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The Watches I Choose
Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watches are like art. Some guys like certain brands, others like them based on the technology and some others like them because it looks good. Swiss made will always be the benchmark for watch quality. A watch could be a celebration of a moment in your life. A birth, a marriage or something else. I also believe a watch should be purchased for the long term and for use as well. Watches must also fit your personality. That's why you will always see me wearing durable timepieces that fit my sleek, stylish and dynamic attitude. I choose Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph, an automatic watch made of plasma high-tech ceramic that for sure will last forever.
So my advice guys, always buy quality! Save your money.
You'll appreciate it more.

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Spending The Day By The Sea
Total Outfit: Hackett London by Shop And Trade

Total Outfit: Hackett London by Shop And Trade

Great is the sun, and wide he goes
Through empty heaven with repose; 
And in the blue and glowing days
More thick than rain he showers his rays. 

Though closer still the blinds we pull
To keep the shady parlour cool, 
Yet he will find a chink or two
To slip his golden fingers through. 

The dusty attic spider-clad
He, through the keyhole, maketh glad; 
And through the broken edge of tiles
Into the laddered hay-loft smiles. 

Meantime his golden face around
He bares to all the garden ground, 
And sheds a warm and glittering look
Among the ivy's inmost nook. 

Above the hills, along the blue, 
Round the bright air with footing true, 
To please the child, to paint the rose, 
The gardener of the World, he goes. 

Summer Sun

Robert Louis Stevenson

Total Outfit: Hackett London by Shop And Trade

Total Outfit: Hackett London by Shop And Trade

Total Outfit: Hackett London by Shop And Trade

Total Outfit: Hackett London by Shop And Trade

Total Outfit: Hackett London by Shop And Trade

Total Outfit: Hackett London by Shop And Trade

Why I Am Always Wearing A Watch
Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Wearing a watch has a positive effect on my attitude towards time. I am more attentive to how I spend my 24 hours. Beyond the technical and mechanical intricacies of a watch, I am also fascinated by these devices that claim to mark and control time. Having always a very busy
schedule, I really need to wear a watch. Wearing a watch is a great way to add interest to an outfit as well, which makes them essential.


Find a wrist watch that really stands out from the rest! It could be the beginning of a long friendship. Like my relationship with my Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph.

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

The Rado Universe
Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Hello everyone!

Today I’m thrilled to share with you some very exciting news: my latest collaboration is with Rado!

Rado is a globally recognised brand famous for innovative design and its visionary use of revolutionary materials to create some of the world’s most durable watches. This famous Swiss watch brand has always had a pioneering spirit, with the philosophy “if we can imagine it, we can make it” still holding true today.

Using only the finest high-quality materials, Rado focuses on hardness, scratch resistance and durability for its watches. Lightness and wearer comfort are also key features.

Key milestones in Rado’s impressive history include the brand’s first scratch-resistant watch in 1962, its status as one of the first watch companies to use high-tech ceramic in the 1980s and the injected monobloc high-tech ceramic case. Rado is also known for its pioneering use of plasma high-tech ceramic which has a unique metallic shine without using any metal. It’s no surprise that Rado is known as the Master of Materials.

Rado’s unique approach to design has been recognised with numerous prestigious international design awards and the brand collaborates with leading designers from different areas of design on some of its collections. Rado is dedicated to design and works with some of the world’s most important design fairs. The brand also runs its Rado Star Prize competition around the world to support up-and-coming designers, giving them a platform to show their work.

Style and substance are of equal importance at Rado. That’s why I’m so excited by this collaboration.

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

My Diadora Sneakers
T-Shirt: Hard Clo / Jeans: Diesel / Sneakers: Diadora

T-Shirt: Hard Clo / Jeans: Diesel / Sneakers: Diadora

Diadora is an athletic footwear brand that's made major strides since its humble beginnings as a work boot manufacturer, Diadora continues to make waves with its premium and high quality designs. The Italian brand marries athletic performance with lifestyle details for footwear that's versatile and comfortable. Diadora sneakers deliver clean and classic style with lasting construction. Grab a pair of Diadora shoes and experience the impressive feel and sporty good looks.

