There are very few things that look better than comfort feels. With the oversized coat trend continuing and temperatures dropping, thick and cozy sounds like the perfect outerwear fix. Permission to leave the house in your favorite robe and still look refined and polished? Now it’s possible.Read More
Easy to layer over various outfits, bomber jackets are the perfect wardrobe fallback going into spring. And did we mention they’re super comfy too?Read More
Most men don’t realise it, but wearing green clothes isn’t just for St Patricks day. In fact, wearing green is actually a great way to give your outfit some extra stylish detail. However, as green isn’t a primary colour, people tend to avoid buying clothes in it, afraid that it will appear too loud or out of place.
Admittedly, if you wear green incorrectly, then it can be a huge fashion faux pas. But, this shouldn’t be a reason to never wear it all. With a little be of knowledge and effort you will be able to style green clothes in a subtle and stylish way.
indisputably timeless, colour combinations really don’t come more refined than camel and olive green. Pairing these two versatile hues results in a contrast that’s striking but still totally wearable, working across everything from casual getups to all-tailored looks.
For a more laid-back take, try throwing a camel coat, jumper or long-sleeved T-shirt on underneath. Alternatively, take the look full-length by trying on a pair of camel chinos and subbing in a olive green tee to tie it all together.
Summer 2016 marks the New York City debut of Pinknic, the city’s first giant picnic and music festival dedicated exclusively to rosé wine. Over the course of two days, guests are invited to eat, drink, and enjoy entertainment spread across the sprawling grounds of Governors Island--rosé wine in hand, naturally.
Created by the founders of La Nuit en Rosé, Pinknic will run Saturday July 9 through July 10. The hours of the event are 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on both days.
In a setting suited for summer’s favorite beverage, the two-day event is an unparalleled opportunity to delight in still and sparkling rosé selections from Château d’Esclans, Moët & Chandon, and Chandon. But rosé isn’t the only thing taking center stage. Throughout the weekend, there will be a robust selection of live entertainment, with DJ sets and performances by Claptone, Miami Horror, Tube & Berger, Slow Hands, Tortured Soul and more.
From the glass to the grounds, Governors Island will be bathed in pink. Each day, two thousand rosé-hued designer blankets will provide ample seating for guests, each of whom are invited to adhere to the weekend’s dress code of pink and white. For those who do not wish to bring their own food, gourmet Pinknic Baskets crafted by celebrity Chef Chris Santos.
On Saturday, June 4, 2016, the ninth annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic returns to the scenic Liberty State Park. Join Veuve Clicquot for an exciting afternoon of polo viewing and picnicking while enjoying a glass of champagne.
Polo-goers and champagne sippers alike can purchase one of four ticketing options which includes access to Veuve Clicquot champagne bars, delicious food offerings from the city’s most popular food trucks, lawn games and prime seating to cheer from the sidelines during a thrilling polo exhibition match.
Capes were garments used during the winter time in medieval Europe. They were favored due to the simplicity and ease with which the garment could be worn, not to mention the warmth and cold resistance they provided. Originally, capes were meant to cover the torso, although with time, they became longer and wider, held up with a broche or a safety pin on the shoulders or neck. Now days, capes have had great influence in the fashion industry, and for some time, were viewed as women's apparel, when in reality, they were originally made to fit the male form. Regardless, capes are here to stay! Only time will tell... A Cape or Poncho is an article of clothing that can dress up the simplest of outfits, or serve as an accessory to any look! So what are you waiting for? be bold, be daring! Get yours today!!!
Las capas eran las prendas de abrigo más empleadas en las temporadas invernales en la Europa medieval, seguramente por la facilidad y simpleza de su confección, además de ser altamente aislantes contra el frío. En principio servían para cubrir el torso, aunque con el tiempo fueron alargándose y ampliándose. Se sujetaba mediante un alfiler o broche fijándose sobre los hombros o el cuello En la actualidad podemos ver la gran influencia en las tendencias y casas de modas en los últimos anos que por un buen tiempo lo veían como piezas relegadas al publico femenino pero realmente la Capa y el poncho, nacieron como prendas básicas masculinas y al parecer llegaron para quedarse, solo el tiempo nos dirá, realmente es una prenda que aporta mucho por que puedes salir sencillo y colocarte esta prenda y ya cambias totalmente, precisamente volvió a la moda por su comodidad y la facilidad de confección, que esperas para usarla arriésgate!