Three Fashion Pieces That Will Always Remain
Some things never go out of style, regardless of what time in a day, day in a month, season of the year; it remains unaltered in the status quo. While others enjoy temporary love and patronage, these fashion pieces may seem to have gone extinct, fallen out of place or even out dated, whereas in reality they are where they are. There are only a few of such pieces; just three of them will be visited in this article.
The polo has been in use for quite some time now, regardless of this fervent usage, it has not lost its glory. There is also a huge variety of choice now; many labels have identified this fact thus yearly production. It may not be the most fashion forward choice, yet versatility is the only reason why the polo has been thriving, making strides year after year. Whatever the occasion, this piece can be incorporated into any ensemble; worn with a pair of office pants, chinos or jeans the effect remains unhampered. When it comes to polo its best to be kept simple, though there are diverse ensembles to be pulled off with it, it is best to let the polo have center stage more so when it is bright/bold coloured. As for the fit, where’s the beauty, if it doesn’t fit?
Yea yea, you know that don’t you? As simple as it sounds, finding an accessory that compliments an outfits can pose as a challenge. When you keep your watch in symmetry with your outfit, it can really help bring together your overall look. Ranging from the least leather to the best eye-catching metal band, the effect of a well-fitted wrist watch can be incredible. Just like every other piece in the wardrobe, matching the wrist watch with the cloth becomes mighty effective when we use watches that best suits and represents our sense of style.
We have all heard this before, or probably never. Truth is, whether or not we have heard someone speak about how cool it is to wear socks, it undermines the overall importance. Thinking about this in retrospect, we all have socks, we just can’t drive our feet through all the shoes on our tree, we just don’t want them smelling funny. You know the leg perspires more than every part of the body, it is from this perspiration that socks are designed to absorb and protect sweat from sticking onto the inner parts of the shoe. Despite the fact that we all have this undervalued piece, far too often, we underestimate the value of a good pair of socks and miss out on an easy opportunity to make a style statement. After all, the first thing that is noticed on a person is their shoes. The general rule of thumb is to match the socks with your trousers. Next time you go shopping, be adventurous, go for bold colours, don’t fall for the monochromes, I’m not saying blacks are bad [whites are], it will only pay more to look the other way.