T-Shirt: Hard Clo / Jeans: Diesel / Sneakers: Diadora

T-Shirt: Hard Clo / Jeans: Diesel / Sneakers: Diadora

Sneakers: Diadora

Sneakers: Diadora

Sneakers: Diadora

Sneakers: Diadora

How Do You Spend Your Summer Days?
Watch: Rado yperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado yperChrome Automatic Chronograph

I really enjoy summertime. I like spending time with friends and family. Living the most! Dressing comfortably and caring the least about my outfits. So a total blue outfit is probably my go to look. But even during summers I do not have a lot of spare time, which means I need to check time constantly. My Rado watch is there to help me. I am choosing the HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph, an automatic watch made of plasma high-tech ceramic. It is very durable and also water resistant which makes it even more ideal during summertime.  And you? How do you spend your summer days and what do you wear?

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Watch: Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph

Yacht Life
Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Are you looking for a casual but classy look to wear this summer? If so, then look no further than the men’s Riviera style. The Riviera style merges sophistication and casualness together into a stylish blend which light and cool for the warmer weather. 

The Riviera Trend

Ever since the first wave of well-to-do holidaymakers started flocking to southern parts of France and Italy in the late ’20s to early ’30s, an understated and elegant style began to emerge that was ideal for the endless boating, promenading and lounging they indulged in. This look is what has since become known as the Riviera trend. There may be a number of staple Riviera pieces already in your wardrobe: blue shirts, chinos, boat shoes, moccasins; but merging these pieces together can create a truly stylish look.

There are a lot of trends that swing about which are hard for people to come on board with. This isn’t one of them. The Riviera trend is really easy to incorporate into your already existing wardrobe as well as being easy to style and even easier to pull off. 

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

How To Get A Bohemian Style
Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci 

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci 

One key look that many men want to achieve is the bohemian style. It’s cool, laid back and comfortable but still has a certain element of stylishness to it. This look is more about your attitude rather than specific wardrobe additions but there’s a few things you can add to your collections to help you nail this effortless style. Let’s jump into it

Get Lighter

This isn’t about dropping a few bounds, it’s about going for lighter colorways. Pale blue jeans, brighter shirts and deeper colored accessories are what make this look far more approachable. You want to stay away from monochrome outfits and having too many browns and dark tones in your outfit. Keep things light and relaxed.

Get Accessories

Usually we would say don’t go overboard on the finishing touches to your outfits but that goes out of the window here. This is where you’ll be adding most of the personality and uniqueness to the style. Go for hats, necklaces, rings, bracelets, bandanas and scarves a pivotal look to the bohemian style. Again, not all at once, but two or three at a time should do the trick. And don’t make them too premium, we’re looking for leather bracelets, rope necklaces with a pendant and anything with an air of individuality about it.

Get Lazier

This doesn’t mean start sitting on your arse for days on end and obstaining from a good shower. It means being a little more lax with the ironing, opt for comfier footwear with the laces undone, let your accessories hang off you in a more care-free fashion and don’t buy everything to fit you perfectly. Obviously don’t do all these things at once or it’s going to be really hard to make it look stylish. Just a couple of these at once and you’ll give off a much more relaxed vibe.

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Why I Love Greek Summer
Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier 

Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier 

There are plenty of blog posts about summer in Greece. Too many to count, but the side that we locals get to see, the secret side is what keeps us coming back for those precious moments with friends near the sea.

Summer in Greece is not only concentrated on the islands of course; which is sometimes the only thing most visitors either get to or care to see. Athens is not a place to be avoided at all costs. The open air concerts, the festivals, the art, the bars, and the hustle and bustle of the beautiful magical Athenian summer night, can’t be described in words; it must be lived!

Here is my list of things that make a Greek summer complete.

