A crisp white shirt is the most essential piece in your wardrobe. Trends come and go, but the versatility and elegance of the white shirt is perpetual. It has the benefits of a blank wall, can be dressed down or dressed up: It can be worn under a blazer, over a t-shirt, styled with a pair of cool jeans, possibilities are endless.
So you’re ready to revamp your ugly, dirty wardrobe? You’ve been thinking about it for a while, but not sure what to buy and what to skip? It’s just too confusing, isn’t it? You see all those fancy bloggers offering advice on latest fashion trends, season’s best pieces and what not. However, sometimes it’s super confusing to choose the right clothes that last longer and look good. So, if you’re someone who believes in a timeless style, you’ve come to the right place. A couple of months back I wrote a detailed post describing capsule wardrobe. So, I’d suggest you to go through the entire post first to really get your head around the term ‘Capsule Wardrobe’ After you do...
Winter is here, which means your summer clothes will get lost in your wardrobe. And all the winter sweatshirts and jackets will take the front row. But, just because it's winter doen't mean your favourite t-shirts too have to take the back seat in your wardrobe. All you have to do is to be little creative and layer up your tees.
Let me take a wild guess. You all love sunglasses, right? You're always in search for a new pair, a new style or the latest trend. Now, there are too many types of sunglasses that a gentleman (that's you) can rock. But, there's one little issue, you don't know exactly how many types of sunglasses are available in the market or are in trend. To save you from your endless quest to look for all styles, we've created a simple visual guide that shows almost all the sunglasses styles that are available in the market today.
This infographic can help guide you to finding the perfect fitting suit, but if you still have questions, don’t miss the author’s more detailed guide on The Art of Manliness. The most important thing to look for are odd lines in the suit’s outline that indicate it is too tight or too baggy.