourself the following questions, and your style will reveal itself to you.