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Autumn style For Men, Looking Good Guide 2022

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The overwhelming warmth of summer  leaves us with few options for looking good without sweating. And winter requires thick adorning  that cover up our stylish attire.

But Autumn? Autumn is an opportunity to step up your stylish game.

The decline in temperature, the shortening of the days – those who despair for the passing of summer might not be matched in number by the menswear fans who rejoice autumn’s coming, but it’s hard to beat the latter for enthusiasm. Autumn brings in the chance to actually wear proper clothes again. And plenty of them. After all, autumn, like spring, is for layering.

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Autumn such a great time for guys who want to look and feel good, store shelves get flooded with so many menswear pieces that it’s easy to find yourself facing decision fatigue.

Looking good and stylish even during autumn season is highly remarkable. Autumn style, is literally the quickest and simplest mode of dressing for men during the winter season. It only requires layering, coating up as much as u can.

Sustainable Autumn Fashion Style

Fashion in the Autumn Style often incorporates warm colors, especially brown, beige, red, orange, and, less commonly, yellow. Clothes tends to be heavier and to suit the colder weather. Sweaters, especially oversized sweaters, turtlenecks, jackets, skirts, jeans, overalls, and large shoes, especially boots, are popular choices. Layering is very common. Autumn season runs from July to December.

1) Leather Jacket

Leather jackets have a remarkable kind of power. They manage to evoke cool confidence, romance, daring, and dynamism—all at the same time. Leather jacket is one of the clothes you can wear during Authumn winter. Its is comfy, access, outstanding and gives a resorted glare from others.

2) Overshirts

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Almost any casual garment worn on the upper body made from a thicker fabric than a regular shirt and thinner fabric than a jacket could technically be called an overshirt

An overshirt is sort of a hybrid between a shirt and a jacket; hence, the rather unsuccessful attempt to call it a ‘shacket’. This versatile garment is made of slightly thicker material than what’s used in regular men’s shirts, and it is understandably heavier and more durable.

A men’s shacket, if you want to call it that, is lighter than a full-fledged jacket. It is meant to be worn over a regular shirt when it’s chilly and under a jacket or overcoat when it’s colder. It’s not made to fit like a regular shirt and is somewhat worn looser.

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3) Flannels

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4) Quilted Jacket

A Quilted Jacket is a waist length or hip-length coat filled with a thick soft material, usually sew into diamine shape sections. They are perfect for classic dressing.

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MEN’S AUTUMN SWEATER

Sweaters are a blend between casual and formal. Someone can pair a sweater with blazers and slacks or jeans and a t-shirt.

However, all sweaters are not created the same.

Sweater are made in different materials, styles, thicknesses – it can all be a lot.

Cardigan sweaters can fasten with either buttons or zippers or, in rare cases, ties – although the latter sometimes cross the line into robes or smoking jackets.

Thinner cardigans, made from finer wools such as cashmere, can be layered under jackets and suits. Just make sure to have a trimmer fit.

Pullover Sweaters

“Pullover” is a broad term encompassing sweaters that you pull over your head (as opposed to shrugging on over your shoulders like a jacket).

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Some pullovers will have half or quarter-zip necks, and they can come with all manner of collar styles and necklines. Looking Good in this outfit is guaranteed

Aran Sweaters

Named for the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland, Aran sweaters are thick, cable-knit sweaters made from 100% sheep’s wool.

Often times, jeans and Denim are confused with each other are taken to mean the same. However, they are both different fashion staple. Denim

The Aran Islands are cold, wet, and prone to frequent storms, resulting in a local style of sweater that is exceptionally thick and weatherproof, try it out looking good in it is guaranteed.

HOODIES

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Autumn Mens Pants

1) Chinos

Trousers, British Railways Guard (trousers)

Chinos pants are a perfect blend for Autumn style, it gives your the chill and comfort you need to embark on your daily activities.

2) Denim

Denim are made using a twill machines, which creates a subtle diagonal ribbing pattern. Denim are comfortable wears and the can be styled with a blazer or jacket on top.

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Canvas Shoes And Sneakers. (A Guide on the Differences and Reliability)

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Canvas is a coarse cloth material made of hemp that is used in a number of things including sails, tents, boards (used for painting on, i.e. painting canvasses) and shoes.

The canvas shoe is an essential category of casual shoe or sneaker. It is designed very simply with a canvas upper and a rubber sole. Canvas shoes are readily available and versatile. It easy affordable as well.

Some canvas shoes, especially those made for children, have cute designs on them as well. On the other hand canvas shoes do not have much shock absorption, cushioning or support and therefore are not suitable for any type of pounding the pavement sort of activities.

If you run, walk, play tennis or engage in any other then go in for an honest to goodness pair of sneakers and leave the canvas shoes for the beach or backyard. Canvas shoes are fun, casual, and versatile and are also not that expensive. You can get a pair of canvas at an affordable price.

Basic Description

Canvas shoes are   light shoe with a canvas upper and a rubber, leather, or fiber shoe. A sneaker on the other hand is a sports show with a pliable rubber sole.

An tremendous benefit of canvas shoes is that they are a low maintenance and no worry kind of shoe. In other words taking care of canvas shoes is easy. First of all it is a good idea to protect your canvas shoes before wearing them, by applying a cloth care spray or starch to them.

If your skin is sensitive, it is better to wear rubber gloves when you spray your shoes and then give your hands a good washing afterwards.

If you have health problems like asthma always wear a mask and if the spray gets into your eyes or causes your skin any irritation then rinse immediately with lots of water.

Canvas shoes and sneakers can be Washed

Canvas shoes can easily be tossed in the washing machine when they are unclean.l Before you do so always remove any surface dirt from the sole or sides of the shoe with a slightly damp cloth.

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If the shoes are rime in mud then gently brush them with a soft brush and water first. Any retail detergent, should get them nice and clean. It is advisable to remove the laces and either wash them with the canvas shoes, hand wash them or wash them the next time you do a load of laundry. Canvas shoes can be hung up on a line to air dry. They generally should be ready to wear in a relatively short period of time. With proper Sunlight.

Canvas shoes or sneakers do not always preserve their natural shape and sometimes it is because of the way we wear them such as how we walk in them. Some people put more weight on one side of their shoe than the other and this could potentially serve to wear down the sole or heel of a shoe and cause the upper to be stretched unnecessarily.

To remedy this problem, use shoetrees or pad the top part of the canvas shoe to help them maintain their original shape. And always know, that shoelaces need to be replaced once in awhile. Always tie up your laces and dont buy ones that are either too long (dangerous and sloppy look or too short (they will draw the shoe together unnaturally to compensate for their lack of length).

Benefits of Canvas

Canvas is fully mobile to engage remote learners anywhere. It support all kinds of learning and training.

Canvas is a reliable, powerful and can be used for all kinds of activities. Canvas shoes are  also comfortable, lightweight, easy to clean and can be paired with a wide range of uniforms.

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Trendy Ways to Style Braids For Women in 2022

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African braids hairstyle is very versatile: you’ll have numerous and countless of styles from, microbraids, cornrows, fishtail braids, blocky braids, black braided buns,  twist and tree braids, hair bands, French braids and more are easily accessible.

Making braids is the easy and comfortable to wear. It brightens the person making it and enhances your attraction. Braids for women are susceptible to wear, you would want to try the latest and trendy hairstyle this Summer.

The versatility of braided hair  is why so many people enjoy wearing them. Hairdressers make them to fit any texture, length, or event. So it’s no surprise that we are already seeing braid hairstyle trends pop up in 2022.

For African-American women with naturally curly hair, twist braid styles are one of the easiest and most popular protective hairstyles

From simple to intricately detailed looks, natural and coarser texture to uniformly thick pleats – there exist a plethora of chic ideas on how to style and protect your strands using braid twists. Whether you’re looking for volume, texture, or length, there’s always a twist braid hairstyle to wear for any special day! . Here are a list of braids that are trendy this year.

