The UNcivilized Podcast

| Aug 19, 2021

How to develop your style as a man with Tanner Guzy


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Being aware of our appearance is not at odds with our masculinity.

In this episode, Tanner Guzy will be part of our podcast. He will bring us an uncivilized conversation, where we will talk about style and appearance. We may think this is a subject only related to women, but it is also undoubtedly necessary in men since it can positively affect our lives, jobs, and even how children perceive their dad.

Confidence, self-esteem, leadership—discover what a good style can do for a man's life, all this in today's episode. Don't miss it!


Tanner Guzy is an author, speaker, and men's style coach who teaches men why their clothes matter and how to use them to their advantage. He's a happy father who lives in Utah with his wife and five kids.



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[4:24] Meeting Tanner.

[7:33] Express yourself through your clothing.

[14:28] Three steps you must know to start improving your style.

[19:11] The fear of being gay in the '90s.

[24:01] Apathy and empathy.

[29:18] Does it fit you?

[30:48] Style misconceptions.

[34:38] Style for dummies.

[38:32] "Dad's have the moral obligation to dress well for their kids."

[47:18] Chest Magazine.

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