Monthly Archives: October 2017

  • The Best Looks Of Jon Kortajarena

    Once upon a time, there was a boy from Bilbao, who had razor sharp cheekbones, a perfect quiff and a slightly arched eyebrow. One day, he became one of the most successful models of the whole world. The boy’s name is Jon Kortajarena.

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  • A Guide To The Beanie Hat

    A Guide To The Beanie Hat

    Everybody knows what the beanie is due to their immense popularity, but what most people don’t know is that the beanie—in some shape or form—has been around since the 1100s. But the design we are most familiar with has its roots in military and blue collar uniforms, just like so many other enduring menswear staples.

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  • How to look like rich without robbing a bank

    Tips on how to dress older than you are part 5

    A lot of younger men want to be taken more seriously, and a way to accomplish that is to dress older than they are.

    Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 16: Add cufflinks to your outfit

    Most young guys wear bare cuffs with buttons so a dress shirt with French cuffs and a pair of cufflinks will just make you look more well dressed. In general, older men prefer colors that are not so bold so that is something to always keep in mind. For example, rather than going with a lighter green knit tie, go with a bottle green one because it will help you to add a few years back to your outward appearance, or rather than going with a light blue jacket, go with the darker blue jacket. Also, cream color and herringbone pattern could make you look older.

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  • Panama hat guide

    Tips on how to dress older than you are part 4

    Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 11: Wear a hat

    One thing that will definitely make you look older and more mature is to wear a hat. Whether it is a Panama hat in the summer, a Fedora hat in the winter, or maybe just a flat cap, it will all make you look more mature.

     

    Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 12: Wear an overcoat

    During the cold months of the year, rather than wearing a jacket for skiing, go with a proper overcoat. It will immediately make you look older and more mature.

    Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 13: Wear dress shirts

    Instead of going with polo shirts or t-shirts, upgrade to dress shirts. You should keep them in subtle patterns and subtle colors such as pastels. Stay away from bold stripes and loud colors because older men typically do not wear that.

    Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 14: Invest in quality products

    Most young men today do not have the funds to buy quality goods and so they go with cheap stuff. If you, on the other hand, invest in more quality products, it will show and make you look more mature. Good stuff has its price and it is expensive and you may not be able to afford that and that is okay, however, you can go to a vintage store, find secondhand items that are of superb quality at a price that is lower than which you would pay for cheap stuff at the retail.

    Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 15: Wear a tie

    The problem with ties and young men is they do not know how to tie them properly so they get loose tie knots that hang down and it just makes you look younger, so before you wear a tie learn how to tie it properly.

  • How to look like rich without robbing a bank

    Tips on how to dress older than you are part 3

    Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 8: Try to work out

    Add some bulk to your body. If you are young, chances are, you are still quite slim and it can make you look like a boy.

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  • How to look like rich without robbing a bank

    Tips on how to dress older than you are part 2

    Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 3: Get a classic haircut

    Stay clear of extreme cuts, extreme undercuts with lots of hair products that are just over the top, because that is not something mature gentlemen would wear. Man buns and long hair are typically things not associated with older men and therefore, stay away from that.

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  • How to look like rich without robbing a bank

    Tips on how to dress older than you are part 1

    First of all, why do you want to look older than you are? We live in a world that seems to appreciate youth, at the same time, people judge you constantly. Youth, while mostly considerably advantageous in most cultures, can also have a connotation with impulsiveness or immaturity. Some people will also assume that you are not as reliable and I mean all kinds of judgments, simply based on the age, the way you look, and the way you dress. Maybe if you have a “baby face”, and you want to be taken more seriously and advance your career, these hacks can help you. You can even get better service because you look older.

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  • How To Tie A Bow Tie

    The bow tie guide part 5

    At the beginning of the 20th century, bow ties transitioned more into a specific style choice because the traditional threefold necktie became more popular now. Even though they would be progressively less popular now, they still maintain their place in classic men’s wardrobe in the first half of the 20th century. At the turn of the century, bow ties were usually quite small but, there were loads of shapes and forms, much more than you can find today. In the 1930’s there were smaller bow ties as well and bigger bow ties. However, in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, bow ties became huge. It was the same with ties and shirt collars, sometimes also lapels. By the 1990’s, and early 2000’s, most men would not wear bow ties anymore. It seems that bow ties are much more flexible than they were in the past. People wear them sometimes even with short sleeved shirts or just a dress shirt. It doesn’t require a jacket anymore and it’s just a form of self-expression.

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  • How To Tie A Bow Tie

    The bow tie guide part 4

    Different bow tie materials:

    In terms of bow tie materials, there are a lot of them. Silk is probably the most popular and widespread material and it comes in all kind of shapes and weaves. It comes in shiny silk, not so shiny silk, a coarser silk, silks with natural knobs in them and it’s just a wonderful material for bow ties. You can also find linen bow ties, cotton bow ties, blended bow ties, as well as wool bow ties. You should stay clear of nylon or polyester bow tie because it’s just a lower end, cheaper product that will not look nice. Another really great option for bow ties is velvet because it changes the look with the light.

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  • How To Tie A Bow Tie

    The bow tie guide part 3

    Once you know how to tie a bow tie, there are many occasions where you can wear one. If you wear them a lot, you probably know advanced ways of tying them. Hipsters wear them with just a regular shirt for everyday wear and it does not have to be an evening occasion, that is very formal.

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