1) Feed-in-pony tail Braids.

Feed-in braids have been one of the biggest braided trends recently. Add a few gold cuffs to spice up your braids effortlesslyCriss-Cross Goddess Braids

2) Natural Braided Updo

This braided style is great if you’re headed to a special occassion such as a wedding or formal event and still want to rock your natural texture.

3) Single Part Triangle Jumbo Box Braids

It’s all in the detail and these box braids are bangin’. Simply part your braids into triangles for a neat and clean look that stands out.

4) Nubian Braids with Single Row

If you love small and precise braids, this style is for you. Definitely reminds me of the micro braids

5) Jumbo Knotless Coi braids

Stylish Knotless braids for women

These knotless braids are back with a discretionary twist of curling the ends.

6) Braided Bobs

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This nostalgic style is great when you don’t want to deal with the extra weight box braids for women brings, but gives you the same effect.

7) All Back Braids

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All back braids is known and easy to make. You can make it with your natural hair or with colourful attachment. You can also end style your braids with beautiful design edges.

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8) Cris-Cross Jumbo Braids

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The great thing about this braid is the size and the length. It would not take as long as micro braids.

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9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

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In a world where perfection is applauded and social media reigns supreme, the alteration and manipulation of photographs is more than just a tweak here or a filter there. Celebrities are perpetually exhibitions of the bizarre wonders of Photoshop, but it’s the viewer who ultimately suffers thanks to a skewed sense of what’s beautiful and, ultimately, what’s real.

Over the years celebrities have begun calling out various outlets and photographers for their unrealistic portrayals of their bodies, and lately they’ve been more outspoken than ever. Stars including Priyanka Chopra, Rumer Willis, and Zendaya have been mercilessly retouched, proving that no matter your body type, someone will find a way to photoshop you into that so-called state of “perfection.” Here, we’ve rounded up the stars who won’t allow themselves and their bodies to be used to create such unreal expectations. Snaps for them!

  • Iskra Lawrence

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

As someone who’s been through the retouching ringer, body-positive model Iskra Lawrence knows what she’s talking about. After living through constant photoshopping left her wanting to reach an unhealthy, impossible ideal, she says managing to overcome those ingrained insecurities changed her life for the better. Ipso facto, all of our lives improved too: Her social media presence is the most uplifting place on the web, like the photo above, where she goes through a retouched photo point by point to highlight exactly what was done to distort it.

Her caption reads [all sic]: “You might be wondering who that random blonde girl is, Well it’s me! About 6/7years ago. I might look different because I was a few dress sizes smaller but the main difference is… I’m HEAVILY retouched. That smooth a$$ skin? Not mine – a computer programme did that. The full thick hair – extensions. Push up bra Waist + legs + arms slimmed with a photoshop tool. No eye bags, well actually no nothing that makes me resemble the real me. And the WORST thing about it… I WANTED TO LOOK LIKE THIS!!! Yep I thought if I had ‘perfected’ images (like the ones I saw of other models) that I would book more jobs = would make me happy and successful. When in reality seeing retouched images of myself gave me even more insecurities and body image issues because I couldn’t even look like or relate to the image of myself! So please NEVER EVER compare yourself to images you see, many aren’t real. Perfect does NOT exist so trying to achieve that is unrealistic and editing your pictures will not make you happy. What’s real is YOU, your imperfectly perfect self that’s what makes you magical, unique and beautiful.”

The end result is a cheat sheet to understanding that no, no one looks like that—something that’s easy to hear, hard to believe.

  • Priyanka Chopra’s Maxim

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

Priyanka Chopra’s Maxim India cover recently came under fire due to her seemingly nonexistent armpits, and commenters quickly came to her defense by calling out the publication. To be fair, we don’t know anyone whose pits look that smooth and flawless—no matter how much lasering they’ve done.

As a result, the Quantico actress had a pretty epic response. On her Instagram, she posted: “Here is another ‘pit-stopping’ picture to add to the debate. #WillTheRealArmpitPleaseStandUp #nofilter #armpitdiaries.”

