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Put simply, a capsule wardrobe is the collection of fashion items optimized so to provide for you with a look for pretty much any situation where you need to be fashionable on the fly. Such collections are tight and complete (minus accessories) – no more than 10 pieces, gents! Think about it this way: If you were sent unexpectedly to a foreign land – or planet! – these are the clothes you would have airdropped with you.
Looking stylish whilst wearing sportswear can be tricky, however when you want comfortable, practical clothing is there any other choice? Luckily several top sportswear designers have taken note of this dilemma to create clothing that ticks both the style and functionality box. The next generation of sportswear takes the comfort of traditional sportswear and combines it with sleek designs and classic fits that look great both in the bar and on the field. One of the brands leading the way with stylish sportswear is Cruyff Clothing, the brainchild of Danish football hero Johan Cruyff. His highly successful footwear range set the standard for innovative designs and the new clothing designs definitely do not disappoint.
When you think of blue jeans, you probably can’t remember a time when they were not part of your wardrobe. Since the first jeans were brought to market in the 1800’s by Levi Strauss, they have evolved in style. One such product of the jean evolution has been the cut-off jeans.
There is a fine line between looking casual and looking messy, and unfortunately it is finding that line which has some men struggling for inspiration. Fashion doesn’t have to be complicated; it shouldn’t be chore and if anything should be enjoyed by the modern gentleman. It is easy to find things which look good; it’s all about knowing what your style is and what suits you.
Due to this, I have chosen a few simple staple items of clothing which should be in every man’s wardrobe. These can be teamed with anything and can suitable for any casual adventure.
Summer has finally bitten the dust, and with the temperature beginning to drop it’s time to start thinking about updating your wardrobe for the cold weather ahead. Leading fashion houses have given us plenty of new trends to work with this season, so whatever your style you’ll find something that’s right up your street. We’ve taken a look at the men’s A/W 2012 collections from the biggest names in fashion to bring you our roundup of the trends to watch this autumn and winter season.
The great outdoors
The Americana and heritage vibes may still be going strong, but a new twist on these trends is beginning to emerge. Practical outdoor clothing is increasingly inspiring menswear designers, attracted by its tough functionality and ready-for-anything appeal. Performance materials, technical parkas, and traditional hiking apparel were mixed and matched on the catwalk, teamed up with casual dress trousers and slim ties. An easy way to incorporate the trend, and equip your feet for the wet and windy weather ahead, is to make your next pair of boots hiking-inspired. The Euro Sprint ankle boot from Timberland’s latest range gets this look just right, taking a hiking boot style and updating it with a bit of street cred.
You must have been hearing a lot about online shoe clubs off late considering the fact that these are undoubtedly one of the biggest buzzes in town at the moment. But what is so awesome about them and what is so different about online shoe clubs than just going out and buying shoes from the retail store? Well, as with every type of commerce turning to the Internet for bigger and better services, the same applies for shoe shopping. But apart from this obvious gain, there are a host of other benefits of subscribing to online shoe shopping clubs. Here are the reasons three top reasons why people are going crazy over this new trending way of shoe shopping:
1. Exclusive Shoes
What is the only thing that you hate about walking into a store and buying a shoe? The obvious answer that most women will complain about is the fact that they don’t feel exclusive with the process. The thought that other people can also flaunt the exact pair of shoe that you just paid a fortune for, dampens the excitement and the sexiness quotient of the same. But at the same time you will not be having any other option.