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Tsia Stuart-Yip from BeautifulMag

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New arrivals

I got an email from the website that I usually purchase my clothes from. The seller has been trying to tempt me to buy a few items from the site for quite some time. So far, I have managed to ignore this incessant persuasion. Having said that, after receiving the latest email, I must admit that I could give in to this cajoling easily. I like these denims. They look very fetching and sexy. I have bought Rufskin denims before and they fit my lower parts perfectly. The jeans help to enhance your manliness. I think you know what I mean.

Don’t they look nice? I must not yield to this temptation. But they are so inviting. I mean the garments. Sigh…

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New N2N styles

It is pretty hot right now in the UK. The locals tend to dress casually and wear less, myself included, even though I am Thai. I have not been wearing trousers since Wednesday; I find that quite hard to believe myself. This kind of weather seems to suit me just fine. I do not mind the heat -or even getting heat- at all. As reported on the news, it is going to be even warmer next week. I cannot wait for that.

As the temperature keeps rising -I know this is not relevant- I keep receiving emails from the website where I usually order my clothes. Its latest summer offerings keep appearing in my inbox, like this up-to-the minute N2N style. They are not exactly what I normally go for. Having said that, some look very tempting. I mean the clothes.

 

Sources: N2N L7 Dream Robe Black and N2N UN31 Trainer Short Black

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The power of the male groin

I just happened to see Dolce & Gabbana’s latest male underwear and swimwear ad. From what I saw, the brand seems to have done it again, as far as eye-catchingness is concerned. This collection features the male Italian national swimming team. Previously, it used other Italian professional athletes as its seducers: the national football team and the rugby team respectively, as in the pictures. No other label understands the power of sexual desire like D&G does. Its sportsmen advertising never ceases to attract atttention from fashion admirers of both sexes. Clever sods!

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In red

I got an email yesterday from one of the websites where I usually buy my clothes. The email contains the new style by Rufskin. When I opened it to check out the latest line, all I could see was “red”. I did not really expect to see the brand audaciously unveil such super colourful, in-your-face jeans as shown in the picture. The brand is certainly brash.

Rufskin’s denims and jeans are probably my favourite garments. By contrast, its tops, both t-shirts and knitwear, are total rubbish in terms of the quality of the products; the material is not good. This fresh offering almost wins my vote but I am not sure about two pieces of clothing in this collection, including the “red”. Even though it could, no doubt, help to enhance the attractiveness and hunkiness of the lower part of my body, it is screaming for too much attention. For sure it would not suit people who want to keep a low profile!

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British Style Genius

I watched an episode of this show on BBC2 on Tuesday. From the moment I caught a glimpse of it, I knew that I was going to enjoy the show. And I did. It was about three well known British fashion mavericks: Vivian Westwood, John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. You can watch this show again via BBC iPlayer.

In terms of fashion, their garments are not my cup of tea; I personally would not want to wear what they created, but what I see in their work is so stimulating, stylishly quirky and uniquely marvellous. The way they design their clothes and the creativity and energy that they put into their fashion show is so super interesting. It is like they tried to create art for people to wear. I could simply watch it again and again.

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You might get killed by your shoes

This is serious. After watching this clip, it reminded me of a rumour about a woman who, unfortunately, fell off her towering block-like stilettos and hit her head on the footpath. The woman allegedly died on the spot. That’s why they’re called a “fashion crime or fashion of mass destruction”! However, the shoes’ liability was never confirmed. But, girls who love wearing shoes like these might need to watch out when they strut about in these impractical high heels. At the very least, you could accidentally break your legs if you fall like the model in the clip. I wonder why many women like to wear them. They don’t look very comfortable. Maybe the heels could be used as a weapon in case of an emergency, such as when a woman has an argument with her boyfriend and feels the need to stick something into his head; why don’t you turn to your own shoes girl?! If that was the case, I could see the use for them. And men, you all might just need to look out!

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