  1. Go to the beach early, and stay after sun down — always. (on those rare occasions that you sleep at a beach… wake up at dawn and take refreshing morning swim)
  2. Go with friends, leave with more friends.
  3. Eat at a small tavern, preferably overlooking the sea. Pick the small unassuming places not the ones featured in Conde Nast Traveler (sorry but it’s true).
  4. The secret beaches are usually the best ones.
  5. The secret beaches are the hardest to get to — for that exact same reason.
  6. Leave your fucking mobile phone off and enjoy the sea, dive in, stay in and live in the moment.
Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier

Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier

Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier

Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier

Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier

Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier

Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier

Swimsuit & Shirt: Hackett London / Sunglasses: Tomas Maier

A day in Sandbanks
Leather Jacket: Diesel / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Leather Jacket: Diesel / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

It has been called England’s answer to Malibu. But that’s a bit like calling Hugh Grant England’s answer to Brad Pitt. A nonsense. Nevertheless, it’s not hard to see why the analogy sprang up.

Sandwiched between the seaside towns of Bournemouth and Poole on England’s South coast the Sandbanks peninsula juts like a pointed finger about a mile out to sea. It is so narrow at one section that you can see the waves lapping along the edge of both of its sides from the road.

People pay a high price for the awesome views out across one of the world’s largest natural harbours, taking in the golden dunes of Studland nature reserve on the opposite shore and then out over the English Channel to the Isle of Wight. In fact, it is said to be one of the most expensive places on earth per square metre to buy a home and the property price tags have given it a reputation as a seaside playground for the ultra rich.

There are a few fantasyland lairs, from which Bentleys and Porches glide in and out, but if you come here hoping to spend a few days living the millionaire lifestyle you will be largely disappointed.

Think instead of wide stretches of golden coastline where kids fish for crabs in the rock pools, as Dad finishes off the sandcastle development they started earlier. Both desert their pursuits in a flash when the ice-cream boat arrives. The real Sandbanks is the traditional British seaside resort of yesteryear.

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Leather Jacket: Diesel / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Leather Jacket: Diesel / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

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Leather Jacket: Diesel / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Leather Jacket: Diesel / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Why I Love Summer!
Jacket: Ralph Lauren / Shirt: Vivienne Westwood / Pants: Massimo Dutti / Shoes & Sunglasses: Saint Laurent 

Jacket: Ralph Lauren / Shirt: Vivienne Westwood / Pants: Massimo Dutti / Shoes & Sunglasses: Saint Laurent 

Summer has arrived and I couldn’t be more excited to welcome the season of BBQs, beer gardens and trips to the seaside! I really love summer and below you will find the 10 reasons why summer is my favorite season of the year!

1. Ice Cream. The perfect date? Strolling along the sea front, with great company and a delicious gelato!

2. Late nights. There’s something about getting home from work when it’s still light that gives you bundles of energy! Dinner with friends, strolls in the park, there's so much to do when the evenings are longer.

3. The best foods are in season. Strawberries, cherries, grapes and watermelon, beautifully ripe like they only are in summer. Perfect for a fruit salad on a sunny day.

4. Al-fresco dining. We love a good picnic, and what better way to enjoy the sun than with tasty food outside?

5. The weather! There’s nothing like a sunny day to give you those happy feelings! Trips to the seaside are a must when the sun is shining.

6. Festivals. The season of fun has arrived! There’s a festival to suit everyone, so why not have a look at what’s out there? The smaller, quainter festivals are often the best…

7. Adventures. The warmer weather makes outdoor adventures much more fun! Bike rides, country walks – what are your favourites?

8. Barbeques. As soon as the sun comes out, so does the BBQ! Friends, family, sunshine and food, what could be more perfect? Leaving the winter coat, hat and scarf in the wardrobe and replacing them with sunnies, shorts and flip-flops!

10. Nature. And last but not least, nature! We get to see the flowers, butterflies, and beautifully coloured birds in all their glory.

Jacket: Ralph Lauren / Shirt: Vivienne Westwood / Pants: Massimo Dutti / Shoes & Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Jacket: Ralph Lauren / Shirt: Vivienne Westwood / Pants: Massimo Dutti / Shoes & Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Jacket: Ralph Lauren / Shirt: Vivienne Westwood / Pants: Massimo Dutti / Shoes & Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Jacket: Ralph Lauren / Shirt: Vivienne Westwood / Pants: Massimo Dutti / Shoes & Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

The Linen Suit
Suit: Antony Morato

Suit: Antony Morato

Linen suits in earthy, pale colors are a great idea for summer weddings and other dressed-up, outdoor affairs. They’re cool, comfortable, and gentlemanly. You just need to be careful of one thing: looking like a literal sack of potatoes. Linen is a fabric that will rumple and stretch out the second you call your Uber, so the cut and fit of the suit is everything. I chose mine from Antony Morato and I paired it with a black T-shirt and a pair of camel boats.

