Let's be straight here. I'm a programmer, gamer, geek, nerd, insert your stereotype here. Fashion is not exactly on my to-do list, and when it is, there's an incredibly high barrier to entry for me. Why is that? Why can't Amazon figure out that maybe I just don't know how to wear a style, or what fits properly, and when to wear it? Why doesn't Target or Sears or Walmart online show me anything other than a person without my body type in an abstract setting doing an abstract action with something I would never wear?

Enter Combatant Gentleman. This site may not have all the styles in the world, but the point is very clear: to make sure that the style you do choose fits you and the occasion perfectly and at a budget price. You can select what you're dressing up for, choose your body size, and see a model show off your look in full motion on the page, giving you a great idea of how your outfit will come together. On the left side of the page, you can see what items indivudally make up the completed look. A keen eyed observer will note that some looks use the same items, such as a shirt or jacket. It's great to be able to see how versatile you can go with budget mensware. Especially for those like myself, who are utterly clueless.

Check it out at http://www.combatgent.com