The First Vlog of Knoxxtyle!! Exciting? RIGHT!?
Items in this Video:
Black Shoes – Aldo
Black Belt – Aldo Accessories
Grey Shoes – Aldo
Grey Belt – Winners… i think…
White Shoes – Aldo
White Belt – Le Chateau
Keep on the look Out for more Vlogs and Blog posts!!!
What a great way to complete an outfit! Putting an absolutely fabulous pair of shoes on! The Shoes should totally go with the outfit without being too matchy matchy… like everything in style. The pictures are examples not the only thing you can wear, look with discretion.
Dress Up Acceptability:
Women’s Formal Event -
Dress(“Hooker”y Maybe) Boots,
Also Dress Sandals, Kitten Heels, and Chic Flats
Men’s Formal Event -
Dress Lace Ups,
Womens Business -
Also Pumps and Non-”Hooker”y boots, Flats
Mens Business -
Also Certain Dress Boots,Dress Lace Ups,
Picture I Found on Google:
One of My All Time Favourite Youtube Videos: (May Contain Use of Swearing)
PICTURES ARE HERE!!
So the latest issue of GQ came out with seven mistakes that men make when it comes to style! I think these are fantastic!
So I want to share with all you.. if you dont subscribe to GQ and also to add some for the women.
Men (By GQ)
1. Schlumpy Leather Jacket —-> Fixable —-> Snug Bomber Leather Jacket
2. The Barack Obama Jeans —->Fixable —-> Medium-rise Dark Wash Jeans
To See the rest of the photos and for more in depth explanation visit GQ.com
3. The Cheap Printed Tie —–> Fixable —-> Sturdy Silk Understated Patterned Tie
4. Sagging Suit Pants ———> Fixable —-> Tailored Pants with Little to No Break
5. The Pancake Collar ——–> Fixable —–> Firm Collars with Collar Stays
6. Right Suit, Wrong Belt —–> Fixable —–> 1-1.5 Inch Belt with Subtle Belt
7. The Oversize Suit ———–> Fixable —–> Fitted Suit
Now my own 7 Mistakes Women Make:
1. Shapeless Tops ——-> Fixable —–> Form-fitting Blouses
2. All Neutral Colors (Black, Grey, Brown, Denim) –> Fixable –> Add a Pop of Color
3. Mom Jeans (Women’s: Obama Jeans) –> Fixable –> Medium Rise Straight Leg
4. Grungy Kicks(Sneakers) with Classy Outfit —> Fixable —> Hawt Pumps(Heels)!
5. Over-Accessorized –> Fixable –> One Chunky, Two Subtle or Three Subtle
6. Holiday Ski Resort Sweater –> Fixable –> Fitted Cashmere Sweater
7. Dressing 20 Years Younger –> Fixable –> Grow Up!
I hope these helped! Because it was sure fun making them!
Salvatore Ferragamo was a visionary in the field of shoes, from a young age he knew his calling was shoes and he was right. He took his passion for shoes and shared it with the world, his creations were unique and smart.
Salvatore Ferragamo was born on June 5 1898 to an Italian family. He was the 11th child of 14. Ferragamo made his first pair of shoes at the age of nine for his sister. He died in 1960 at the age of 62.
Ferragamo studied shoe making in Naples, and soon after started a small business out of his parents’ home. He moved to Boston to work in a boot factory with his brother in 1914. Ferragamo convinced his brother to move to Hollywood with him where they established a shoe repair shop that also created made-to-measure shoes. This repair shop quickly became the hottest spot to buy shoes among celebrities of that time, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland. He became known as the “Shoemaker to the Stars.” Ferragamo was confused at why his shoes were attractive to the eye but were a burden to the foot, he decided to do something about that and he studied Anatomy at University of Southern California. After thirteen successful years in the states hew decides to move back to Italy. There he started working on new designs, and making shoes for some very powerful women, such as Eva Peron and Princess Diana. During The Great Depression he was forced to file for bankruptcy, but came back only 5 years later. During the 50’s he increased his workers to 700 specialists making over 350 shoes a day. After he died he left the business to his family, his wife and his six children. Now the company Salvatore Ferragamo sells shoes and accessories as well as ready-to-wear clothing.
He is most famous for his several creations in the shoe industry, the cage heel, the wedge heel and other forms of platform shoes. Also he created the famous “Ruby Slippers” that were worn by Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz
Salvatore Ferragamo’s biggest influence is in the fashion industry is his contribution to the world of shoes. He wasn’t afraid to push the barrier to almost weird and yet still created some of the most simple and elegant shoes as well. He used bold colors and made them look amazing. He is a great influence on shoemakers everywhere.
References : Fashion Influential #16: Salvatore Ferragamo
(Also on that Site are a lot of great other style influences!)