33 year old Norwegian gent. Im really into fashion and do like to dress to impress or dress a bit over avverage. I wear a suit as often as I can, since I do like suits alot. My other love in fashion line is watches. A good piece ofwatch really makes a whole outfit. And then theres ties and other accessories. Do liketo dress to impress as mentioned.
Style is an individial thing. Its what makes you you. Your way to stand out in the crowd. I like to experiment abit and end up with something completely out of style, but there are also these who makes a really nice outcome. But style is so many things so there are a million answers to this one.
I choose dapper. Its feels natural to me. To take on my suit and look as a proper gentleman. My lifestyle is to look proper. To get views and comments about my suit. Not all are good compliments, but as a dapper gentleman I do answer politely either way.
I do love walking around in my suits. I feel good, comfotable and think others do also think this looks good. Then combine the suit with an fantastic watch and good accessories to look even more dapper. And then to take on som shiny leather shoes to top it off. But I can also take on some good chinos, nice shirt and a blazer to fell good to.
My favourite brand is actually Moods of Norway at the moment. They make som really good suits and look good to. But have other fav brands to. Like Audemars Piguet, Hugo Boss, Armani etc. But Moods os a Norwegian brand and the owner is a friend of mine.
I do follow other bloggers. Like Christopher Korey. Suit.Club, Businessformal, Anil Arjandas and so on. The ones I follow give me so much inspiration and tips to what I could wear one day. Things I even havent thought of. So I follow as muvh as I can. And even they get some insiration from me to, so it goes both ways.
Its was actually my fiancee that said that waould be cool, so I tried it and it got "big". It was since Ive always liked to dress up abit over avverage. so why not let some one get some inspiration from me to. So Im really glad for that I did. Thank You Anette.