"Guys are trying to do whatever they can to raise the job opportunity," NPD's Mr. Cohen says. "Both young and experienced men are looking at dressing as a way to separate themselves from others."They don't want to look like their too laid-back parents.
Retailers and analysts also say they have seen a broader cultural shift among younger men, who are interested in dressing up more.
"There's a whole new intrigue with young men in particular interested in sartorial dressing," Mr. Jennings says. "I even see my nephew in elementary school asking me, 'How do I fold this pocket square?"'
I want hats to make a comeback. Come on, guys:)
P.S. Your turkey as accessory. Captain Kirk do's 'n don'ts: