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Monthly Archives: November 2018

s Mens Fashion Trends

In the 1960s, fashion really kicked off with the introduction to many new and diverse trends. You can easy determine trends from the early, middle and end of the decade. Traditional, conforming man’s attire was lost due to social changes. Throughout the 60s, the focal point in fashion was the uprising of bright colors and tones. The changes in the fashion of this time were more so than any other time previous. This renaissance in fashion was influenced heavily by Italian designers and by the Modernist, Hippie and Edwardian styles of dress.

The British & the Modernist Movement

At the forefront of style in the 60s were the British. The modernist movement came about at the beginning of the era, allowing young men to push boundaries and make way for the many new trends that would follow. It was all about moving away from the ‘lack of style’ in the 50s and experimenting with psychedelic prints and gregarious patterns. No man wanted to be seen in dull and pale shades. No! It was time to add color and plenty of it, the brighter and more flamboyant the better. It wasn’t uncommon to see frills and cravats on a man’s shirt. Even neckties enjoyed their rebirth, from the skinny tie at the beginning of the 60s to the very wide ties in the Hippie age, all adorned with unusual prints, stripes and patterns.

The Mods versus the Rockers

If you lived the 60s, you were probably a Mod at one stage, and if you weren’t, you were a Rocker. The two were notorious rivals. The Rockers were heavily into 50s rock-and roll, big bikes like the Harley Davidson, leather jackets and ‘Elvis’ greased back hairstyles. The Mods were classier, listening to British bands such as The Beatles. They preferred Vespers over Harleys and took their trends from respectable French and Italian clothes designers. Most commonly, tailored suits with slim shirts, pants and skinny ties slimmed down to just an inch. The Modernists also brought us the anorak, an item of clothing regarded as their trademark.

The Edwardian Movement

A bit further down the line, specifically the year of 1966, men embraced the Edwardian movement. Double-breasted suits in velvet were worn by men following icons such as Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones. These suits were accompanied with brocade waistcoats, shirts with frilled collars and longer hair as opposed to the previous shorter styles. All variations of colors, stripes and patterns were evident in this so-called ‘dandified’ look. The Nehru jacket also came about in this time and was popular with both men and women.

Hippies and an Even More Flamboyant Fashion

Towards the end of the decade, fashion became even crazier, people were not afraid to customize their clothing. Hippies were born and men became more in touch with their feminine side with long hair, polka dot neckties, paisley patterned shirts and florescent colors. Skinny became wide; for example, bell-bottomed trousers and ties returning to the 5″ width. Nearly every item of clothing was tie-dyed or produced with floral prints, pop art and paisley patterns. Neckwear was commonly sold with the shirt together and designers continued to play with bold colors.

How The Sa 8000 And Other Standards Are Shaking Up The Fashion Industry

Environmental, social and ethical pressures on the global textiles and fashion sector emerged in Europe in the early 1980s. The main driver was consumer concern over the safety of the materials. However, in parallel with this trend, a minority group of ethical consumers demanded chemical-free and low environmental impact clothing and fashion goods. This resulted in the European and later the U.S. organic labeling system being extended to include criteria for clothing and textiles, such as organic cotton. As of 2007, the sector was the fastest growing part of the global cotton industry with growth of more than 50% a year. Regarding safety standards, the Oeko-Tex standard has become highly popular in the industry. Although unknown to consumers, it tests for chemicals such as flame retardants in clothes and categorizes goods according to their likely exposure to humans (e.g. baby clothes must adhere to the strictest standards for chemicals). Thus the issue of chemicals in clothing has become largely one of liability risk control for the industry with the consumers obviously expecting products to pose no risk to their health. Organic and eco fashion and textiles attracts a far smaller, but fast growing group of consumers, largely in Western Europe and Coastal U.S.

