Music moves us, and soothes us. It stimulates. It makes us want to dance or sing. It makes us feel happy or sad, inspired or uplifted. It affects our mood in all kinds of infinite ways. It can be exquisitely subtle or wildly raucous: from a lullaby, to a war cry for revolution.
That’s why I wanted to share with you guys the following playlist I’m completely taken by all these tracks they allow me to get me through the week.
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I love the comparison between dressing well and speaking a foreign language. Because the great thing about having a great sense of style is this: It’s not something you need to be born with. It’s a skill like any other, that can be learned like any other. All it takes is a little practice.
Getting out of your comfort zone and defining your own personal style and building your wardrobe around it can be hard task especially If you are a fashion newbie. How are you supposed to know whether you prefer bright colours or neutrals or feel best in the right Jacket??? Here’s how: You try it out.
Not all of us are models or a celebrity, and that's okay. You don't need that to have style. To have style, you need to know how to tell when clothes fit you, and what kind of clothes and styles you can use to flatter your body type regardless if you are boy or girl.
One of the key essentials every guy should have in their closet it's the right leather jacket that's why I chose for my personal wardrobe @coach their menswear spring collection it's so beautiful and fits right with anyone style.[gallery size="full" columns="1" ids="1792,1785,1789"]
The number one thing you can do to improve your sense of style and train your eye is this: look at how other people are doing it! What types of pieces are they wearing, what colours do they mix, what shoes do they pair with their outfits, how do they accessorise and so on, my favorite thing to do is people watching it allows me to stay on top of what’s trending and I learned a lot over the past few years on what’s the right thing to wear.
Hope my quick two cents in the matter of having the right style help some of you in anyway to sorta out what's right for you the idea behind my upcoming content and re-branding my blog it's to help each one of you to growth with me and stay on point with our style game.
The Jacket you can get it from @coach latest menswear spring collection.
Photographed by @teddypala
much love to each one of you and thanks for the support. xo
On saturday afternoon because of a job I had to shoot in San Diego decided on my way back to make the most of my day and document what I can of my short day trip.Lately my life it’s been a bit to crazy with my recent move to Los Angeles, CA not an easy task for such spread out City but I can’t really complain the amount of support been getting from a lot of you it’s tremendous and I’m very thankful for it. My first stop was to stare and appreciate the sunrise as I enter Los Angeles can’t help it but to think about the following quote:
Dean’s California–wild, sweaty, important, the land of lonely and exiled and eccentric lovers come to forgather like birds, and the land where everybody somehow looked like broken-down, handsome, decadent movie actors. – Jack Kerouac, On the Road
The more I think about that quote by Jack Kerouac, brings me to the million dollar question ‘How do I stay true to my Style? Well not all of us are models or a celebrity, and that's okay. You don't need that to have style. To have style, you need to know how to tell when clothes fit you, and what kind of clothes and styles you can use to flatter your body type regardless if you are boy or girl that right there it’s my motto and why I always choose to wear what makes happy.
The number one thing you can do to improve your sense of style and train your eye is this: look at how other people are doing it! What types of pieces are they wearing, what colours do they mix, what shoes do they pair with their outfits, how do they accessorise and so on.
As you can see I chose to wear something that will allow me to stay stylish at the same time still feel comfortable it was long day for me already driving all the from San Diego to make it to Los Angeles for a day full of activities.
Can’t get enough of my Retro Lifestyle Sneakers by Brooke Heritage they’re casual, lifestyle footwear line that celebrates the history, heritage and spirit of the run. This style is from the Imperial collection which is inspired by the opulence of historical monarchies with a regal aesthetic The Regent (name of the shoe) feature a suede and velvet upper and metallic detailing for a touch of elegance.
They’re indeed my ultimate favorite shoes at the moment. A lot of you know how passionate I am about finding the right shoes the will make me look and feel like million bucks and this pair make me felt beyond amazing throughout my entire day trip.
Because the great thing about having a great sense of style is this: It’s not something you need to be born with. It’s a skill like any other, that can be learned like any other. All it takes is a little practice.
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You know me can’t get through my day without a good coffee especially if you’re driving through Venice Beach.
On that note always remember to smile freely and I appreciate the gifts that life offers to us and doesn’t matter how busy you might be do and wear what makes you happy.
Because I know some of you already tweeted me and message on instagram in regards of where to get the shoes you can do so at Brooks Heritage and don’t forget to give them some love on social media too @BrooksHeritage xoxo
Thanks for your support always - DB
Lately i been going through ups and down and i can hear people telling me: “You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.
So i often have a daydream that suddenly the meaning of life is been already discovered by someone who went through some difficult situation in their lives, a book is made or an interview by a major television network is done. Soon, word gets around.
Did you hear? someone asks me, they discovered the meaning of life. Perhaps it’s my mother telling me long-distance on the phone.
"Yes,“ I say, a little sorry I didn’t discover it myself. Already, as I lean back in my chair and drop my pen on my desk, I imagine for those of us farther away, the news comes as a relief, as if our greatest concern was not what the meaning of life was, but whether there was one at all. "So what is it?” I ask, rearranging the ideas piling on my mind, Who hasn’t thought about the meaning of life? I used to have a great little book about it; in a handful of short chapters, the author argued that there wasn’t “a” meaning of life. Instead, he said, the challenge was to live a meaningful life. A friend borrowed it and I soon lost touch with him, though last I heard he was drinking again. I always meant to replace the book, but never did. When I was traveling in south of Europe, I concluded that the meaning of life is to search for it, because it’s that search that leads you into situations and places that allow you to question your life and find meaning in it. more than the fact that there’s an explanation for this loneliness, these spells of boredom and frustration at the world. That’s usually as far as I take the daydream.