Suit: Antony Morato

Suit: Antony Morato

Suit: Antony Morato

Suit: Antony Morato

Suit: Antony Morato

Suit: Antony Morato

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Α Day in Zurich
Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Although it’s routinely placed at the top of lifestyle rankings, Zurich is rarely, if ever, rated as one of Europe’s cultural capitals. There’s a perception that it’s a bankers’ city – a Swiss Square Mile without any West End to escape into. While it is true that high salaries and a strong currency mean Switzerland’s biggest city is expensive for visitors, with some planning, and a focus on culture instead of cuisine, it makes for an enjoyable break, whether or not it is made part of a skiing holiday.

The city boasts cultural big-hitters including the Kunsthaus, one of Europe’s great modern art museums, and Museum Haus Konstruktiv, which showcases “concrete, constructive and conceptual art” in a former electricity substation. Zurich-West, a former industrial district, is a hub for contemporary art, design, food and architecture. The whole city is relatively car-free and bike-friendly.

Fashion is a big thing as well! In every little corner of the city you cans pot stylish and posh people walking silently around. Luxury fashion is huge there and people take risks regarding their style.

I found myself in Zurich and I wanted to explore the city but I needed a cute outfit in order to fit with the crowd. So I chose a Tom Tailor pair of trousers and a very cool and rich khaki color Religion Shirt. I paired them with my new Balenciaga sock boots,

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

Shirt: Religion / Trouser: Tom Tailor / Sneakers: Balenciaga / Sunglasses: Saint Laurent

The Vacation Outfit
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Packing for summer vacation is a more difficult endeavor than it seems at the first glance. It would be much easier to wear nothing but your favorite shorts, a pair of flip flops and a cotton t-shirt, but if you want to travel as an adult man instead as a decayed college student in a drinking adventure, you will need much more than that. Being fashionable is not just a “girls’ thing”, it is something that men should strive for, no matter if they are going to an opera night or a walk in the park. This year’s vacation is the perfect opportunity to finally get a grasp of this fashion thing and gear up with all the right pieces.

Begin with picking up this season ultimate item and it is nothing else than the white jeans! It is the easiest item to style it and very difficult you can go wrong with it. To be safe I chose a classic pair of suede boots and a suede brown tshirt that gave me this extra stylish thing that I wanted to achieve! Do not forget to pack a nice black pair of sunglasses as well that goes with everything!

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The YSL Pair Of Sunglasses
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Hey Guys!

I just wanted to share with you in this post my latest obsession! And it is nothing else than this amazing YSL pair of sunglasses that stole my heart! A special pair of sunglasses that they gonna help you make a fashion statement for sure!

I paired with an easy outfit from ASOS and my classic pair of YSL boots.

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Love For This Maison Martin Margiela Leather Jacket
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You may have noticed that a few leather jackets have been appearing on my blog recently, and lets just say I’m a little bit obsessed with them at the minute. It doesn’t matter what season it is or what the temperature is, you can always throw a leather jacket over the top of any outfit. During early Spring it’s all about layering and a leather jacket is that perfect piece to layer on colder days when we’re not quite ready for t-shirt weather. Of course there’s the added fact that they make you look grungy and badass, but in general they are quite an easy item to style.

So, here’s a casual, weekend-proof outfit featuring my favourite leather jacket.

Any weekend outfit has to consist of a comfy pair of jeans, and you can’t go wrong when you match your leather jacket with some trusty denim. I love them because they’re stretchy enough to be comfy and the rips at the knee add to the grungy vibes. I’m finishing off the casual look with some new black ankle boots from Calvin Klein. 

