jueves, 7 de febrero de 2019

Combinations for Clothes "Colour"

When it comes to selecting colour combinations for clothes, the colour wheel can be useful. By allowing you to identify complementary and similar colours, the colour wheel can act as a rough guide on what hues go well together. Complementary colours, which are opposite on the wheel offer a balanced contrast. However, they can be intense, which is why split complementary colours are often used in their place. Analogous colours are next to one another on the wheel, meaning they have similar tones and blend well together. Triadic colours are three evenly spaced hues. They work in harmony but can be quite bold. While the wheel can provide a useful guide, you shouldn’t rely on it solely. Nailing the perfect combinations will come with experience and knowledge about shades and style.

lunes, 4 de febrero de 2019

New ideas for you girls!

We are in February and I know that still we have a cold days BTW, we should start to think about what would you need for this spring 2019 and I want a share with you this really nice outfit in which you can see the stripes and white colors in good balance with shiny colors in accesories.
Most of our best disigners and brands will use the stripes in many clothes but we should take care with the direcction of these: verticals and horizontals create different siluets.

martes, 15 de mayo de 2018

Still wearing Jackets!

The start of spring means storing away your heavy coats, chunky scarves, and combat boots. Chinos, T-shirts, shirts, and jersey will become your go-to pieces in a few weeks, but with the cold weather still present, a lightweight jacket is essential or warmer. With the official start of spring quickly approaching, it's time to start thinking about ways to transition your wardrobe.

Since it's still not quite warm enough to justify tees and short pants, we're breaking down five key jacket styles that work for in-between weather. Below, you'll find 3 spring jacket trends to wear —all of which are just as cool as they are practical. 

Also, Know that the weather is going to change soon, so you have still the opportunity to wear " jackets", Sandro Lafounte wants to give you this outfit to wear during the day. The typical outfit with French air: chinos, stripe jersey, white trainers and if the weather changes these jackets:

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Slim-Fit Suede Jacket


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Slim-Fit Nylon-Twill Bomber Jacket


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Denim Jacket


lunes, 23 de abril de 2018

13 Mistakes that Guys normally have when wearing Suits

One of the most stylish fashion statements a guy can make is a suit. Sure, we love the scruffy flannel-and-jeans look. But when it’s time to look sharp, smart and put-together, there is nothing like a suit.
When it’s done right, that is. Too many men are failing to wear their suits to perfection (or anywhere in the neighborhood of perfection). The pants are too long, the jacket sleeves are too short, the lapels are too wide, the buttons too tight... we could go on and on.
So we will. Below, we’ve helpfully highlighted the 15 more egregious mistakes guys are making with their suits. Men, print this out, laminate it and study it. Then pledge never to commit these errors ever again.
1. Letting a white undershirt poke though above the dress shirt at the neck. This is sloppy-looking, giving off a whiff of a frat boy. It’s also simply unnecessary: Go buy yourself some v-neck undershirts (or better yet, wear none — they’re by no means required) and save the crewnecks for days when you wear a tie.
2. Not getting your jacket sleeves hemmed or tailored. Most men assume that once their pants are hemmed, they’re done. But jacket sleeves are just as important, if not more so, to have tailored. Too-long sleeves look careless, and too-short sleeves look dorky. Make sure the jacket ends 1/2 inch above your shirt sleeve. In addition, take care to tailor the jacket width around the bicep and the torso. Most guys’ suit jackets are way too roomy, making them look heavier or simply sloppier.
3. Choosing jackets that are too long. A good way to test the length? Let the jacket hem fall where your fingertips end naturally. It’s as easy as that.
4. Forgetting to remove the brand label from the jacket sleeve. We’re shaking our heads. 
5. Forgetting to cut open the thread on the back vent and the pockets. Again, smh. 
6. Choosing lapels that are too big. If they’re big enough for Rush Limbaugh, they’re too big. 3 inches is probably a safe upper limit.
7. Wearing pants with pleats. You’re not the dad from “Leave It To Beaver” (or this guy)and this isn’t 1955. Flat-front pants are the way to go so you don’t look 10 pounds heavier.
8. Wearing pants that are too long. Mind the break — the break, that is, in the fabric that occurs when the bottom of your pants skim the tops of your shoes, creating a horizontal crease (a “break”) in the fabric. Pants with no break mean they’re so short they fall right above the shoe and flash some sock. This is trendy, but perhaps too risky for many guys. Most men should aim for a medium break — not too rumpled or baggy, but not too short around the ankles.
9. Wearing pants with cuffs. Not only are they untrendy at the moment, cuffs visually shorten the leg, a death sentence for the petite dudes out there. For everyone else, cuffs also tend to flop around more. And no woman likes a guy whose pants flop around the ankles.
10. Choosing shirts that are too big. There will be some gym rats with bulging muscles whose shirts are too tight. But generally, men have the problem of buying them too big. When it comes to the collar, follow the one-finger rule (if you can fit more than one finger between the collar and your neck, it’s too big). For the torso, just purchase a slim-cut shirt, for the love of God. If it’s billowing out or bunching at the sides when you tuck it in, it’s simply too big. 
11. Thinking pinstripes are the only acceptable suit print — and actually wearing them.Suits come in more print options than just pinstripes, from glen plaid to windowpane check. Adventure out into subtle prints, always neutrals on neutrals... but leave the bold pinstripes to Gordon Gekko and Derek Jeter.
12. Wearing black. Yes, wearing black. You may have gotten a spiffy black suit for your Bar Mitzvah, and you may have seen your father rock a black suit to the office. But black should generally be reserved for funerals and weddings — for daytime wear, stick with a classic navy or charcoal gray suit, paired with shoes in brown hues. Bonus: There are almost no color shirts that don’t match navy or gray.
13. Going bold with French cuffs... that look like flippers. French cuffs, worn with subtle (not flashy/cutesy/anything with logos) cufflinks, can add some “oomph” to a suit for a more formal occasion. But when they’re too big at the wrist (or, God forbid, exceed the size of the suit sleeves they’re under), they’ll flop around conspicuously. Best to just steer clear entirely.