Of far greater concern to the global fashion sector is the issue of worker welfare. The issue was highlighted by pressure groups such as
Global Exchange in the U.S. targeting Levis and Nike and others.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s anecdotal evidence began emerging from labor activists in the U.S. and Europe concerning the supply chains and overseas factories of leading U.S. and European multinationals. A key target was the world’s leading maker of denim jeans Levi Strauss, but more significantly Nike, the world’s largest sports shoe marketing firm. Global Exchange launched its Nike Anti Sweatshop campaign, focusing on the firms sourcing in China and Indonesia.

A good deal of negotiations and stakeholder meetings led to a generally accepted code of practice for labor management in developing countries acceptable to most parties involved. The SA 8000 emerged as the leading industry driven voluntary standard on worker welfare issues. SA 8000 supporters now include the GAP, TNT and others and SAI reports that as of 2008, almost 1 million workers in 1,700 facilities have achieved SA 8000 certification. The Fair Trade movement has also had a significant impact on the fashion business. The standard combines a number of ethical issues of potential concern to consumers environmental factors, fair treatment of developing country suppliers and worker welfare. The Fair Trade label has show explosive growth.

Albeit on a very small scale and not always at the top end of the fashion industry, many niche brands have emerged which promote themselves primarily on sustainability grounds. People Tree in the UK states that it creates Fair Trade and organic clothing and accessories by forming lasting partnerships with Fair Trade, organic producers in developing countries. Leading fashion journal Marie Claire ranked its top 10 eco brands in a recent issue. The key issues remain chemicals in clothing (certified by organic and Fair Trade labels), worker treatment (certified by SA 8000 and Fair Trade) and increasingly mainstream environmental issues such as climate change. The worlds largest fashion brand Louis Vuitton recently acquired a small eco fashion label. It is clear, however, from the example of Nike and Levis, that certain issues are here to stay, such as a demand by Western consumers that leading brands manage the issue of worker welfare in their supply chain properly.

Sean John Combs Fashion

Hip-hop fashion is a distinctive style of dress originating with African-American youth in The 5 Boroughs (New York City), and later influenced by the hip-hop scenes of Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, East Bay (San Francisco Bay Area), Detroit, and The Dirty South among others. But hip-hop fashion wouldnt be the fashion known today without the helping hand of a man called The Shiny Suit Man.

The rise of hip-pop in the late-1990s, primarily the work of Sean “Diddy” Combs, known locally around New York at that time as the “Shiny Suit Man” brought elements such as loud, flashy PVC aviator inspired suits and platinum jewelry to the forefront of hip hop in an effort to add a new vivid dimension of color and flash to the videos produced as a marketing tool.

Combs, who started his own sean john clothing line, and clothing manufacturers such as Karl Kani and FUBU brought hip hop fashion to the mainstream, resulting in a multi-million dollar hip hop fashion industry. But who is Sean John Combs? And what was his contribution to the ever growing hip-hop fashion?

Sean John Combs

Sean John Combs, also known by his stage names such as Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, and now known as Diddy, is an American rapper, record producer, actor, dancer, entrepreneur, and mens fashion designer. His popularity in the industry brought him three Grammy Awards and two MTV Video Music Awards.

Combs was also the founder of the every growing recording company, Bad Boy Records that produced famous hip-hop artists and personalities including The Notorious B.I.G, Craig Mack, Dream, Carl Thomas, Faith Evans, Father MC, 112 and Total. As well as producing for Jodeci, Mary J. Blige, Usher, Lil’ Kim, TLC, Mariah Carey, Boyz II Men, SWV, Aretha Franklin, and others, and forming The Hitmen, an in-house production team.

In 1997, Combs recorded his first commercial vocal as a rapper under the name “Puff Daddy.” His debut single, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” spent six weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. His debut album, No Way Out was a #1 album and won the 1998 Grammy Award for best rap album.

In 2002, he was featured on Fortune magazine’s “40 Richest People Under 40” list and was placed number one in the list of the top ten richest people in hip-hop.

Business Ventures and Sean John

His business interests under the umbrella of Bad Boy Entertainment Worldwide include Bad Boy Records, the clothing lines sean john and Sean by Sean Combs, a movie production company, and two restaurants.

