Fashion Tips: From the Guys Who Make It Happen
How to Wear a Tie: A Fashion Guide for Men
Ties are one of the most important accessories in any man's wardrobe. They can make or break your outfit, and they can make you look like a million bucks (or less). I'm going to give you some tips on how to wear a tie and also list some great ties that you should be wearing. First up: the right way to tie a tie. The knot that will get you through any occasion is the four-in-hand knot. It's simple, it's easy, it requires no special tools or devices, and it looks incredibly elegant. It is perfect for work or formal events, so learn how to do it right! I have included an illustration below from The Art of Manliness website so that you can follow along with me as I demonstrate this handy skill!
There are typically two knots that will keep your tie from falling off over time: the slipknot and the half-Windsor knot. The former is tied at each end instead of just at one end like traditional ties; this makes for a much more secure knot which won't come undone easily when worn with other items in your wardrobe such as jackets etc.. With all other ties however, try using only one loop when tying them unless otherwise specified by someone who knows what they're doing...you want them tight enough not too fall off but loose enough not too be uncomfortable. The expanding fashion industry for ties has created a plethora of different styles, colors and materials to choose from. But beware: you might find yourself spending way too much money on even more ties than you already have! Start with one or two and then expand your collection as need dictates. The right tie can make all the difference in an outfit; it's worth investing some time and money into it!
Fashion Tips: Style for Your Skin
I'm going to share some fashion tips with you that will help your skin look great. I know not everyone is lucky enough to have flawless skin, but there are things we can do to help us out a little bit. Let's start with foundation...foundation can be tricky because what works for one person may not work well for another...for example, if you're very pale (like me!) then using a yellow based foundation will probably not work well for you because it'll just make your skin look paler. Try using a color reflecting foundation instead; they tend to match better than the others do and they don't cost that much either! Second tip: concealer is an excellent tool when trying to hide imperfections such as blemishes or dark circles under the eyes...but only use concealers in areas where those flaws actually exist, otherwise it looks weird. Third tip: powder is good to use to set your makeup and keep it from smearing; but if you're going to wear it, make sure it's translucent instead of tinted...otherwise you'll look like a clown! Last tip: setting spray...dab some on your face before you head out for the day and all day long your makeup will stay in place.
Fashion Tips: How To Look Great In Photos
You've heard it a thousand times, "A picture is worth a thousand words." Well I'm going to add one more word to that phrase: "Photographs". When we used film cameras, there was no need for this because pictures were developed after being taken. The technological advancements that have come about in the last decade have given us digital cameras and instant printouts. But there are still some people who get freaked out when they get their pictures back from the photo booth or camera store..they don't know how good they look or even worse they think they look bad! So I'm here today with some fashion tips about how to make yourself look great in photos. First tip: Try not to tense up when taking a snapshot; smile naturally and try not too pose stiffly because then you'll end up looking fake.
I hope you've enjoyed this piece on fashion and that it has inspired you to go out and look great! As always, I'm interested in hearing your feedback. Please leave comments below or send me an email at the address listed above the header. Thank you for reading!