Different styles are appropriate for wearing for different occasions. At work, you might wear a suit to the office, while at home, perhaps you choose to dress as casually as possible. There are many times when you might want to combine smart and casual elements of your wardrobe so you can look good without looking too formal. Maybe you have a slightly more casual workplace, where you need to look presentable but you don’t need to dress up too much. Or maybe you just like to look good when you’re out and about. The sports casual look errs on the slightly more casual side of the spectrum but still has smart elements. Mastering the look can be hard though, so there are a few things to think about.
It’s the final countdown… Shhhhh! You don’t want the ladies to know it only took you 30 minutes. Maybe it’s playing in your head already, but getting ready for a date in record time sounds nigh on impossible! Unless you’re a bachelor playing the field, you might not have getting ready for a date down to a fine art just yet. But don’t panic, I am here to guide you, minute by minute, and by minute 30, you will be looking damn fine! From unwashed to the Bill of the ball, you’ll be ready. Let’s do this!
Putting together your very own bachelor pad is going to be one of the most exciting times in your life. You’re out on your own, you have your own space, and you can do with it whatever you please! However, with all of the different choices and ideas out there, it can be difficult to decide what to do. These tips will make putting your bachelor pad together easy:
There are going to be some people that read our next statement and totally get what we are talking about. The statement is this, “the older we get the younger we feel.” We can’t really explain it but while growing old is inevitable, it is becoming clearer and clearer that growing up is optional, and with each passing year, we’re more determined than ever to start ticking off bucket list entries. It is like the great philosopher Buzz Lightyear said, adventure is out there.
Spring is upon us and it’s a notoriously difficult season to dress for. Whilst womenswear has nailed the seasonal transition with floaty dresses, light cardigans, and chiffon shirts, menswear can be trickier. So whether you’re jetting off on holiday, lounging by the beach, or going to work, this guide has got you covered…