In 1998, Combs started a clothing line, sean john. It was nominated for the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Award for Menswear Designer of the Year in 2000, and another in 2004. Sean John is a clothing founded by hip-hop mogul Sean John Combs in which the name was taken from Combs’ first and middle given names.

Part of what made sean john clothing popular in the streets of the urban community is the people that represents the brand. These people includes rappers such as T.I., Fabolous, The Game, Daddy Yankee, basketball stars including Dwayne Wade and Tristan Sooklal, plus models Tyson Beckford and Kevin Navayne, and Combs himself.

“I always had the idea that I would start my own apparel line, but I wanted to make sure the timing was right and that I had the time to devote to it,” said Combs in an interview. Since its launch, Sean John has recieved critical and commercial success. Through the support of both the fashion community and retailers, sean john has quickly grown from an urban label to an international brand.

Sean John has often appeared at the award ceremony for the Council of Fashion Designers of America held annually in New York. For five consecutive years since 2000, Sean John has been nominated for its excellence in design. In 2004, Sean John was awarded the CFDA Men’s Designer of the Year award.

In November 2008, Combs launched his latest men’s perfume under the Sean John brand called “I Am King.” On November 24th, 2008, he unveiled a new Times Square billboard for the “I Am King,” line to replace his iconic Sean John ad. The giant billboard is currently the largest print ad in Times Square.

In addition to his clothing line, Combs owns an upscale restaurant chain called Justin’s, named after his son. The current restaurant is in Atlanta; the original New York location was closed in September 2007. Combs is also the designer of the green Dallas Mavericks alternate jersey.

Controversies Within the Sean John

The clothing line became controversial in 2003 when it was discovered that factories producing the clothing in Honduras were violating Honduran labor law. Among the accusations put forth were that workers were subjected to body searches and paid sweatshop wages. Charles Kernaghan of the National Labor Committee, who first exposed the factory, is quoted in the New York Times as saying, “Sean Puff Daddy obviously has a lot of clout, he can literally do a lot overnight to help these workers.”

In late 2006, MSNBC reported, “Macy’s has pulled from its shelves and its Web site two styles of sean john hooded jackets, originally advertised as featuring faux fur, after an investigation by the nation’s largest animal protection organization concluded that the garments were actually made from an animal called a “raccoon dog”.

Combs said he had been unaware of the material, but as soon as he knew about it, he had his clothing line stop using the material. In 2008 he appeared in a Macy’s commercial.

Tracking The Changing Fashion Trends With The Current Consumer Consciousness

Fashion is a reflection of persons changing attitude and values. A personal style statement can become fashion when it is seen and adopted by others. The style should be appealing to be imitated by other public. On the other hand trend is referred to the particular set of product preferences within a consumer group. People generally follow fashion trends due to lack of confidence, interest, hesitation or lack of time to try out something new.

Features of Fashion
Fashion is not based on price
Fashion is changing everyday
Particular style becomes fashion when it is accepted by majority
Sales promotions doesnt have a direct impact in popularizing any sort of fashion
All fashions ends in excess

Based on these features a number of theories have been formulated explaining how fashion is adopted in a social environment. Some of the theories are

  1. Trickle Down theory or Downward-flow theory
  2. Trickle Up theory or Upward Flow theory
  3. Trickle Across theory or Horizontal Flow theory

Understanding the changing Consumer Fashion Trends

Most fashion designers observed that customers mostly grave for unique colors and style. Choosing a particular theme has also become important. Through unique color combination they try to express their creativity and individuality. But in this economic unstable situation they are now looking for more comforting colors. Innovative textures, pattern, prints and draping style are also preferred by the customer.

To flatten the skin tone and to lift the spirit they look for vibrant colors. Color adds depth and spark to the individual personality. Now customers have become more conscious about their look. They now visit shopping malls on regular interval or check visit different fashion website to check out the new arrivals. They look for quality product at the lowest price. If something attracts their attention and satisfies their need they dont hesitate to spend some extra money.

