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Light Weather Styling Tips

Light Weather Styling Tips

Spring never felt so sweet - Just White Shirts

Its February already, and Summers are round the corner. It seems unbelievable that another winter has pretty much come and gone already. If there’s a silver lining, it’s that spring is one of the best seasons for style. (Unless, of course, you hate the summer and the season change is the silver lining.) spring fabrics are richer and more textured. The colors are both vibrant and earthy. Patterns are truly at home. Layering. Scarves. Coats. The list goes on and on. Summer people, am I getting you at least a bit more excited about saying goodbye to winters yet? Clothing Brands such as "Just White Shirts" focus on providing everything at one place

There is that all-important seasonal transition time, however, when it’s not quite the end of Winter and not quite the beginning of spring. Choosing the right clothing can be a bit tricky, but here are a few key items you’ll want to have.

I’m a big fan of Jackets for spring style. Wear them as a standalone piece early in the season and layer them up over a waistcoat or under and topcoat into February/March when it starts to get chillier. Denim jackets add a flavor of classic cool to casual shirts and are also a great way dress down office attire and give it a bit of an edge. Make sure it fits snugly around your torso when buttoned.

Fall is a Leather boot season. And as much as I’m saddened by having to pack my linen clothing away for a year, that sadness is tempered by the knowledge that I can start breaking out the boots. Leather boots are must haves. They’re the loafers of the boot world and instantly dress up even more casually leaning looks.

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The Difference Between a Blazer, a Suit Jacket and a Sportcoat

The Difference Between a Blazer, a Suit Jacket and a Sportcoat
Most of us are usually unaware of the basic difference between 3 of the most essential outerwear for gentlemen i-e (Blazers, Suit Jacket and Sport Coat). Here’s a guide on basic differentials between the three.
The Blazer:
Blazer, Casual Jacket, Jacket
  • Trademark for the members of the boating clubs.
  • Can be pulled off with a jeans, hard to carry with brass bottoms
  • Traditionally has brass/metal buttons, but that’s obviously not always the case now.
  • Looks best in solid colors, almost always navy.
  • Wool blazers always adds a traditional value.
  • Lies in between Sport coat which is more casual and Suit jacket which is formal.

The Sport coat:
Sportcoat, Sports jacket
  • Usually an outerwear to carry with suits.
  • Sometimes, people tend to use the term blazers when referring to Sport coats(traditionalists hate this, since most of the people think it's not a big deal)
  • Fabrics are usually cotton or linen
  • More casual in nature than blazer
  • Originally worn at sport events or activities (hunting, shooting etc.

Suit Jacket, Suits, Jacket
  • A mismatched combination with jeans.
  • Buttons are usually made of horn or plastic
  • Fabrics are usually more finer and smoother than sport coats
  • Looks best with matching trousers.
  • More constructed in nature (Shoulder, canvas, pads etc)
If a jacket doesn’t have a matching pants, it is safe to term that as blazer or sport coat. If it has matching pants then it will definitely be termed as suit jacket. Whereas, if it's not navy in color or has gold buttons, then it's a blazer.
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3 Essential Fashion Styles Every Man Should Be Aware Of

3 Essential Fashion Styles Every Man Should Be Aware Of

Fashion, Men's Style, Lifestyle, Tutorial

About a decade or two ago, all a man had to know about style or fashion was to wear something which is sober or what you can say masculine. There was no significant difference in what you wear at the office or at a bar in that case. Personal grooming or styling was something man weren’t really aware of.

But eventually as the Social Life grew up Man started to care about what people might think or say by looking at his/her attire at both personal and professional level. They started associating different individuals by what they wear which was pretty at the time, now style has become a landmark for professional life.

Some say style really apprehends to what nature a person possesses or it gives an indirect reflection to what the person really is about. Now Style follows at every step of the life, whether a dinner date or a meeting with a major client. Just White Shirts follow all these steps along the way.

But how can we possibly take care of that?

Fit to Perfection:

Notoriously speaking, Guys or Men do not really care about the fitting of what they are wearing, because for them the area of concern is comfort ability, then how it fits. Whereas now, whatever shape you are in now, your body needs to be dressed to perfection. What does your suit look like? when you buy a suit you make sure that it gets tailored to your body from whichever store you get it made. I’m sure you’d never prefer to wear a suit which just hangs on your body.

Casual shirt, Dress shirt, Blazer, Jacket

These days it’s the same with all the other casual outfits too, from Shirts, Sweater, Shoes etc. Assume a man wearing a $5000 Tom Ford suit whose skin is peaking in between the buttons of his straining dress shirt looks as bad as an ugly men wearing dirty clothes. It must definitely FIT, period.

