Simple Men’s Style Tips

A lot of men overthink fashion to the point where it becomes obscenely complex, and hard for most men to wrap their brains around. The truth is, men’s fashion is surprisingly simple if you understand a few basic rules. These simple tips will help you get your footing in men’s fashion, so you can choose a wardrobe you’ll love for years to come.

Accessories

Men’s fashion accessories include belts, wallets, watches and lots of other important pieces. Get yourself a briefcase for work, if you’ve been using a backpack. Grab a watch and make sure you match your belt with your shoes. Also, invest in a new wallet every few years so the leather doesn’t look worn.

A Bit About Socks

Socks are much understated, but are an important part of your wardrobe. Pants should come to rest just atop your shoes, so there shouldn’t be much of a gap when you’re standing. When you’re seated, your socks tend to show and this is the time for style. Contrasting colors can go very well with certain outfits, so don’t be afraid to step outside your comfort zone on the hunt for a unique look.

Using Color

A lot of men limit themselves to grayscale color palettes, or earth tones. The truth is you can work a bit of color in your wardrobe and it won’t hurt you. Reds and blues tend to work very well for almost any modern man, so try out some colored button ups. Avoid loud color, and wearing anything that clashes (like checks and stripes).

Bio: Dev Randhawa wants to pursue a career in fashion design and blogging. Dev Randhawa blogs for multiple outlets online, and travels the world in search of excellent men’s fashion tips.


Invitation Dresses by MANGO 2016

MANGO 2016

Article Written by : Art & Literature

It looks to be more and a lot of confusing to come to a decision what to wear to parties these days. There are multiple terms that means the identical thing being employed on invitations. This duplication leads to several grey areas when it comes to what you actually should wear to your event.

Here could be a quick reference guide to dress code implications for social events listed within the order of informal to formal. I follow this with a quick look at what constitutes a tuxedo and separates a ball gown from an evening robe.
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