Designers have also responded to the changing preferences of the customers by creating eye-catching unique dressing materials. After studying the consumer behavior thoroughly they also predict the fashion forecasting that exposes the fashion for the future. Based on this they design their new collection to delight the customers.

Out of curiosity, what is the fashion element this year

In my former articles, I mentioned some fashion elements this year, such as stripes and lace. And today I will introduce another chic for you. In this season, the bold colors prevailed in 70s show a recovery trend, many famous designers seem to favor the chemical collision results from the match of different bright colors. We can see this trend through the fashion shows of many brands.

In the 2011 spring/summer series, Jill Sander integrated minimalist into clothing by applying blocking of pure shades and contrast colors. Pants with ultra high waist, matched with baggy man’s trench coat, enriched the general idea. Moschino’s little jacket and 9-length pants in classical design, matched with the wild cowboy hat flawlessly. The striking visual compact from the collocation of pure red and blue purple is due to not only the fashion and fabric, but also suitable length ratio of jacket and trousers. Emilio Puccini nevertheless continues the Greek style. Under the contrast with the coral suit jacket, the light gem-blue vest is especially conspicuous.

As being a brand that constantly keeps updating according to consumers’ specifications, it is no doubt that you will find the latest trend on Karen Millen.

The left one is a graphic silk print gown with elasticated belt and Karen Millen buckle. The graphic design is very unique and eye catching, suitable for some grand occasions. Whilst the right one particular is really a signature stretch satin dress with contrasting hues and twisted front panel detail.

Nevertheless, dressing fashion elements on does not necessarily mean that you’re a fashion icon; collocation is the crucial element. Here is some advice for you to select a dress with contrast hues

  1. Complexion is the key factor for you to decide. The white can dress all sorts of shiny and bold color; mild colors could be the wise alternative for the yellow.
  2. In certain situation, for instance, parties, seashores, just dress the shiny colors on; it is the right location to impress others.
  3. No more than three kinds of colors.
  4. The colors of shoes, bags and other accessories should be chosen in accordance with all the daring color of the dresses.

Notable Quotations On Fashion From The Experts

Style: it’s what everyone wants, and a decent amount of lucky people actually have. But who is the best teacher for understanding the delicate balance of fashion and style? An expert, of course. Instead of taking it from your best friend or a magazine article, why not pay attention to what some of the experts have to say about style? After all, those experts can talk the talk and walk the walk and they more than anyone else understand what it’s like to have everyone looking at you.

At the epicenter of a movement of clever artists, models, and filmmakers, Andy Warhol understood what it meant to create fashion and style. Never one to go underquoted, his words of wisdom continue to enhance the lives of aspiring fashionistas. One memorable quotation: “I love Los Angeles. I love Hollywood. They’re beautiful. Everybody’s plastic, but I love plastic. I want to be plastic.”

One of fashion’s heavyweights, Christian Dior is always creating a collection that has jaws dropping regardless the year or season. Famous quote: “Zest is the secret of all beauty. There is no beauty that is attractive without zest.”

Part model, part musician, part actress, Grace Jones was one of the seminal figures of the 1970s downtown New York scene. Her influence in the modeling world is still felt, and she was one of the few performers who did a truly decadent job of dressing herself: “Models are there to look like mannequins, not like real people. Art and illusion are supposed to be fantasy.”

You can’t really talk about fashion without talking about Madonna. Though she might be all grown up now, her 1980s attire launched a thousand teenage girls to run around the mall and copy her style. On making it: “I think the ultimate challenge is to have some kind of style and grace, even though you haven’t got money, or standing in society, or formal education. I had a very middle, lower-middle class sort of upbringing, but I identify with people who’ve had, at some point in their lives to struggle to survive. It adds another color to your character.”

Even though he’s currently rocking more grey hairs than ever before, incredible fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier is still called the enfant terrible of the fashion world. His rebellious attitude to fashion definitely has produced some gems over the years: “It’s always the badly dressed people who are the most interesting.”

