22 Sep 2011

THY/THOU/THEE Fashion Trend

marvin saidi | 04:06 |
Hello my beautifull people so Today just happens to be the most beautiful day that I have ever seen. The sun is shinning so bright, the birds are out and about singing. I’m just laying down in the field, looking up at the sky, thinking how today could get any better but somehow its boring to me wonder why but thats coz maybe yester-night i spent the whole night playing the new mission play station 3 CD i bought which consumed all of my precious night time now iv woken up with black eyes NkT! so not pleasing i tell you...
anyhu LEGOOO...
Finding inspiration to write about fall/winter trends has certainly become much easier recently. While the calendar may well say it’s still summer, the view out of my window tells a rather different story. With menacing grey clouds looming above and a wind that you would be hard pressed to describe as a gentle breeze, it’s safe to say that the segue away from summer is truly under way.

The high-street has now begun rolling out the early stages of their autumn collections and one key influence that is immediately apparent is heritage. Fashion circles have truly indulged in the British countryside this coming season, with collections inundated with tweed, corduroy, patterned knits and so forth....

So Some of us always been classified as special group of human beings who are less fashionable conscious by our opposite sex (except minority). Whether we like this statement or not, we do find some of the silly fashion mistakes that made by most of the men on the street very unpleasing to the eyes or what do you think?????

Here are 5 tips to help you choose the right clothes for men clothing.

1.       Stripes
There is a golden rule with wearing stripes... Horizontal: No. Vertical: Yes.

Vertical stripes will make your silhouette look longer and slimmer.

Horizontal stripes, however, will have the opposite effect and make anyone look larger than they are...

2.       Jackets
A single-breasted jacket will make you look far slimmer than a double-breasted one; this is because people’s eyes will automatically focus on the centre point.

Also, try to avoid jackets or blazers that are double-vented as this will draw unnecessary attention to your bottom!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> SO BY THE WAY CHECK OUT THIS CHIX SHOES AND CONCLUDE FOR YOURSELF me personally i so loath them*love them* 

                                          Tamu McPherson from the blog All The Pretty Birds

back to my blog steps ..so as i was saying
3.       Sizes
NEVER try and squeeze into a size that is too small!

Wearing clothing that is overly tight will look terrible and you will feel very self-conscious.

4.       Belts
Belts are a very important accessory!

You should always wear one as it will hold your waistline and ensure that your trousers hang correctly!
but if your into Italian fashion like me there really no use of a belt coz all the trousers u'll be wearing will be fitted to the core and you'll end  looking like the Barcelona's Soccer coach who i find so fashionable in every sense*just saying* NO HOMO

5.       Colours
Wearing contrasting colours will immediately draw attention to the joins between your clothes, i.e. your stomach... 

Stick to shades that are more similar to one another.

and we cont.....


  1. I wore tight clothes for a while, but I didn't have any money for new ones, so that was kinda out of necessity :(


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