Accessories

  • How to wear and style a collar clip and a collar pin

    How to wear and style a collar clip and a collar pin part 2

    How to style a collar clip, tip number 1:

    It must be worn with a tie and it is a rather formal accessory. You have to wear it with a long-sleeved dress shirt with a collar that is not too spread, so you can have the collar clip that pinches in between and keeps the collar together. You want to use a tie with a thinner interlining. Then, you want to have an oriental tie knot or a four in hand knot. These two tie knots are the slimmest ones you can find, and all the others are too big. You need that slim tie knot because you have a very small opening, and if it is too big, it is just bulging up and looks weird.

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  • The Classic History Of Loafers

    Tasseled Loafers are on the Rise

    Tasseled loafers are not the newest fashion, they actually come from the 60’s fashion and yet they are owning this era as well. There is always a very strong and smart reason why a style continues to travel through so many years; in the case of tasseled loafers, they just do not seem to be coming to an end.

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  • Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide

    Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide part 5

    Many men get confused as to what exactly is a moccasin or loafer, but in this guide, you will learn about a lot about Moccasin shoes, the history, and I will highlight variations such as driving mocs and “moccasins” with soles, and provide tips on how to wear and buy them.

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  • Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide

    Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide part 4

    Moccasin shoe leathers, number 4:

    By the time of the Second World War, they were mostly restricted to resorts and souvenir shops. After the end of the war, a new generation took to the highways to explore their country’s natural beauty and rediscovered the moccasin. By this time advances in the manufacturing sector enabled them to be made in different types of leathers and colors. They very soon regained their popularity, which is evidenced by the fact that the company Minnetonka Moccasins was founded in 1946. Today, most moccasins feature a double sole for increased durability and original moccasins are rarely worn on the street, because of pavement and concrete and much harder surfaces. As such, you will sometimes find added rubber or leather soles added to make more wearable in the 21. century. Some also use them for shoes around the house.

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  • Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide

    Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide part 3

    Moccasin shoe leathers, number 1:

    Moccasins were made from soft tanned hides of deer or buffalo or bison rawhide was used for the hard soled variety. You can also find moccasins made of deerskin or moosehide. They were assembled inside out and thus the stitching was hidden. Sinew / Tendon was used for the stitching and holes would be punched through the hide to facilitate it. The knot would be kept on the outside to facilitate comfort. The whip stitch and the running stitch were commonly used.

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  • Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide

    Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide part 2

    The history of the Moccasin shoe, number 2:

    Although there are various style moccasins that evolved due to different habitats and climates, they can be broadly divided into two types: hard sole and soft sole. Hard sole Moccasins are typically associated with the western plains and desert areas of North America. The hard sole was often made of tough bison leather and designed to protect the feet of the wearer from the harsh cactus and prairie-grass typical of the terrain in those areas. In addition, it also provided protection from sharp rocks. The hard sole Moccasin shoe was usually made from two or more pieces of leather. They usually have a turned up toe which prevented sharp objects from running into the seams and injuring the foot.

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  • Kanye West Combined His Suit With… Slides!

    Why do we prefer Sandals over slippers or shoes?

    Because they’re easy-going, comfortable, and go well with most occasions.

    You can’t go from the beach to the trails, and then have a dinner at a fancy restaurant without changing your shoes or slippers. But you can with your Sandals. Nobody will ask why you’re wearing a different kind of footwear.

    So, if Sandals offer you such relaxation and flexibility, why wouldn’t you buy yourself a pair?

    The answer is worth thinking and this is the reason we have brought you a collection of:

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  • Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide

    Moccasin shoes and driving Mocs guide part 1

    Moccasin shoes:

    The moccasin has a long history but first, let’s clarify what the term actually stands for. Moccasin is a heelless shoe of soft leather, the sole of which may be hard or soft and flexible. In soft-soled moccasins, the sole is brought up the sides of the foot and over the toes, where it is joined by a puckered seam to a U-shaped piece lying on top of the foot. The upper part of the moccasin is often adorned with embroidery, beading, or other ornaments. Some people claim a genuine moccasin does not have a separate sole, and while it is true that the moccasins of many American Indian tribes did not feature a sole, because the soft leather was ideal for forest grounds and hunting, tribes who resided in the mountains or prairie often attached a separate sole of bison leather. The moccasins were more suited to their environment. Shoes with heels, such as a Norwegian and loafers, are often advertised as moccasins, but that is incorrect and what they refer to is the “moccasin style” U-shaped leather uppers.

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  • 7 Brands that Make Cool and Affordable Tees for Men

    7 Brands that Make Cool and Affordable Tees for Men

    Seeing your best friend wearing $200 Armani tee, you might’ve thought I wish I could do the same.

    But not all of us are capable of buying such an expensive clothing.

    Instead, we’ll have to look for brands that can offer us cool tees but at a less price.

    Well, if that’s the case, someone had to do the research work which I did and brought you a list of:

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    3 High Waisted Jeans you Should be Buying

    Who remembers the embarrassing phase of the very low waisted jeans? We remember the time very clearly because we too, were the victims of low waisted jeans. Now we cannot thank the fashion industry and the people who love high waisted jeans, enough for bringing back the very much needed high waisted jeans!

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