Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • How To Get A Tie Dimple

    4 Tie Knots You Must Know

    As fashion is getting popular among men day by day, it's no surprise that contemporary stylish men are paying more and more attention to the pieces of clothing they wear daily. From suits to socks, every single piece is given a significant amount of thought before the owner wears it.

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  • How To Get A Tie Dimple

    How To Get A Tie Dimple

    Knowing how to tie a tie with a dimple is a skill that is absent in most men. Although it is just a small but sharp depression, a tie dimple holds a very high status in the world of fashion. On the other hand, an ordinary man doesn’t give the tie dimple as much value when it comes to dressing up for formal and smart looks.

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    Dress Down Your Suit To Make It Suitable For All Occasions

    Not every occasion calls for a full suit. Don’t be that guy who goes to a cocktail party looking like he just left a job interview. A good suit should not be limited to only corporate events; sometimes a party calls for a more relaxed, business casual suit. The modern gentleman is versatile, so is his wardrobe. Sometimes you need to dress down a suit, but still look professional. Seize happy hour or a garden party by wearing the right business casual suit.

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  • Kanye West Combined His Suit With… Slides!

    Kanye West Combined His Suit With… Slides!

    Thanks to the frequent media coverages, Kanye West needs no introduction. The American rapper, singer, songwriter and style icon is no stranger to massive media attention. Over the years, Kanye West has created so many buzzes with his music, comments and style that it feels incomplete when he’s not on the news. Kanye West has done something different and outrageous yet again with his clothing that every person and news source is talking about his recent public appearance.

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  •  Top 3 Style Icons For Summer

      Sweater guide part 5

    How a sweater should fit:

    First of all, you want the bottom of the sweater to cover the hem at least by a little bit. If you have high-waisted trousers, you can have a shorter hem, but you can also have a longer hem. The next element to look at is your shoulder seam. Sometimes, sweaters are way too big or way too small but the end of the seam should always sit on your shoulder bone. In terms of sleeve length, you ideally want the sweater to end at the base of your hand. Some people like to show a little bit of cuff, others prefer to show none at all. It is simply a personal choice. In the 1990s, sweaters that were rather baggy with a lot of excess material around your waist were popular. I do not think it is a flattering look because sweaters have these elements that keep them tight to your body especially at the waist and you have a lot of flobbering material on top of it, it makes you look bad. Therefore, go for something that is not overly tight and constricting but lays close to your body. Just like with regular suit or jacket you want the armholes of your sweaters to be rather small and tight because the knit allows you to be still flexible and when you lift your arm, your entire sweater will not come up. If you have large armholes and you move up your sweater, everything is pulled up and it looks unfavorable.

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  • Top 3 Style Icons For Summer

    Sweater guide part 4

    Sweater materials, number 2: Alpaca

    A very underrated material for sweaters is alpaca. It comes from a Peruvian mountain animals and is extremely soft and nice, almost as soft as cashmere, at the same time, it is more insulating because the fiber is hollow with an air chamber that just protects you better from outside elements especially winter. Another advantage is that it is elastic, it does not have any lanolin such as wool which makes it perfect if you have allergies against lanolin.

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  • Top 3 Style Icons For Summer

    Sweater guide part 3

    Sweater styles, number 3: Zip up sweater

    It became popular in recent years and it actually features a sweater on top around your neck.

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  • Top 3 Style Icons For Summer

    Sweater guide part 2

    Sweater styles, number 1: Crew neck style

    This is the original fisherman style. It means, it sits very close to your neck and protects you from the elements and it is round. While this is a functional style, I prefer the v-neck style. The advantage of the v-neck is that it is made to be worn with a collared shirt and with a necktie. Because of the deep cutout, you can really see the tie versus with a crew neck, you would hardly see the tie at all. Maybe if the crew neck is cut out a little bigger, you can get off with a bow tie and that looks quite nice but if you want to wear a necktie or a collared dress shirt, the v-neck should be your choice of sweater. If you do not care about neckwear but you want to stay warm all day long, consider a turtleneck. They can come up with just one layer which is not as advantageous because usually, it gets flimsy, and I prefer the ones that are folded down all the way because they give your neck a nice roll. You can have problems if you have strong beard growth because the hair may poke the sweater and create a pilling. That being said, the turtleneck also known as mock neck or roll neck, can be an elegant option that makes your outfit softer, especially if it is something like a suit or a nice jacket. You can wear it as an evening wear, however, that is strong.

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  • The Angry Youth League Dad Who Never Grew Up, Lavar Ball

    The 2017 NBA draft is full of promising talent, but all the eyes are on Lavar Ball and his son Lonzo.

    Remember that one dad who would storm the court during his son’s middle school basketball game and yell at the ref for a missed call or at the coach for benching his kid? Now imagine 6 inches taller, make him look like Steve Harvey without the mustache or likability, throw in a voice permanently stuck on loud and you have an idea of who Lavar Ball is.

    For those of you who don’t know about the Ball family let me give you a brief summary. Lonzo Ball, Lavar’s eldest son, just finished his stellar freshman year at UCLA and expects to hear his name called within the first three picks at the NBA Draft next week. While Lonzo balls Lavar talks, taking shots at Lebron James, Steph Curry, Charles Barkley, and even Michael Jordan.

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  • Top 3 Style Icons For Summer

    Sweater guide part 1

    The sweater is also known as a jumper in Great Britain and it is a casual wardrobe staple that is wonderful during the colder seasons of the year. It can be made of many materials such as cashmere, wool, cotton, alpaca, or blends thereof.

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