You’re going away from the ‘madding crowd’ of deadlines and more things to do than time available. You’re going to relax, and connect with friends and family.
Packing for a holiday needs a bit of planning to avoid arriving unprepared or without an item when you arrive at your destination. Do your laundry a few days before you need to pack to ensure that the items you want to take with, are clean and ready to go. Have a single colour to form your base and only add in two or three items to form a contrast. This will make for easy packing and stylish outfits. The one-week travelling case:
- 2 to 3 pairs of shorts
- 1 pair of jeans
- 1 plain tailored shirt
- 1 printed coloured shirt
- 3 plain T-Shirts
- 1 graphic T-Shirt
- 1 polo shirt
- 1 hoodie
- 2 swimming shorts (if going to the beach)
- 1 pair of loafers
- 1 pair of good sneakers
- 1 pair of casual shoes
- 1 belt
- Boxers for each day
This classic travelling wardrobe will cater for the lazy days, the evenings out, the odd mishap which holiday’s bring like spilt coffee, and if the weather should turn a bit chilly; at all times allowing you to look your best.
Yours in promise
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“Buy what you don’t have yet, or what you really want, which can be mixed with what you already own. Buy only because something excites you, not just for the simple act of shopping.” – ― Karl Lagerfeld
Clothing must be comfortable; complement your body shape and make you feel good. Whilst clothing is a necessity, it is also an extension of your identity.
When shopping for a new clothing item, always consider your existing wardrobe and how this new item will enable you to mix and match creating new looks with what you already own. Do not buy for the sake of buying. Buy because you enjoy the shirt, the pants, the jeans, the t-shirt and how it makes you feel.
Wearing clothes which fit well and boost your mood, is guaranteed to help you perform your best at work and to relax more socially. Your confidence will be higher. Dr. Baumgartner, in her book “ “You Are What You Wear: What Your Clothes Reveal About You” writes that “when you dress in a certain way, it helps shift your internal self”.
You are worthy of feeling good in what you are wearing; take pride in how you assemble each outfit each day. Walk tall in clothes which are well cared for and which make you feel good. It has been proven that dressing in this way improves your productivity and ability to relate to others. If you just throw any old thing on and don’t care how it sits or it is creased; it impacts how you feel about yourself, on how you work, and how you interact with colleagues and friends.
Classical colours and clothes that have demonstrated over time to work because they suit different occasions and body shapes, are a must in your cupboard. Have a staple of classics and add those one or two items which excite you, to make them trendier and lift your spirits.
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The T-Shirt is a wardrobe staple that can be dressed up or down; it can add to an outfit or tone an outfit down.
A plain white or charcoal or black or navy T-Shirt can be worn on its own with jeans for a casual look or it can be worn under a jacket to create a smart casual look with either jeans or chinos.
it is the graphic T-Shirt displaying artwork that lifts up a pair of jeans or chinos paired with or without a jacket to create an effortless style for an evening out with friends or for that afternoon social event.
It is a statement making T-Shirt which embraces you, your preferences and your identity. Your graphic T-Shirt can range from an iconic brand or music band or a voice regarding our environment or other. It can also be an Art Print T-Shirt where the graphic is an artwork.
A simple graphic T-Shirt, where the colour of the T-Shirt is offset by a single coloured artwork, is a wardrobe addition every man should have. It gives your basic wardrobe mix that quintessential look.
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