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How to Handle a Large Package with Flat Front Pants

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Alpha receives an email from a gentleman who has a large package but wants to wear flat front pants without feeling self-conscious. He feels that others can see the outline of his penis.

Aaron Marino of alpha m. says that the solution is three parts:

  1. Part of the solution lies in purchasing underwear with a pouch: The Complete Underwear Guide for the Well-Endowed Man
  2. Another recommendation is sizing up with flat front pants to allow for room in the crotch
  3. Thereafter, have the waist altered. Your junk has extra room while the waist fits fine.
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The Difference Between Casual and Dress Belts | Men's Belts -
July 3, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube A dead give-away that a guy has zero fashion sense and is not style savvy is that he's wearing the wrong belt with the given outfits. Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses the two options: casual and dress. A simple rule to determine whether a belt is casual or dress is by using your thumb. If the belt is about as wide as your thumb, it's a dress belt. If the belt is Read More»
Non-Iron Dress Pants and Shirts -
June 21, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube Do you own any non-iron shirts and pants?  Aaron Marino of alpha m. warns not to hang dry the non-iron clothing items. The heating process of the dryer causes wrinkling. After you stick them in the dryer, pull them out when they are hot and fresh. Snap them and hang them up to keep them wrinkle-free. Read More»
The Comfort Waistband Dress Pants | Men's Slacks  -
April 3, 2013
Recon mission! What's the mystery item? Alpha's in the mall on a mission to find comfort waistband. Is he recommending it? Aaron Marino of alpha m. says that nobody can see it. He's not not recommending it. It is a great option under circumstances such as losing weight and saving money. Just wear a belt. Read More»
Suspenders for Men -
April 2, 2013
Suspenders or "braces" have survived the fashion rollercoaster since the 18th century and are still with us today, despite their lost status. Modified throughout time to meet the needs of practicality and fashion, suspenders have transformed from a man's necessity into an optional accessory. Originally constructed of ribbon that attached to trouser buttonholes, the suspender has evolved into nothiRead More»

Work Your Wardrobe Effectively | Creating Men's Outfits  -
March 20, 2013
Have you ever had one of those day where you have no idea what you are going to wear? Aaron Marino of alpha m. starts with the shoes and works his way up. He starts with boots --> cargo pants --> medium gray v-neck sweater --> fabric belt, and boom!, a spectacular outfit for the day! Alpha hopes that this inspires you to step outside of the box. If you are working your wardrobe efficientlRead More»
Dressing the Tall Guy -
February 12, 2013
It's time to give tall men the spot light by taking a look at their world of fashion, and the challenges many of our vertically gifted brothers encounter everyday. Unfortunately, the clothing industry has not caught up to the needs of tall men, so men who are 6'3" (6 feet-3 inches) and taller typically have to hunt a little longer and harder to find clothing and styles that are readily available tRead More»
Corduroy Pant Shopping | Men's Cords -
December 28, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. is out shopping with this Weather Channel meteorologist Steve for some corduroy pants. Steve's size is 36 x 34 and is tough to find at times. After visiting Macy's and The GAP, they visit Belk and hit the jackpot. They get the jean cut rather than the trouser cut by Nautica. Aaron suggests to get the 32 and the 34 lengths in the same color so that he can have various lengtRead More»
Men's Pant Fit Options | Standard, Relaxed, Straight, Slimmer Tailored -
November 1, 2012
This video presents a crash course on pant fit. Aaron Marino of alpha m. states that four fits are essential to know, and skipping the first two is advised. Focus on the straight and slimmer tailored fits The standard fit has a standard / regular rise which doesn't elongate your legs. The regular rise is around 12 inches long. The pant leg is a little wider, creating a bit baggier of a pant. The Read More»
Pleated Pants Pet Peeve! -
October 18, 2012
If you've been following me for a while, no doubt you're aware of my position on pleated pants.  For those who don't know where I stand, please read on because pleated pants are my #1 pet peeve! Let me begin by saying I understand the confusion men have about this topic.  The clothing industry has dominated the stage with pleated pants for decades; designing the majority of suits with pleated paRead More»

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