Bonobos is a men’s apparel brand focused on better-fitting clothes and a better-shopping experience and right now they are holding a giveaway with over $1,500 worth prizes! To be more specific the prize includes a Foundation Suit, five Weekday Warrior pants, and five Daily Grind dress shirts with a total retail prize value of $1,665. Basically, it's a whole week's worth of clothing. A perfect prize for all working men out there, young workers and interns and for every man who likes to dress sharply and in style at the office. Want to know more information on how you can enter? Read on.
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Sunday, April 27, 2014
Good evening lovely followers! I hope that you had some special Easter Holidays and that you all enjoyed your Easter break! This Sunday I created something special and colourful for you. I wanted to show you a unisex idea to do with your shoes, using an easy and cool way to decorate and personalise them! It doesn't require something expensive or anything else but only your creative and artistic mind!
So, I bought a white pair of shoes from H&M in Greece and I don't like it because it was a plain boring white without anything cool on it. With an acrylic pallet you can draw anything that you like on these shoes! Something like a drawing or many different brush strokes like me. As you can see the shoes are not colourless and boring anymore but they are colorful with your signature on it, with your own style.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Hello everyone! How are you doing? Spring is here and one must-have accessory for the following 6 months (at least, depending where you live) are of course sunglasses! Personally, I'm a big fan of sunglasses but I'm also very picky when it comes to choosing frames. I love colourful ones, since I mostly wear them during summer. Well, if you, like us, love sunglasses, today we are holding an awesome giveaway with 5 lucky winners. Keep reading for more information.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Hello everyone! I hope you are all doing great. With spring finally coming (here at least) I decided to do something different today for you. I'm pretty sure you've all seen the Melted Crayon Art thing before. It's been on the internet a while now and I've seen a lot of tutorials on how to do it yourself, mostly on Pinterest. In case you missed it, you can just google "melted crayon art", I'm pretty sure a lot of helpful results will come up. It's a pretty interesting DIY and easy to do (or so it seems) so I wanted to try it out myself and share with you my attempt as well as the results. This is not a how-to, since this is my first time doing it and there are definitely more experienced bloggers who have actually useful tutorials on how to do it yourself. Hopefully, the outcome will be a beautiful painting. Let's go! :)