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The ''Forever & Ever'' Denim Jacket
Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor 

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor 

The denim jacket is a timeless fashion staple. Comfortable, casual, and easy to wear, what’s not to love about this wardrobe essential? So, if you’ve been neglecting yours and leaving it hanging in the back of your closet, think again. The stylish and versatile piece of outerwear deserves to be donned with a range of looks and promises never to let you down. From cool casual outfits to sharp, smart casual styles, this must-have jacket for men can do it all, and we can prove it. Now, all you need to do is prepare to be inspired because we’re about to show you exactly how to wear a denim jacket in style this season

If you don’t yet own a denim jacket, it’s time to invest. While that means deciding upon the colour you want, it also means selecting the fit. Today, denim jackets are available in many shapes and silhouettes, meaning that you have a lot of choices. While loose and oversized designs are excellent for creating a relaxed appearance, fitted and cropped styles look sharper. For a classic cut, opt for a denim jacket that finishes on your hips. It should also feel snug but not too tight when the buttons are done up.

I chose for this summer this Antony Morato denim jacket with the 'Forever & Ever' logo in the back! I paired it with white sneakers, a casual jocker from Tom Tailor and a navy Antony Morato T-shirt. 

 

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor

Jacket: Antony Morato / Shirt: Antony Morato / Pants: Tom Tailor

Dressing with style changes everything
Total outfit: Hackett London

Total outfit: Hackett London

It is actually not surprising that most men have no idea how to dress – it is a classic case of the blind leading the blind. Most guys will copy what their friends are wearing, happy to fit in and not attract any unnecessary attention. Some go one step further, emulating looks on billboards or in men’s lifestyle magazines. Others try to show off with luxury brands. A few give up entirely.

It’s not hard to dress well. It certainly requires far less money than most assume. However, it requires some patience and a willingness to try something new. Just as with any major undertaking, the first step involves a change of mindset.

You have to convince yourself that it’s good to dress well. This is very important. Become comfortable with the idea of permanently changing how you look. Give yourself the permission to reap the rewards.

The choose your clothes but not try hard! The easiest way to look fashionable and stylish is to choose a well tailored chino like the one that I am wearing in the pictures from Hackett London and a classic shirt with perfect fit. 

Total outfit: Hackett London

Total outfit: Hackett London

Total outfit: Hackett London

Total outfit: Hackett London

Total outfit: Hackett London

Total outfit: Hackett London

My Sunday Photodiary
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Sundays are for waking up, hour by hour….
Sundays are for the best types of food.
Sundays are for music.
Sundays are natural.
Sundays are for peace.
Sundays are for newspapers
Sundays are for family.
Sundays are for deep breaths.
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So my lovely readers, if reading this made you realize how much you love Sundays join the club! And if you’re reading this and it seems like a foreign language…I’m sorry to tell you, you’re totally doing Sundays wrong.
Craving Summer
Jacket: Hackett London / Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Jacket: Hackett London / Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Summer is the most carefree time of the year. After a long winter, I find myself craving the warmth of the summer sun and all the activities that come along with it. Here are a few reasons why you may be craving the summer season just like me.

  1. Summer concerts: Whether you love country, rock, pop, or rap, you could not be more excited for your summer music venue to open it's door for summer. These nights become the ones you'll never forget.
  2. County Fairs : Whether you live in a small country town or in a big city, the travel to any local fair over the summer is worth it. 
  3. Driving with the windows down : There's not a better feeling in the world than driving with the windows down during the summer and blaring your favorite music for all to hear.
  4. Beach days : Sometimes you need to take a break from all the chaos that summer brings and just have a relaxing beach day with your friends. Whether you're on a lake or an ocean, nothing beats relaxing at the beach on a hot summer day.
  5. Boating : Boating with family and friends during the summer months is how some of the best summer memories are made. Tubing and water skiing are just added bonuses to the fun of boating.
  6. Hiking with family and friends is an experience all its own but nothing beats the rewarding view you get at the top.
  7. Ice cream dates : You know that summer is right around the corner when your favorite ice cream shop opens for business in early spring. Over the summer you are guaranteed to always see someone you know when you go to get ice cream at your favorite local spot.
  8. Old friends : Overall, the best summer memories are made when you meet up with your old high school friends and catch up like nothing has changed.
Jacket: Hackett London / Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Jacket: Hackett London / Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Jacket: Hackett London / Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Jacket: Hackett London / Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Jacket: Hackett London / Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Jacket: Hackett London / Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato

Shirt: Pepe Jeans / Pants: Antony Morato