Adapting a Summer Blazer to a Winter Look

There are a lot of lightweight fabric choices out there when it comes to buying for the summer months.  But now that winter is fast approaching, how can those looks be transitioned?

We should start off by saying that you will need to buy some clothes for the winter.  This guide relies heavily on a good coat and solid shoes. You’ve gotta keep warm!  I’d say your classic lightweight wool and cotton jackets will transition best into cooler months.

There’s really not a lot of ways to extend the life of a linen blazer or a flex wool blend, except with a scarf and skinny black pants. That being said, that is still an excellent look.  My office likes to really crank up the heat in the winter, so I often wear a big, tailored overcoat outside and take it off immediately when I get to my desk.  My light blue blazers save me in that sudden heat!  I hate sweating and this is my best way around it sometimes.

I also often wear a thin sweater underneath for a really layered effect.  I can mute my lighter colors with dark sweaters, dark ties, and a white collared shirt.

For your lighter weight wool and cotton jackets, the weight of the fabric makes them even more versatile than the linen and flex layerable ones!  My favorite unexpected winter look is my khaki blazer, brown cords, boots, and a white shirt.


Just remember to wear a scarf or hat with the coat because any of these options won’t keep you as warm as your winter wool suits do.  Just think about going for a look like this, albeit without sunglasses and with a coat.

A change of shoes and an overcoat and you’re ready for winter!

How to Properly Clean Your Dress Shirts

In order to look as good as these gents do, you have to know how to clean your shirts.  As the foundation for every outfit you wear, it’s vital that they maintain their original color and fit as long as possible. How do you do that?  With proper maintenance.

You especially don’t have to have your shirt washed after every wear.  If you sweat a lot, maybe.  But if you’re not wearing it for very long or you don’t sweat, wear it until it begins to show (yellowing, collar stains, and other obvious signs of wear)

There is a very straightforward process to laundering your shirts:

1. Take your shirt to the cleaners.  I only recommend this when you can’t get the stains out yourself.  Dry cleaning will make the fabric wear faster and a wash/press can be done easily and cheaply at home.

2. Preparation: unbutton all of the buttons and check for stains.  Treat stains with a removal pen and spray the inside of the collar to remove any sweat marks.

3. Wash the shirt on a delicate cycle with a detergent that won’t destroy the fabric (Woolite is a good choice).

4. Hang the shirt to dry on the wooden hangers you typically store them on.

5. Iron the shirt once it’s dry and put it in you closet to store.


It’s just that easy!

Now here’s an expert tip: If the stain is red wine, pour white wine over it to dilute the red color and then sprinkle salt.

100 skills that every Asian man should required, compare them to american’s?

1 be familiar ride bicycles, electric vehicles, motorcycles
2 repair bicycle
3 riding two bicycles at the same time(lead)
4 use the bicycle is equipped with several people or a large number of items
5 to understand traffic signals and obey
6 to understand map, bus and subway signs
7, Rob base, seat
8 during the spring get train tickets
9 driving a manual transmission, automatic transmission car
10, replacing a flat tire
11 bingxuelu road, dirt road, sand on the road with or without drive
12 car maintenance and car breakdown
13 trailer
14 to benefit from the trunk of a car, cars, car roof as delivery of many goods
15 will make car insurance, vehicle taxes, tolls and crossing the bridge tolls, parking fees, check the Internet illegal information and pay the fines.


Household chores


16 skilled use chopsticks correctly
17 will buy food, zecai, vegetable fresh-keeping
18 cooking
19-cured pickles, making pickles
20 killing chickens, fish, chop meat
21 packets of dumplings, buns, dumplings, dumplings
22 and the surface and roll the noodles, noodles, pancakes
23 to burn all kinds of soups and porridge
24 use the pressure cooker, cooking pot, steamer, stockpot, casserole kitchen
25 fire-fighting
26 bargain
27 can lift heavy objects
28, gardening, making bonsai
29 cats, dogs, fish, birds and other pets
30 read meters, water meters, gas meters
31, would replace the fuse and bulbs
32 connecting the wires, telephone line, cable TV, cable
33 repair House switches and Sockets
34-for Windows
35 shidianbi, multimeter
36 using a screwdriver, pliers, wrenches, saws, drills, impact drills
37 painted walls, painted furniture
38 firewood fire, stove, connecting chimney
39 repair water hoses, to find another faucet
40 mix concrete, repairing walls and floors
41 knows how to remove clothing stains
42 ironing, folding shirts
43 will organize seasonal clothing and insect damage mildew treatment
44, polishing shoes and know how different ways to tie a tie
45 will be comforted, amused woman
46 knows a woman’s sensitive area and can make a woman reach orgasm
47, change diapers, breast-feeding and children

What is gentleman?

There are 5 essential elements to act as gentleman style: Courtesy, respect, dignity, decency and chivalry.
Explanation: the so-called manners refers to the idea of harmony between people and behavior, is a manifestation of respect and friendly manners to others. Respect is revere, premium, influential, decency, self-esteem. Dignity refers to human identity, status, recognition, is the right of every human being equal, should be respected. Manners said was a ritual and ceremony. Or planed, various ways to show respect. Chivalry, referring to men’s manners and politeness.
Normally when people talking about gentleman style, they always refer to appearance. However, what really matters is the way one act, not just the clothes on him.