miércoles, 11 de abril de 2012

Suits::::::


HII EVERYONE!!! TODAY HERE ARE SOMETHINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE SUITS  THIS WILL HELP YOU WHEN YOU  GO TO SHOPPING AND DEFINITELY TO LOOK BETTER , I FIND IT IN http://www.gq.com/ AND I WAN IT SHARE IT WITH YOU SO I HOPE YOU LIKE IT AND THAT HELP YOU AND IF YOU HAVE SOME QUESTIONS OR  COMMENTS YOU CAN LEAVE IT HERE OR MORE DIRECT IN FACEBOOK AND I WILL ANSWER YOU AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, THANX 







A. Take It from the Top

A good suit should hug your shoulders, not slouch off them. Most guys think they're a size larger than they are—say, a 42 regular instead of a 40. When buying a suit, go ahead and try sizing down. When you pull on the jacket, there should be a firmness to it. You should snap to attention and stand taller. If it doesn't fit right in the shoulders, don't buy it.
B. Lose the Flab
Think about the width of the sleeves. This is an obsession of ours at GQ. For pretty much every photo shoot, we have a tailor slim down the sleeves, trimming them of excess fabric. It cuts a mean figure.
C. Show Some Cuff
Your suit sleeves should end just above the hinges of your wrists, so a quarter to half inch of shirt cuff shows. It's like the frame on a painting—the elegant finishing touch.
D. Taper, Taper, Taper
Your jacket should contour to your body. Have a tailor nip it at the sides. This will accentuate your shoulders—whether you've got strong ones or not.
E.::: Well its actually the F in the photo :::Break It Down
We like flat-front pants, cut slim, with very little break at the ankle. This produces a long, clean look. Your pants should just clip the tops of your shoes, not bunch up over them.



F. Start with the Lapels
Nothing does more to dictate a suit's character than the lapel. We like a slim one, about two inches at its widest point. It's modern without being rock-star skinny.
G. Go for Two
We swear by a two-button suit jacket. Sure, a three-button that's cut well can do the job, but a two-button is much more consistently reliable, no matter your shape or size. We typically opt for ones with low-button stances, because they create a long, slimming torso. They're foolproof.
H. Ticket, Please
Ticket pocket? Sure. If you're into more of a British-dandy vibe, go for it.
I. Cause a Flap
We like a traditional flap pocket. There's something a bit too '90s about those slit pockets.


J. Feel Free to Vent
Finally, don't ignore the back of the jacket. It plays an integral role in a suit's character. Generally, we prefer a center vent; it's unobtrusive and keeps the lines of the suit clean and simple. Side vents, like these here, make more of a statement. They're a bit more...rakish.



NOW AN EXAMPLE, ITS VERY INTERESTING SEE HOW THE PERSON TOTALLY CHANGES, EVEN HIS EXPRESSION, POSTURE AND  OF COURSE THE EMOTIONAL   SENSE


 

Before
• An overly roomy suit—even a pricey one like this—makes you look sloppy.
• Avoid long suit jackets. They actually make your legs look shorter.
• Excess fabric, especially below the knee, adds pounds.


After
 Wear a pocket square. It brings the focus to your chest, not your belly.
• A lower button stance creates long lines, essentially stretching you out.
• Show some cuff to lengthen the look of your arms.
• A pant leg with very little break will help you look taller.
• Big man, solid shoe. Choose shoes that have a substantial sole. You need something to anchor your weight.

THIS IS ACTUALLY VERY ILLUSTRATIVE OF HOW THE RIGHT CLOTHES CAN HELP YOU TO LOOK BETTER AND ITS THE BEST AND THE WISEST MONEY YOU'LL EVER SPEND.
I HOPE YOU LIKE IT AND IF YOU HAVE SOME COMMENT YOU CAN LEAVE IT HERE OR IN FACEBOOK. BYE


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Thomas Pink


Trajes Pink


Como complemento de las camisas de la marca, Thomas Pink presenta su nueva colección de trajes, tres creaciones de pantalón y saco clásico, que se ajustan al pecho de manera elegante, dando una apariencia aerodinámica.

El “Kenwood” negro SlimFit, el gris “Hampton” y el “Chette” de color azul marino a rayas, están elaborados con lana 100 por ciento extra fina y con costuras que permiten la doble ventilación de las prendas, además de detalles de sastrería realizados a mano para reforzar mangas y cierres.

El sello creativo de la marca se puede ver en las costuras de color rosa delos puños del traje, el toque británico en el ojal de la solapa para colocar una flor, a través de las costuras hechas a mano, y el terciopelo del cuello.

La línea Chette, cuenta también con un chaleco que se ajusta con una tira trasera, garantizando el ajuste perfecto en la parte superior. Los pantalones del traje tienen los dobladillos sin terminar, ya que el servicio de Thomas Pink incluye los ajustes que el cliente necesite, sin costo alguno.

Raf Simons a Dior


Raf Simons


El diseñador Raf Simons sustituirá a John Galliano en la dirección creativa de Dior

Marta Hurtado de Mendoza y Marina Valera09/04/2012

Cathy Horyn, la periodista de moda del New York Times, ya ha confirmado uno de los mayores rumores de los últimos meses, Raf Simons será nombrado nuevo director creativo de Christian Dior este próximo miércoles.

 Lo primero que veremos hecho por él será la colección de Alta Costura de otoño-invierno 2012-13 en julio. 

Todos los que pedían la vuelta de John Galliano tras su expulsión no han visto sus deseos cumplidos y será finalmente el diseñador belga el que tome el mando de la firma y el relevo del trabajo de transición que ha desarrollado Bill Gaytten hasta ahora.