Are you still looking for that perfect Christmas outfit? Most of us still have Christmas parties (or post-Christmas parties) that we have yet to attend to. So, before we all get excited about New Year's, here are some cute Christmas outfits you can choose from. If you want to be all costume-y and go all out for the season then these dresses from www.ericdress.com are perfect for you!
One thing watch aficionados never tire of discussing is their watch collections. For many though, a better topic might be how do you go about starting a watch collection in the first place? After all, there are collections and then there are mere accumulations—how does one assemble a thoughtful, balanced group of watches that “cover the bases” of wear from work and play all the way up to formal dress? Let’s take a look at one way to get started and how to assemble a fun, stylish watch collection—and one that will leave you something interesting to wear when your old, reliable Rolex is out for rolex repair or service.
The All-Purpose Watch
These days, many get by with one good watch. Big watches are in and you see many well-dressed men and women wearing watches with suits that would once have been considered laughably large. Still, there is no denying that in the opinion of many traditionalists, a smaller watch is better for business wear under a shirt cuff than a large sport watch. Therefore, we recommend the first watch be an all-purpose number. Make it one that can be worn at work under a shirt cuff, but can still take a beating at the gym if need be. The all-time greatest example may be the classic Rolex Datejust. The older 36mm cased models were perfect for this job: well-sized for business wear, but with an honest 100-meter water resistance thanks to the sturdy Oyster case.
We all know how busy and crazy the holiday season is with all the shopping and food involved. Of course, no holiday is complete without the parties! Don't know what to wear? Fret not! Here are 3 looks that make use of one staple top styled in different ways.
I call this the minimalist no-nonsense elegant style.