Let’s Talk Sandals.

First post… ooouuu… I got chills for days.
Anyway… Welcome to my humble aboard reader. You’ll probably be seeing a lot of ellipses so be warned. I hope you enjoy. Be sure to leave your comments and views and suggestions on what you want to be featured in the next reads.
Today being a Thursday I want to talk about shoes and when I say shoes I mainly want to talk about ladies shoes.
Ladies have a variety of shoes to buy and wear. I mean if you are one you must understand me when I say we can never have enough shoes, we just can’t. It’s like a curse. We always feel the need to own more pairs day in day out.
Anyway, enough about our urges and what not, let’s talk SANDALS!
Sandals are a must have in one’s wardrobe. I mean they can be an everyday type of wear kind of shoe. I would rock them come rain come sun… Well okay I may be bluffing when I say that. I avoid them at all costs when it is raining. Don’t get me wrong though if you own a colourful pair of sandals like these;

You could rock them with several outfits. They are vibrant and colourful and would definitely light up a dull outfit. These are the kind of sandals one wears to a cocktail party or a chilled event on a Sunday afternoon.

Sandals can be worn with a crop top and a maxi skirt for those not so formal events or just a chilled hangout with friends. I mean it’s never that serious plus if you have the kind of friends that I have who make random plans and y’all end up walking for unplanned miles then heels are just not in the equation unless of course for special events like dinner parties where you assured of being driven to and fro the said destination.
Sandals also tend to go very well with dungarees. Be it shorts or trousers. Sandals are a thumbs up. I mean you don’t have to be in boots or old schools or basically closed shoes all the time. Let your feet breathe. Give them freedom. Let them live… Oh sorry, was getting a tad bit carried away hehe.
Anyway if you are going to a festival on a hot sunny day you just need your shorts, sling bag to throw in all the things you may or may not need (you know how it is…. Our bags sometimes carrying unnecessary items which we convince ourselves that we need them.), a hat and to top it all up… the icing on the cake… drum rolls please… SANDALS! And the crowd goes wild woohoo… hehe… Don’t mind me I can be a bit melodramatic. At least it beats deadbeat boring anytime any day.*sigh of contentment*
Also if you are going for a wedding reception or a luncheon and decide on wearing a romper or a pair of jeans, matching them with a nice handbag and sandals gives the look a simple yet classy touch.

Sandals can also be worn with a dress shirt. Gladiator sandals especially go swell with dress shirt; particularly if the dress shirt is simple and played down.

I could go on and on but for now I will let pictures speak for me… Till the next segment… Adios muchachos.

Oh before I forget, if you are having a beach wedding or attending one, no need to struggle or put yourself through so much stress walking in the sand in heels. Just get yourself a pair of sandals. They are even easier to slip of so as to feel the course beach sand under your feet. Okay now I am done.

March 17, 2017

Men And Accessories.

Women have been able to dominate the fashion industry for the longest time I know, men have finally decided to wake up and dive into designer suits, classy accessories and invest in glamorous watches that have made us conclude on one’s social status. I got a chance to interview the one and only, Finer man who is a Kenyan male stylist. He shared some guidelines on how the gentlemen should stay suited and booted in accessories.
We all know that a suit definitely makes a man and it’s a MUST in his wardrobe. I have seen men dressed in suits and yes they do look good but it needs to be energized. It does not hurt to spruce your suit with some accessories to add some level of style. By accessories I mean stuff like pocket squares, neckties, tie clips, lapel pins, cufflinks and watches. All these add color and makes your suit to be unique than a normal plain one. I am sure some of those terms are not familiar with you. The pocket square is a small handkerchief worn at the breast of the coat; a necktie is simply a tie which is long piece of cloth worn at the neck; A tie clip holds the tie in the right position; A lapel pin is a small decorative pin worn on the lapel of a jacket; Cufflinks are decorative accessories which are used in button holes.
Anytime when wearing a suit with broad lapels make sure the lapel pin is accurate and complimentary to its radius. To add some fun in your suit, top it up with a pocket square of your choice though it has several functions. A pocket square adds an official or casual taste .i.e. a pocket square that has been designed in kisses and love hearts cannot be worn in an official forum it will communicate wrong messages even if your girlfriend told you it’s cute. There are different types and the prints should guide you who can be worn in the office or a weekend.
When choosing a tie, look at the lapels of the coat for you to make the right decision on what will be hanging on your neck. For the bling lovers, add a tie clip after the second button of the shirt. If you own a slim tie, use a small tie clip. The same applies to a big one.
So I have always been fascinated about men and watches. I find watches very powerful and it’s said to dictate one’s social status ever since invented. Some go all the way to invest in huge brand names; the likes of Rolex, Breitling just to mention a few. Every morning as you are wearing a watch, make sure the shirt cuffs arise above the shirt. This is for it to be seen, I mean what lady doesn’t want to see some giant designer bling on your wrist?
I hope you have learnt something new. If your man wears a normal suit Monday to Friday, it’s time to change that!

March 16, 2017

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