Month: May 2013

HOW TO SELECT A TIE: PART 2

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Here are the following steps when choosing what tie to buy, color and pattern. TTG

Photo courtesy: Art of Manliness

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HOW TO SELECT A TIE: PART 1

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These are the first three steps when selecting a tie: size, fabric and construction. TTG

Photo courtesy: Art of Manliness

TRAVELING BAG FOR YOUR SHOES

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Here’s a bag that’s great for traveling with more than one pair of shoes. No more stuffing your shoes with your clothing hoping it doesn’t get bent out of shape. Not only does this bag from Bally serve as a great way to protect your shoes for long lasting use, but this bag will always be useful, making it a great investment. TTG

Photo courtesy: Bally

KNOWING YOUR SHOE TYPES

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The most stylish shoes worn in modern times might be wingtip, cap toe or plain toe but you should also know the other types that are around, because you will be seeing them. TTG

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FIT TIPS FOR SHOES

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Getting the style down packed for the shoes you want to buy is a plus, but you also want to ensure yourself that you know how your shoes should fit you. Here are some tips on how you can go about determining that. TTG

Photo courtesy: Kinowear

THE BASICS OF DRESS SHOES

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Get to know the basic parts of a dress shoe and what you should be looking for when buying one. TTG

Photo courtesy: Kinowear

QUALITIES OF GOOD DRESS SHOES

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This short list is what makes a dress shoe a good one. Get familiar with it and use it the next time you go shopping, you won’t regret what you leave the stores with. TTG

Photo courtesy: Kinowear

MAKING SPRING CLEANING EASY

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Here’s a interesting way to do some Spring cleaning by Bobella. A great guide to open up your closet, you’ll either HANG IT, TOSS IT OR DONATE IT! TTG

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BLAZERS FOR RECESS

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By now I’m sure we’ve engraved in your head the necessary suit colors needed in your closet, well it’s time for a break in order to have a little fun. Get creative with your blazer and select colors that not only go well with your complexion, but also can be matched easily with other clothing and accessories you might have. Noticed we mentioned “blazer” and not an entire suit ensemble, the purpose for that is because having a suit comprised of certain colors might not go too well. You want to be selective about what colors you get for an entire suit, and if you’re not too positive about that, then you can always fall back on the blazer. TTG

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