Fashion designer Jeremy Scott is known for his hilarious and fabulous fashion shows in Paris. Since relocating to Los Angeles, he’s managed to grab the attention of major States-side celebrities. Famous quote: “I’ve never met someone that I thought, oh my god what the — is she doing with my clothes? It’s always cute kids and that’s the most flattering. It’s people I would like to know or would like to talk to, people who have similar interests too. That’s the whole thing about fashion: it’s not only about the clothes but also about the people.”

A man who knows what it’s like to turn a name into a brand, Ralph Lauren set the bar for accessible yet proper fashion and what it means to create a lifestyle instead of just a garment. Famous quote: “I’d like to believe that the women who wear my clothes are not dressing for other people, that they’re wearing what they like and what suits them. It’s not a status thing.

Renato Watches With A Special Flair For Fashion

Combining smart design, true reliability, and the kind of inimitable style that draws compliments and attention like a diamond in the rough, Renatos line of charismatic timepieces for men and women offer a high premium in both utility and fashion.

Renato Men’s Wilde-Beast Gen II Gunmetal Swiss Quartz Chronograph Bracelet Watch

A unique and stylish wrist accessory, the Wilde-Beast Gen II assumes you already command the feral confidence of a wild animal! This limited-edition model comes cased in gunmetal stainless steel with black carbon fiber detailing over a unidirectional rotating bezel. The casing is backed by stainless steel and features an octagonal stainless push and pull crown.

The dial, in handsome blue stainless steel with yellow accents, displays white index markers at all minute positions for enhanced readability. Arabic numerals in yellow and silver-tone appear at the 12:00 and 8:00 positions. Renatos designers have gone out of their way to make your timepieces facility in time-measurement razor-sharp, offering subdials for seconds, deci-seconds, minute, day and date, all powered by a Swiss Ronda 5040 Quarts movement.

Renato Mens Limited Edition Swiss Quartz Bracelet Watch

Available in a black, blue or purple dial, a Renatos bracelet watch adds an elegant finish to almost any ensemble. The stainless steel casing flips over to reveal a number indicating the limited availability of this very special timepiece. On the screw-down crown, an eye-catching diamond accent exhibits a subtle hint of class.

The dial, constructed from handsome textured mother-of-pearl by Claus de Paris, is damage-protected by a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Around the perimeter, luminous silver-tone index markers enable supreme legibility with an attractive Arabic numeral flourish at the 8:00 marker. Incandescent hour, minute and chronograph hands are powered by a Swiss Ronda 7003N quartz internal movement.

Attach the silver-tone stainless steel bracelet clasp in one smooth motion by activating the push-button dual deployment clasp. A classic, alluring compliment to your natural poise.

Renato Mens Beast Diamond Swiss Quartz Black IP Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch

This exceptionally striking time-measurement system comes cased in a round black exterior constructed from surgical grade 316L stainless steel materials. Set off by a black bezel that has been buffed to a high-sheen, the Black IP is an unmissable addition to your accessory collection.

The round textured dial is available in your choice of color: black, green, classic white, or eye-catching yellow. Polished, highly legible, silver-tone index markers highlight all hour positions except 8:00 and 12:00, where stylish Arabic numerals offer a dynamic sense of composition. Glowing hour, minute and second hands are powered by the Swiss Ronda 1069 Quartz movement, maintaining absolute chronometric accuracy up to a tenth of a second. There are only so many hours in a day and your time is valuable, so let a Renata timepiece keep you from wasting a single precious moment.

Renato Mens Beast Diamond Swiss Quartz Gold-Tone Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch

This heritage showpiece from Renata is a powerful answer to the question on everybodys lips: what time is it? Housed in a striking gold-tone surgical grade 316L stainless steel constructed casing, the Beast features a polished gold-tone bezela striking contrast to the brushed case. An easily employable push-and-pull crown completes the look.

The striking and effortlessly legible blue dial is topped by a damage-resistant sapphire crystal. Observe polished gold-tone index markers at every hourly position with the calculated exceptions of 8:00 and 12:00. Here, elegant Arabic numerals display the hour. Rest assured that the powerful motion behind the hour, minute and second hands, lit up for easy viewing, even in the dark, is motored by a uniquely calibrated Swiss Ronda 1069 Quartz movementan industry standard offered by Renato to ensure a premium in unflagging chronometric accuracy and durability.

