Would you wear a pea coat on your trip to the Bahamas? What about shorts while climbing up Mount Everest? It’s pretty obvious that you won’t. But there are more things to consider than just the location; especially when the geographical location is neutral. There are places like Los Angeles and Rome that have a special Mediterranean type setting. One day it’s blazing hot. So hot you can’t stand being outside for more than 10 minutes. Then the next day it’s colder.
Have you ever walked into a friend’s apartment and felt it was empty; but the right kind of empty? There wasn’t many furniture but it made the room feel spacious. You know, like those IKEA living space models. They look completely awesome and functional. You just want to take everything in that model and throw it in your home.
Before I say anything I want to say that the following 5 rules of staying fit have worked for me. Although I’m no fitness expert I have been in a constant grind of staying in shape most of my life. From my teen years to the now late 20’s I find myself in. These rules I’m about to share are nothing new. It just means that if they keep getting repeated then, with more reason, they work.
It’s no secret that belts have a great impact on your outfit. Think of it as the frame to a painting or the phone case to your smartphone. Sure it can work without it, but when has the Mona Lisa ever been displayed publicly without a frame? Wearing the right belt can resonate your outfit more brilliantly and it simply makes you look complete.
It’s Monday morning and you just woke up. Work starts in 20 minutes and it takes you 15 just to get there. You had a long night and you’re probably even hung over. So what do you do? If by now I’ve perfectly described your Monday morning, the likely answer is that you put on whatever you can grab; maybe even recycle last night’s change.