Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Getting the Most Out of Your Sweats

With the advent of the new slimmer more tapered style sweats, men are saying good bye bidding to the old boxy sweatpants that you once settled for in department stores.   Outside of the new styles and tapered cuts, customers are also seeing a change in construction and fabrics as well. The new sweats are coming equipped with heavier weighted materials and high quality stitching, giving customers not only a more stylish look, but a well rounded look as well.

How To Wear
You can now get the most out of your sweats in the following ways:
  • Sweatshirts and pants are always a go to. However, you don’t have to look like are going to the gym if you aren’t. A pair of cashmere sweats and a vintage style crew and sneakers is a great way to pull off the “I may look like I am going to the gym, but I am really just going to an early movie,” look.
  • Say your friends want to grab brunch and you really don’t feel like changing out of your denim shirt, sweats and sneakers. What do you do? Grab a blazer to go with the sweats you already have on. A well fitted blazer always dresses up any look, plus, your friends won’t think you just rolled out of bed.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Alexander Wang Collection for H&M to Hit Stores Nov. 6

Alexander Wang’s collection for H&M, announced last April, is finally hitting stores (and online) on November 6. The designer had the following to say about the collaboration, which is inspired by performance-wear:

“I wanted to create a collection where most of the pieces have been designed from scratch," Wang said. "There are only a couple of items that are updates from past designs. Rather than creating affordable versions of expensive items, I wanted to design true performance pieces that are within the natural price points of sportswear of H&M, so we were able to create the best version of these pieces, through our vocabulary."

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Stylish Men will be Wearing "Chalk Stripes" this Fall

Stylish men are dressing down their suits like never before, and no pattern is more suitable for a casual update than chalk stripes, the more audacious cousin to pinstripes. The thicker stripe, often broken up a bit by the natural textures of woven wool, has an earthier feel, which lends itself to pairing with sneakers, chunky sweaters, or even a crewneck sweatshirt.

Overall think of pinstripes: all business, and chalk stripes as all balls.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Andrew Nowell Shows Pops of Color for Spring/Summer '15

One of the bright spots that shone during DC Fashion Week was the menswear line from Andrew Nowell. The designer presented his Spring/Summer 2015 collection last Saturday night during the Emerging Designers Showcase held at the Washington Post Conference Center.

Nowell gets his inspiration from the street-wear movement that is so prevalent in what men are wearing these days, combined with the classic tailoring of Saville Row. “Men are no longer dressing like their fathers,” Nowell noted. 

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

3 Ways To Combat Your Relationship Insecurities

When you find the one you feel like you’ve been waiting for all your life, it’s not surprising that you’d want to hold on tight. Your relationship is something that should be cherished, and you’re likely wary of anything that could harm it or take it away from you. But sometimes, the person in the relationship can be so concerned with keeping the relationship, that they actually begin harming it.
It can also be difficult to stay positive about finding love amid reports about how often people commit infidelity. Just recently, AdamEve.com shared survey results indicating that one in every three people admit to cheating in relationships.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Now There's A Vitamin for People Who Drink

We're the generation of detox/retox. We work out, we eat well, and then we drink. A lot. To make our oxymoronic lifestyle even more sustainable, the pioneers over at Drinkwel developed "The World's First Daily Multivitamin For Healthy People Who Drink." Created by two Berkeley grads, Drinkwel's ingredients are designed to replenish nutrients, process alcohol-induced toxins and support healthy liver function. Founders Mike and Greg personally guarantee you'll feel better with Drinkwel, or they'll give you all your  money back, including shipping.  (about $40).


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