Summer has nearly arrived. There are pool parties, backyard barbecues, and beer gardens aplenty to look forward to. It’s time to move all of your chunky sweaters to the back of the closet in favor of a perfect summer wardrobe.
Here’s some advice on how to look good under the warm sun:
There is a popular saying: “Clothes make the man.” We have no argument with this. What we do take exception to is that a lot of men focus solely on the clothes they wear on the outside. We’re all for the man who takes pride in his appearance and who has the self-respect to demand the best. In fact, we’ll go even further to say that we’re proud of such men. More men should feel they deserve the best—and that extends to what they wear underneath their clothes as well.
Ditch the cheap, candy-hued frames and get seriously shady with these medically proven pointers.
Few Arizonans doubt the importance of lathering up but when it comes to sunglasses, many draw a blank. “A lot of people don’t realize that just like you protect your skin from the sun by wearing sunscreen, wearing sunglasses prevents degenerative changes as well,” says Jetal Patel, OD, an optometrist at Southwestern Eye Center. But a lifetime of unshaded sun exposure can lead to more than crow’s feet and unsightly skin lesions. Long-term effects include cataracts and...
There are countless occasions throughout a man’s life when he is contemplates whether willingly or not, to wear a suit. While the Mad Men days of wearing a suit to the office every morning are quickly becoming a relic of the past in many industries, important occasions still require you to don your suit and look good wearing it. You’re in luck, as we’ve compiled some of the easiest ways for you to go from style automaton to rock star in a suit. Look no further for your guide to nailing the details and getting creative with your suit.
Phoenix-based fashion designer whose collection was shown at Phoenix Fashion Week in October explores the changing roles and expectations women have set and the ones they set for themselves.
One-woman show Natasha Duran, designer of Phoenix-based brand Hues of Ego, used art and her roles as a wife, mother and designer to create the brand name, Hues of Ego. Duran says there are many expectations of her within each of her titles in different settings. Duran says she designs for the multi-faceted woman. “There are many different hats you wear,” Duran...