With the new year just days away, now is the best time to spruce up your wardrobe. Most of 2020 was spent in PJs and sweatpants, and we are all hoping (fingers crossed) and the new year will finally be the year that we are all wishing for and deserve after this 12-month long nightmare we endured. No matter what our personal style is, there are a couple of key items that make up the foundation of your wardrobe.
When it comes to planning, launching and running your own business, you are bound to be faced with hurdles along the way, this is inevitable. Here are a couple of danger spots new entrepreneurs tend to fall and get trapped in.
With 2020 coming to an end in a couple of weeks, now is the perfect time to look back at some questionable fashion trends that we should probably leave behind. Let's reflect and look at some of the tacky fashion trends we are saying goodbye to in the next 2 weeks!
It is undeniable that 2020 taught us a lot of valuable lessons. Majority of us have had to make changes to our life as many have lost their corporate jobs due to the pandemic and have been forced to start their own company to survive. Here are five reasons why creating a business plan is the key to your success in 2021!
Watches have become an important part of our outfit, especially when it comes to men’s fashion 2020. Today, a watch is not only for looking at the time, instead, it is worn mainly to make a statement. An aesthetically pleasing analogue watch is considered as ‘jewellery’ for most men.
It is undeniable that 2020 rocked our world (in a bad way) and made us go through a transformation that we never expected. With the pandemic and lockdowns taking up a massive chunk of our year, we have been exposed to a flip side of life.
Denims are a staple in our everyday wardrobe and play an integral role in men’s fashion, therefore, we want our trusty old denim jeans and jackets to last a while. A good pair of jeans is an investment, hence, being aware of some simple tips and tricks on how to care for your beloved denim jeans can help you get the most out of them.
‘Denim’ as a term is derived from the term ‘Serge de Nîmes’, which is the name of a sturdy fabric made in Nîmes, France. Denim jeans and jackets have become staples in both women’s and men’s fashion in 2020, but how much do we know about the fabric that started this fashion phenomenon?