The band, in a beautiful surgical grade stainless steel gold tone, snaps easily on and off due to a push button dual deployment clasp, invisibly integrated into the linking pattern for an endless effect.

Renato Mens T-Rex Diver Limited Edition Swiss Valjoux Bracelet Watch

A breathtaking and bold innovation, this offering from Renato boasts the power of a top-of-the-line Swiss Valjoux Automatic movement behind every tick. Available only in a Limited Edition run of production from Renato, the T-Rex Diver represents a unique opportunity to enhance your collection or the collection of a loved one with true flair and an eye for quality.

The black surgical grade stainless steel outer component features an exhibition backwitness the exquisite interiors of your timepiece and enjoy its added value as a fascinating conversation piece in any setting. A striking blue dial is abetted by a blue unidirectional rotating divers bezel. On the screw-down crown, a function dashboard is accented by a pave diamonda subtle yet attractive touch for those who cant help but take a closer look.

A Renato timepiece is a perfect compliment for men and women, whatever their style. Elegant design, careful craftsmanship, and unfailingly chic, Renato doesnt just keep the time – it makes it fly!

Jewelers And Fashion Designers Can Take Advantage Of Wholesale Beading Supplies

When talking about beads the first name that strikes in mind is rhinestones, the imitated diamonds that dance in light. But there are more beads than one can every thought. For instance we have fire polished beads that come in various shapes, sizes and colors. Also there are table cut beads, large hole beads, peacock beads and bead mixes. The choice galore when it comes to beads and their varieties. These shining round balls have found their place in fashion and jewelry industry and for this reason jewelers and fashion designers always look for wholesale beading supplies depot from where they can buy quality beads at fair price.

Out of all the beads, rhinestones are the first choice of everyone. Since original rhinestones are hardly available today, people have found their substitute in factory cut rhinestones. Swarovski crystals are the most popular factory made rhinestones that are available on wholesale beading supplies for your use. Other rhinestones you can buy on wholesale price are Preciosa crystals and Asian crystals. In addition to rhinestones, we have seed beads & charlottes, sew-on stones, glass pearls, Preciosa pearls, jewelry pendants and much more. Everything is available at pocket friendly price. Just visit us online to see the offerings.

Rhinestones and other beads are primarily used in making pendants, necklace, ear rings, finger rings, nose pins, bracelets and other fashion jewelry. These jewelry pieces cost less and for this reason they are the first choice of women of all ages. You can buy a rhinestone necklace, use it for a few years and then exchange it for a new necklace. Looking at the huge demand for fashion jewelry, the jewelers are busy making ornaments with beads. For this they need beads in bulk which are available at wholesale beading supplies. With these moderately priced beads, jewelers can further lower their manufacturing costs and give a stiff competition to their counterparts.

Beads are a decorating item hence can be used to make fancy clothing. There are people who like their dresses to have beads instead of buttons. Beads can also be used as cufflinks and collar buttons. You can even make a design with beads on the pockets, back or on front of your dress. The craze for beads among teenagers and youngsters inspires fashion designers to look for innovative ways to use beads on clothes. Fashion designers can buy beads of different shapes and sizes from wholesale beading supplies.

Make A Moderate Fashion Statement With Ugg Bailey Button Boots

How to make a unique style statement? This becomes one of the most significant issues focused by most modern females. They always desire to be noticed and remembered among those dazzling appearances. To bring some sparkles to their looks, they hunt for flattering dresses, ornate clutches, exquisite belts and also branded shoes sometimes. Till now, more and more females do begin to wake up to the importance of a trendy pair on their feet. Believe it or not, your shoes can be fabulous complements to your outfit.

