Wednesday, 23 February 2011

What to Watch Out for Men Casual Wear in this summer

Clothing for work, especially in regard to offices, business transactions, has changed quite a while now. It is a fact that is no longer necessary to use a coat and tie to be smart. There are many options and combination, accompanied by appropriate accessories that you can take and still be stylish.

There is an expression in English, literally "business casual" can be translated to Spanish saying something like "executive but casual." But it's worth being clear on what fits the style parameters, to avoid errors and above all to preserve the taste.

For example, there are ways to wear a suit without looking like you're going to a wedding.


The trick is to clarify the suit has a bit of color underneath, for example blue, indigo, beige, or purple. This revives the color of the dress and adds a personal touch.

As for the men fashion shirts, the basic concept is that the less conspicuous the better. Opt for a plain shirt, but if you do not like, I suggest you try out the scratches.

For the coldest days, if it coats and divers, I recommend you have in your wardrobe a Bleiz or jacket of blue cloth. With this, rest assured that you'll always well dressed either to the days of coat and tie or those that will informal.

Maintain discretion and elegance, having your garments spotless. You could have the best designer clothes but impact would be terrible, if you use soiled or frayed. Watch these details, because believe me women do not ever forgive.

Like wearing jeans?

Mens fashion jeans are so popular today that you can find them everywhere, are central to the style as it is casual business attire, but we must take into account:

Can Match Your Favorite Tie With Jeans?

For your jeans are the perfect garment must include a good range of tones, you can combine a classic jeans with a dark blue dress shirt and a light-colored sports jacket. A blue jeans usually paler look great with a dark jacket or blazer.

But do not just blue jeans. The black jeans can be a lifesaver on a trip. Under a sport coat, give you entrance to many places where blue jeans have no place. At home, are a nice change of pace, especially if you want to look like a bohemian. Just keep your poetry to yourself. 

Do not make the common mistake of wearing a shirt with loose sleeves at the opening of a gallery. If the occasion is something serious, tight sleeves used (sample those biceps.) The shirts are going to wear under sport coats should have a bit of lycra or spandex, which makes it a bit to fit your torso.

If you're wearing tight jeans, wear a loose shirt to avoid "sausage?. Conversely, if your jeans are a little loose, wearing a shirt a little tighter to avoid the appearance of bin of dirty laundry.

The jeans must be worn with shoes with a matte finish and a thicker sole than dress shoes. For times lower in the scale of formality, wear shoes with thick soles, perhaps something like a boot or booty to scale with contrasting stitching or jumping. But if you're wearing jeans to a cocktail, climbs the ladder of sophistication with suede shoes or loafers. The jeans look best with a wide belt buckle has a flat, heavier than a formal.

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Sneaker of the Week: Converse New Chuck Taylor Sneaker

Converse debuts new version of the Chuck Taylor All Star Leather Jacket sneaker with Schott leather.

With deep roots in American style and culture, the Schott NYC jacket and the Chuck Taylor All Star shoe have led somewhat parallel lives. Converse began in 1908 and Schott in 1913 and as the part of the 20th Century unfolded, Chuck Taylor All Star shoes were unveiled and quickly became nearly ubiquitous in American life. Not long before Chuck Taylor added his name to the already then famous All Star shoe, in 1928, Schott unveiled the first motorcycle jacket ever. Named the “Perfecto”, by the 1950s, the jacket had become a symbol of the new rebellion that was taking hold with the burgeoning teen culture that arose after the War.

Referenced in classic film and television— the uniform of the rock and roller, the hoodlum and the rebel often wore a pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All Star shoes and a black Schott Perfecto leather jacket. Likewise, as the punk rock movement swept the streets of downtown New York City and beyond, a Schott leather jacket and a pair of Chucks became synonymous with the scene. Today, both Schott and Converse connect with the American spirit and represent the individualism that both brands have embodied throughout the decades.

Mating the original motorcycle jacket design with the Chuck Taylor All Star shoe, Converse and Schott developed a sneaker that showcases the best of both labels, including heavy-duty rear zip entry, zips under the laces and a patchwork of motorcycle jacket leather. Further details include quilted lining, snaps on the tongue, a leather rand, and the Schott label sewn discreetly inside the shoe. 

Source: highsnobiety

Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Mens Fashion Week: Lanvin Fall 2011 Collection

If there were something which other fashion designers might learn from the house of Lanvin, it would be in which not anything keeps a roomful of jaded show-goers pleased as if warm espresso and nice treats. This seems easy, however just a little goes a very long way.

Easy luxury is at the heart of a Lanvin collection - a cashmere turtleneck poking out from beneath a shirt collar, or a flowing silk suit - but there was something buttoned up, almost stern, in a knee-length coat tied tightly at the waist with rope, or a suit jacket fastened just that bit too snug.

"Where there is tension, there is energy," declared Lanvin menswear designer Lucas Ossendrijver after the show, "and this collection was really about that tension. A classic loafer and then an extreme hiking boot, or luxury tailoring mixed with sportswear. We tried to find the hybrid."