Small Things Make a Big Difference

Subtle things really make a big difference in the fashion game, for both men and women.  Women have bags, heels, clutches, hair bands, all sorts of jewelry, nail polish and many other aspects and discrete areas to wear fashionable accessories, that are small in size, but make a considerable difference.  As men, we do not have the luxury that women do when it comes to accessorizing, so we need to be sure to take advantage of what we can when we can.  Here is a list of small/subtle fashion step ups, that are small in size, but can make a huge difference to your fashion game:

1. Pocket Squares: I’ve been preaching pocket squares since day one.  Wear them!  Have many to choose from!  Your pocket square does not need to match your tie.  In fact, I advise you to avoid matching your tie by all means.  Find a great color coordinate and roll with it.  A pocket square’s job is to simply compliment your shirt and tie!photo

2. Tie Bars: Tie bars are not a must.  I wear them about 25% of the time when I’m going HAM.  They can be a simple and effective boost to your man swag,cdd542525b9afaffe8fa8630380c4d76

3. Watches: Watches compliment literally every outfit.  From a T-shirt to a tuxedo, wear a watch!999afad3e26bf7a9868e510511e7e793

4. Cuff Links: If you are wearing a French cuffed shirt, you’d better be wearing some sick cuffs to go along with it.  Cloth and metal cuffs can really go a long way for a man.f0977e517c40661e897f1dd84434f2b2

5. Colored Shoe Laces: Such a simple move for any man to make, the changing of the shoe laces will let people with and without a fashion sense, realize that you do have one.  7412f7254edeeae76a18c6f617592764

6. Color Pins: They’re back, just look at Gatsby.enhanced-buzz-28671-1368211266-17


5 thoughts on “Small Things Make a Big Difference

  1. Hi mate,Firstly a great app even the free one with the limitations I licluky knew from the start before downloading it. I would very much like to upgrade to the pro version but as commented before would be great if the paid version could be updated with the free version easily instead of starting all over.Upload to a personal blog would be awesome and possibly having the ability to store usernames and passwords under the Iphone settings option. I find I still have to re-enter my facemess and twitter account details everytime as it does not remember it.Download to a pdf or something would be great to print. I am already thinking ahead to do a small 365 photo book once I get through the year )Again thanks for a great app and once the feature is there to sync the free app with the paid app I am in!ThanksDirk

  2. Hey guys, thanks for cnnmeotimg. I appreciate all the feedback. I have been having issues providing support by email so I’m hoping this website will help. I’m planning on implementing an easy way to migrate photos.For now, the SDK only allows apps to have access of their own documents, so it will have to be some kind of web based import/export process. Unfortunately,my background is embedded systems programming and I’m having to learn web programming on the fly. But I’m fully confident I will get it done. If you know of any resources I can use please post them up and I will check it out.

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