Your clothes should always be an outward expression of your personality, after all, it is what people will first judge you on.
What do your clothes say about you? Do you follow trends, or set them? Do you come across as flamboyant, or average? Confident, or shy? These are all very important questions to ask yourself when creating your own style.
You’ll often see someone wearing ‘what’s in fashion’, and you can’t help but think t...
Many focus on choosing the perfect outfit for a special occasion, but let themselves down on finding the perfect shoes and accessories to match. It doesn’t matter how great the outfit is – if the shoes and accessories don’t match, the whole look of the outfit is ruined.
When deciding on accessories, one must consider various different things. The colour of your outfit, will determine what colour shoes you can wear.
As a Hairdresser, a good, or bad head of hair is one of the first things I notice about someone – it is a statement within itself.
Gone are the days where a buzz cut will suffice. The modern man – thankfully, takes much more pride in how their locks are presented. Barbering has made a huge comeback within the last five years, and men are surprisingly embracing an experience that women have relished in for decades.
I recently attended Derby Day, an annual horse racing event in Australia. It is a day to get dressed up – put on your very best.
As I walked around, I noticed my mind racing, critiquing outfits of passers by. I realised I was placing both, men and woman into three different categories: exceptionally dressed, average, and utterly woeful.
I started to think ‘what differentiates the three categories?’.
I am pleased to say, that men have come a long way when it comes to taking pride in their appearance.
However, some are still revelling in that ‘macho’ grandiosity of yesteryear – where having clean shoes meant you were somehow un-cool, wearing a tailored suit meant you had too much money, and of coarse the ultimate cardinal sin; wearing pink, which somehow eludes to the notion that you must be feminine (as if that's a bad thin...