Life is better in jeans……

    Everyone has had a pair of jeans that they absolutely fell in love with. That jeans that fits like a glove but is comfortable and comfy. The jeans you ignore all the other pairs for even though you’ve worn them for weeks on end (I got you right 😉). That’s the one I’m talking about
    A quality pair of jeans like that kind is among the crucial wardrobe must have for every contemporary man out there like you. The right kind of jeans can secure you a million outfits from casual, semi-casual to formal outfits
    For this look I went for a checked light blue Oxford shirt, a brown belt, a pair of blue denim and a brown pair of leather Chelsea boots.

      Of Importance to Note

    The trick in getting the perfect jeans is to be fully aware of your body type. Skinnier men should opt for slim, skinny and straight cuts while chunky guys should instead opt for straight loose or dad fit jeans.

    Let me know below what you think about this look. Catch you in the next one. Kwaheri!


    SUSPEND IT! -How to Pull Off Suspenders with a Bow-Tie

    In a world full of trends I want to remain a classic.


    Hey Y’all, Welcome to my blog.

    Damn! Tying a bow –tie can prove to be an uphill task. It took me a couple of attempts to get the ideal knot. Smh! All in all, my efforts were justified. Don’t I look good? Just take a look at that dude.

    The thing is, bow-ties go together with suspenders just like bread and butter, but skip a few rules and you’ll be guilty of committing a fashion faux-pas.

    For this look I went for a purple stripped dress shirt, a grey pair of trousers, a grey and navy stripped bow-tie, brown oxford shoes and a pair of navy blue trousers.

    Ensure your shirt fits well and is properly tucked to avoid sleeve- bunching. Most importantly don’t wear belts with a pair of braces at the same time for obvious reasons-they both perform the same function. Let me know what you think about this look below.

    Thanks for dropping by, Catch you in the next one. Ciao!
    Photography: mwangi_njuguna