Wednesday, 13 July 2016

An introduction to Men's Lifestyle blog by Plump To Pretty

“Men must understand the need to have style and make an effort to enhance it.” This is often difficult for you college kids that may not have a lot of money or time to worry about it, or quite frankly even care about it. As you evolve into young men, or maybe you’re already there, figure out what type of person you are and express that in your clothing.  Whether you like it or not, your clothing, hair, shoes, etc., are all going to send a message to everyone you encounter. This will not change for the rest of your life. You might as well try to control that message for accuracy.

It’s time we bought back our Menswear style station back to blog. With Yashvardhan leaving the blogging picture with us it became more difficult to put up style posts every week! But we totally agreed to the fact that the guy who has been doing my hair for years now needs to be infront of the lens for his eminent taste in fashion. Trust me he can make trash bag looks good.

“Over the years it has become increasingly more socially acceptable for guys to appreciate and care about this notion of “self-presentation.”  Guys are spending significantly more money on clothes and grooming products now than they ever have in the past. With this cultural change, the unwritten archaic style laws for men’s fashion are being challenged.

Your personal preferences and behaviors can help define your style.  For instance, maybe (like me) you hate tying your shoes.   Incidentally, I have the same rule with underwear. “ I only wear it when I’m at the gym, or running.  I never understood how men stuff their boxers into their jeans like a diaper.  Boy that looks comfortable!”-I’m quoting Sanky here totally!


Personally, when choosing the vest and how it will be worn, the length of the vest was most important to me.Sizing does vary by company, so when choosing your vest you should wear a blazer that you feel is the most fitting of being worn with a vest. Personally, when wearing a vest outside of my blazer I like the fit to be about the same length-wise or just a bit shorter. Obviously, if you plan to wear the vest under you suit jacket or other blazers you will want the fit to be shorter and possibly not as “bubbled” so take away some of the padded look.

Sanky paired my Koovs vest and cut the armholes to my comfort and depth along with these grey denims from Forever 21.Completed the look with shoes from Knotty Derby for Koovs.

Shot by the fabulous Ridge Adrian Photography

We are working on our next posts already.See you super soon and let me know about your feedback about this blogpost.
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