What man doesn’t want to look or feel like James Bond to some degree on their wedding day? Especially in a tux. It’s always the formal events where something epic occurs that only Bond himself can handle. So, why not look the part? Here are six tips to look like James Bond: 1. It’s All about the Tux: A great fitting tux is essential for making your Bond style come to life. Darker tones work best: such as black, dark grey, deep blues or even a dark burgundy to mix it up, unless you are going for the...
Get in there before the end of the dry cycle and hang your clothes up before they're done tumbling. This way you'll score wrinkle-free clothes... and laundry won't take so long!
Wondering why the sleeves of your sweater went from your wrists down to the tips of your fingers? Or shrunk up to you forearms? Keep your sweaters in shape by hand washing in your (clean) sink with cold water or wash them in a machine with cold water on delicate using Woolite. Fold and squish out the excess water to avoid misshaping. Then lay items flat to dry. *Not a paid post.
Sometimes you need to let life's dust settle around you. Then you need to dust yourself off. But when the dust leaves a dull sheen over your hat, brush it off using a slightly damp rag or towel to catch the lint and dust. Your hat will look like new again!
Raw denim, meaning unwashed or unfaded, needs about six months of consistent wearing to break down and mold to your body. This process takes time. Washing them before your ideal shape is achieved counteracts this effort. To keep your jeans clean during this time you can spot clean stains with a mixture of vodka and water (50/50 solution) to kill bacteria and odor, and air dry. This also helps your jeans last longer, as excessive washing will breakdown the fibers in the fabric quicker.