jueves, 12 de abril de 2018

Ready for summer!

Brath Pitt 

In few months the weather will be change so guys I have one ideas to wear with 90`s and 80`s inspiration, overall was iconic for guys.

El overol es una de esas prendas que jamás dejarán de sorprenderte, y es que puedes ver cientos o miles de fotos de outfits donde el overol es el principal protagonista y te seguirá produciendo un impacto visual.

Sandro Lafounte think that is not just for lady`s now the fashion world is very big, the ideas that you can introduce in your wardrove are welcome always but be carful you need to have a good imagen to introduce this overol in your outfits.

lunes, 9 de abril de 2018

El canon que corresponde a las medidas de un hombre!

Sabías que el canon de la belleza sirve para marcar en cada época y lugar la relación proporcional entre las distintas partes del cuerpo humano. Los conceptos de proporción y belleza han variado a lo largo de la historia. Por ejemplo: el ideal de belleza de la edad media es diferente al de hoy.

A finales del siglo XX el antropólogo Belga Quetelet,  obtuvo un canon de 7,5 cabezas comparando las medidas y proporciones de varias personas. Tras una minuciosa selección a principios del siglo XX el científico Stratz estudio un grupo de hombres altos y atléticos y obtuvo la figura ideal: un hombre cuyas proporciones respondían al canon de 8 cabezas.

Gracias a todos estos estudios se ha podido llegar a la conclusión de que existen tres cánones para determinar las proporciones de la figura humana:

Un canon de siete cabezas es media igual a la figura común, la figura típica de cualquier hombre en la calle.

Un Canon de ocho cabezas es igual a la figura ideal y es empleado por los artistas porque las proporciones responden a la figura ideal.

Un canon de ocho cabezas y media es igual a una figura heroica y es típico empleado en historietas y el dibujo para diseño de figurines.

Sandro Lafounte ha querido informarte acerca de las proporciones ideales del hombre para que tengas los conocimientos adecuados a la hora de asesorar a una persona, tomando en cuenta estas medidas.

Sandro Lafounte también quiere dejarte con  estos fabulosos modelos: Austin Scoggin, Tyler Tuck, Thor Bulow que bajo el estilismo de Fredo Montes han hecho esta Birthday “Surprise-Celebrating” para la revista, Risbel y donde desde luego puedes ver el canon de belleza masculino perfecto.