If you are a streetwear enthusiast, you must know that sometimes dressing for the occasion can be tough. Staying true to yourself and your style while meeting your workplace’s dress code guidelines can be hard to balance. Feeling like you don’t belong somewhere because of your outfit is equally bad as losing your identity as soon as you get dressed for work. Most dress code guidelines include a bunch of rules about appropriate male bottoms – from their length and fit to colours and patterns. Fortunately, streetwear and casual style have won the Australian hearts over time, and you can easily incorporate your favourite pair of casual bottoms to suit the mood of various events
Oakley started out by selling motocross hand grips first. It wasn’t until 1984, 9 years after being founded, that the company entered the sunglasses market. Despite releasing ski goggles and motocross goggles in 1980 and 1983 respectively, the year 1984 was the official year when sunglasses manufacturers got a new competitor. And one to keep an eye out for!
Flip flops have been around for decades. They can be seen on the feet of people of all ages and the main reason we all enjoy wearing them is that they are easy to slip on and off. But, are flip flops fashionable? Absolutely. As a matter of fact, they have never gone out of style. Still, their designs have greatly evolved over time – besides wearing them on the beach in hot summer days, today you can see women wearing them on different occasions
Sandals are the first type of footwear man has ever made, but it is also the footwear that flip flops originated from based on findings on murals from Egyptian times dating back as far as 4,000 B.C. But the flip flop we have today mostly resembles the design of those worn by ancient Greeks – with the strap resting between the first and second toes
Whether for working in your backyard, hiking or just going to work in wet weather conditions, having the right type of footwear is a must. Generally speaking, the ideal types of shoes for such conditions are the waterproof types of boots, however, there are also some other important things to look for such as the shoe’s quality, fit, rubber sole and internal lining
I’ll start this post as a rant and I’m sure the women readers would agree with me on the subject: pockets. No matter the type of jeans I wear, I always have to use my husband’s pockets to store my phone, a lipstick, the wallet and keys because I can’t even fit my hands in mine and from what I see it’s not only me who’s been having this problem so pocket size really matters . I know, I know, why don’t I just get a bag instead but I don’t like wearing bags, because in my experience bags were much easier to steal from than pockets. And anyway I like being bagless especially when I travel, less luggage to carry and worry about, more [&hellip