Due to the higher aspirations for luxury embraced by girls in today’ s era, most of them opt for designer footwear while shopping. They try to keep pace with the latest fashion sense or some fantastic trends set by distinguished celebrities on a red-carpet occasion. But let’ s face it: people who can afford high-end luxury are only in the minority. Some fashion followers spare no expenses to spice up their looks with the newest editions from worldwide famous brands. But there are also some people who keep calm and apply their own ideas to their style impressions. Surely, the latter make better fashion statements most of time. After all, a sensitive and moderate fashion statement is a real pleasure.

The long-awaited perfect shoes are finally brought out by UGG-a fabulous trendsetter in the present fashion footwear market. As people who are initially conscious about the expectation from fashion followers and trend from the fashion industry, designers always realize people’ s dreams and bring them to reality. This also makes sense on the group of artists for Australian sheepskin boots. Years ago, they released several collections of sheepskin boots and won applauding. Those shoes seem rather simple. But once you look them twice, you will discover some elegant and sophisticated sense on them. Ideal comfort and warmth were brought to people. Till now, the heat on these shoes has never declined.

This year, some sweet styles become top sellers in most stores. Bailey button is exactly one of them. The understated motif held by sheepskin footwear designers has not been secret at present. On bailey button boots, it is fully revealed. Classy merino wool is applied inside, with which a sheer paradise is created even in freezing climate. An oversized button is tied on the side, connecting two separate shafts and looking rather delicate. Among six colors, sand is especially loved. The snow-white sheepskin becomes looming on the edge. Nobody can deny these pairs seem extremely modish & comfortable. Without twinkling embellishments, the moderate fashion statement made by bailey button sheepskin boots becomes more appealing and impressive.

To be stylish is a must. But making sure your style statement will last is not easy. Anytime, do not overdo elegance. Comparing with a classy or extremely luxurious impression, a mild look seems better. This is realized and achieved by Australian sheepskin boots designers. Once you want to add some flare to your feet, consider bailey button boots.

Five Fashion Faux Pas When It Comes To Wearing Trainers

Trainers and sneakers have come a long way from the gym – today you’ll find them on fashion runways and catwalks as urban wear is well truly the latest craze in the fashion world. Brands such as Puma, Nike and Onitsuka Tiger sneakers are becoming all the rage – and they sport the hefty designer price tags to match. Many top of the line lables are lending a hand in stylising and creating – not a sneaker, but really a pair of footwear art. While sneaker traditions are certainly being cast aside, there are still a number of steadfast fashion no-no’s when it comes to trainer wear.

Don’t be caught making one of these classic fashion faux pas

White Sneakers with Black Jeans – made famous by Jerry Seinfeld, but still cringe worthy unless you want to be labelled a geek. However, there are some new takes on this traditional fashion-don’t, with celebrities like Justin Timberlake hitting the red carpet in white sneakers and a black suit for the MTV Video Music Awards. However, unless you liken your fashion conscience to those of Timberlake – it’s probably best to steer clear.

Ditch the Visible Sock, especially dark ones – we all should know white socks with dress shoes and dark trousers are a bad idea, but the opposite is also true. If you’re sporting light coloured sneaks, stay away from the long black tube socks. Instead, opt for low cut socks that stop just at your ankle, especially if you’ll be wearing them with shorts.

Hybrid Recall – the cars may be all the rage, but you’re not fooling anyone with a hybrid sneaker. Trainers that pose as dress shoes, with leather tops and sporty soles, are just trying to be something they’re not. They don’t make a good impression at work and certainly won’t fit in at the gym, so the best place for them is the back of your closet!

Wrong Way to Walk to Work – women have been doing it for years, but much to our dismay, men are picking up the trend of wearing their gym trainers with their work clothes for the daily commute. Guys, if you really can’t take the hard leather soles on your delicate feet, stick to a pair of stylish Merrell shoes or similar street shoes with your suits, not $400 cross trainers with fluorescent orange racing stripes. (See next point)

A Fine Line – continuing from the point above, there is a fine line between trainers for the street and trainers for training. Sport sneakers belong in the gym or on the court so use your running shoes, cross trainers and tennis shoes for the purposes that they were designed for and limit your daily wear to Converse sneakers or casual street shoes.