After living in sweats for a few years, it can be hard to decide what to wear for an event. Buttoning up a shirt is more difficult than elastic waistbands. With traveling and going out on the town again, you'll want to make sure you're dressed for success.

Getting out of your comfort zone may be hard at first. A survey commissioned by Stitch Fix found that a lot of guys would rather do their taxes than shop for a new wardrobe. Getting new clothes definitely sucks less than taxes, but it may be a little tough.

Stitch Fix will take the stress out of updating your wardrobe if you are feeling rusty. Lots of us are craving a change, even if it means giving up your favorite college shirt.

Stitch Fix collaborated with actor and producer Keegan-Michael Key to help men overcome their biggest wardrobe challenges. There are some hot tips for getting back out there.

I'll admit, I have trouble embracing the new attitude when it comes to jeans.

Stitch Fix isn't going to change your style. They work with brands that fit you and your budget. They can help with a major change if you want it.


Get BBQ ready with fresh threads Credit: Stitch Fix

2. Spend your weekends lost in the woods — not lost in the mall

A lot of guys appreciate guidance when it comes to knowing what works. According to the survey, nearly 40% of people rely on fashion advice from their spouse or partner, and almost 70% have felt like they didn't fit in because of what they were wearing. Stitch Fix creates an edit based on your preferences, size and fit from the more than 1,000 brands they stock, including Adidas, BONOBOS, Scotch & Soda and The North Face.

You keep what you like and send back what you don't, and the $20 styling fee you pay gets credited toward anything you hold onto. Stitch Fix is a service that allows you to instantly buy items based on your preferences.

3. Trade time scrolling for new clothes for time relaxing on the beach

If you don't have time to shop online,Stitch Fix is a great solution. It's helped me to get rid of old clothes and replace them with staple pieces to refresh my wardrobe.


Take summer style to the next level Credit: Stitch Fix

4. Dress up for wedding season

The days of all dressed up and nowhere to go are over, even though throwing on some jeans felt a bit fancy a few months ago. Getting ready for a first date and choosing what to wear for a wedding can be difficult, with 34% of men saying the same about getting ready for a first date. While the old standards of formality probably won't ever be as rigid as they used to be, they can still be fun with the help of Stitch Fix styling experts.

5. Swap out holes in clothes for holes on the golf course

The lifespan of a t-shirt goes from worn, to worn-in, to worn-out. It is time for a refresh if your shirts are faded, torn at the seams, and have shrunk from too many rounds in the dryer. We have learned that basics can be dressed up and you can find clothes that are well-made but don't sacrifice comfort. Throwing on a blazer for your return to office is an easy way to look sharp and work for a weekend on the golf course.


Look sharp on the golf course with new staples Credit: Stitch Fix

Stitch Fix has everything you need to get back into the swing of things. You can schedule a fix at