Little details is what makes a difference.

It all starts with what you shop and what are your preferences, be it the color or the style; the same rules apply. For say, if you have dark complexion (eyes or hair) Maroon or red sweater would suit, whereas same can’t be said if you have sky blue eyes. Everything complements each other, it’s the little things that can make you stand out or unseen.

Suits, Jacket, Blazer, Dress Shirt, Casual shirt


It’s better if you check with a style expert or someone that has a better taste or good color sense or stand in front of a mirror holding the clothes that you might want to wear and BE VERY HONEST! Always remember “you wear the clothes and not the other way round” Try to keep your wardrobe upgraded to the changing style and trends. Most importantly, shop wisely and try to flatter yourself all the time, as they say, you gotta love yourself to make others fall for you!

Stand out from Top to Bottom:

Combing hair is out of the equation these days, people pass remarks either to your face or behind your back. Make a Hairdo and not hair Don't. It’s one of the first thing a person notices, at least don’t let yourself down.

Suit, Tie, Dress shirt, Jacket, Trouser

And good grooming goes for your face and extremities too. If you’re going for that scruffy 5 o’clock shadow look, make sure that it’s trimmed at a uniform length on your face, with scraggly edges high on your cheeks and under your jaw shaved smooth and edged sharp. Those hands and feet are important too. Manicure and Pedicure are something that needs to be done at least once a month. patchy hands or dark feet are something which is accustomed to true style. Something so simple as grungy fingernails can really undermine an otherwise perfect look.

That's about it as far as what style is really about to men and what it should be in real. These are few of the styles that i have noticed or witnessed directly or indirectly and needed to raise an opinion about. Keep yourself surrounded by the right clothes and accessories, keep yourself groomed at all times and automatically things will fall in the right place. Make yourself a celebrity or idol of your own.
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10 Rules of Packing When You Are Travelling

10 Rules of Packing When You Are Travelling

Packing, Traveling


When you’ve spent more than a decade on the road, you get asked some pretty interesting questions. The one query I get most, though, is about packing: what to take, what to leave, where to put it. I’ve taken scads of trips, but every time I get back, I know I could have gone even lighter. Let’s save you some trouble and start with the basics of my lessons learned.

The 10 Rules of Packing

  1. The Golden Rule: Take half of the clothes you were planning to bring and twice the money. I cannot stress how true this is.
  2. Take only what you can fit in a carry on. We’ve all lost luggage before, and it’s a pain. But when it’s 3 degrees in Poland and you’re rocking those horrible sweats you insist on wearing on long flights, hearing “as soon as we find your bag, we’ll send it to you” can really put a damper on your first day. And — no offense to the Polish — but having to buy an entire wardrobe in Warsaw might not be exactly how you want to spend your travel pennies. This also means you’ll have luggage with wheels, which is worth its weight in gold.
  3. If you simply must check luggage, ask them to put a “Fragile” sticker on it, which helps ensure your bags will be put on top of the pile and be first off the plane. Also, yours is not the only black suitcase, so slap a sticker or red ribbon on it — anything that will help you pick it out in the crowd. Think airport security is scary these days? Try making it through customs with someone else’s bag.
  4. Mix and match. Bring three "shirts" and three “bottoms” That’s 9 outfits.
  5. Books are sexy. So are vinyl records. But save yourself the extra pounds and fill your Kindle with every book/country guide you need and stick to your iPod.
  6. Don’t be a diva. If you’re the type who has to travel with your own hair dryer (and won’t use the hotel’s), then I might suggest a weekend in the Smokes over the Alps.
  7. Jackets and Sweaters take up a lot of precious bag space and weigh you down. Unless you’re going to Russia in winter, layers work just as well.
  8. If you can bear it, stay away from jeans. This is huge and I should have moved it up to number 2. They absorb dirt (and odors), are bulky and take days to air dry. Cotton and khaki are the way to go.
  9. If it’s important and can’t fit into your day pack, leave it at home. Stuff gets stolen no matter where you go. As big as a pain as it is, I am constantly carrying my computer, cameras, etc. on my back — and in crowded places, as ridiculous as it looks, in front of me.
  10. Every country I’ve ever visited sells soap. And shampoo. And socks. And t-shirts. I.e. What you forget, you can buy.

One last thing: those plastic gardening shoes that somehow made it into the acceptable mainstream of fashion footwear? Do your country a favor… and don’t. Get yourself a nice pair of Leather Shoes instead.

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