All of this makes us ask the question: Why should anyone care about what our armpits look like? Chopra doesn’t. And that’s just one more bit of proof that she’s a total boss.

  • Meghan Trainor

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

Considering the lyrics to Meghan Trainor’s biggest hit “All About That Bass” (“I see the magazines workin’ that Photoshop, We know that sh-t ain’t real, come on now, make it stop”), you’d think her team would have gotten the memo that body altering is a big hell-no in her book. And yet, a few hours after the launch of her new music video for “Me Too,” Trainor realized her body had been digitally altered without her permission. So she pulled the video.

“Hey guys, I took down the ‘Me Too’ video because they photoshopped the crap out of me,” she told her fans on Snapchat. “And I’m so sick of it and I’m over it, so I took it down until they fix it.”

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She continued: “My waist is not that teeny, I had a bomb waist that night, I don’t know why they didn’t like my waist, but I didn’t approve that video and it went out for the world, so I’m embarrassed. The video’s still one of my favorite videos I’ve ever done, I’m very proud of it, I’m just pissed off that they broke my ribs you know?” Preach.

  • Rumer Willis

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

Rumer Willis posted the above photo on Instagram with the following note: “The photographer photoshopped my face to make my jaw smaller and I find it really offensive for anyone to try and change the way you look so drastically. I love the way I look and I won’t support anyone who would feel a need to change the way I look to make me beautiful. Whether or not they realize it, it is a form of bullying, which I won’t stand for.” Hear, hear! It’s especially disconcerting considering the body-image struggles the actress opened up about on Dancing With the Stars last year. (You can read the photographers’ comment about the issue on The Cut. In short: They said the image was corrected because of the camera lens used, not to purposely alter her features

  • Kerry Washington

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

Kerry Washington is (sadly) familiar with Photoshop mishaps—and speaking out about them. For her recent AdWeek cover, the Scandal star wrote the following statement that was both celebratory of her article and honest (a mission she aimed to accomplish and did): “Look, I’m no stranger to photoshopping. It happens a lot. In a way, we have become a society of picture adjusters – who doesn’t love a filter?!? And I don’t always take these adjustments to task but I have had the opportunity to address the impact of my altered image in the past and I think it’s a valuable conversation. Yesterday, however, I just felt weary. It felt strange to look at a picture of myself that is so different from what I look like when I look in the mirror. It’s an unfortunate feeling.”

  • Zendaya

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

Zendaya isn’t one to miss a chance to stand up for something she believes in, whether it’s to dismiss her 2015 Oscars dreadlocks or to call out an overly retouched image of herself. The star shared a photo of the before-and-after pictures of a cover shoot with Modeliste magazine, and was appalled by the amount her hips and torso had been manipulated.

  • Ashley Benson

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

Magazines aren’t the only culprits of heavy-handed photoshopping, brands and advertisements are commonly guilty of this, too. Pretty Little Liars actress, Ashley Benson, and her on-air colleagues were victims of obvious retouching on a poster for the hit show. The 26-year-old publicly criticized the ad, saying: “Saw this floating around…hope it’s not the poster. Our faces in this were from four years ago…and we all look ridiculous. Way too much photoshop. We all have flaws. No one looks like this. It’s not attractive.”

  • Lorde

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

Lorde isn’t your average teen, so it’s no surprise that the “Royals” singer called out retouchers for creating pristine-looking skin on an image that had previously been clearly different. Lorde went on to tell her fans that flaws are OK and to remember how easily and commonly these photos are altered.

  • Jennifer lawrence

9 Celebrities who have Lashed out about being photoshopped

Recently, there has been a knack for photoshopping out moles (why?!), just ask Jennifer Lawrence. Lawrence has openly laughed about being photoshopped, most notably for her appearance in a fashion advertisement. “That doesn’t look like me at all! I love Photoshop more than anything in the world,” she told Access Hollywood at a red carpet event. “Of course it’s Photoshop. People don’t look like that.”

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