Attending a wedding is a memorable experience. Thecolors, the dresses, thetuxedos,the romance, etc. It’s a moment in time where family and friends gather together to celebrate the love of two people they love.
Sure, the idea of this is the same for a lot of our favorite characters that were planning to walk down the aisle. But, as most of us know, television doesn’t usually reflect real life.
Everyone should know the basics (and at least be doing the basics) when it comes to grooming.
Keeping ourselves in order and looking like we have our stuff together, generally helps us to actually have our stuff together. In everyday life, whether it’s at our jobs, in school, hanging out with friends, meeting new people, going to an event, etc. most of us are doing our best to put our best foot forward. To walk into wherever it may be and Own. The. Room. Confidence absolutely comes from within, but whether we like it or not, appearance has something to do with it as well.
Whether we like to admit it or not, we all love browsing a good fashion magazine or website from time to time. We not only like to read the hot gossip circling around Hollywood with some of our favorite celebs, but we like to see what they’re wearing. We like to see what’s trending and stylish in the fashion universe. It’s only human.
Being a groomsman comes with a lot of excitement. You get to be a part of your friend’s special day, you’ll have a bunch of professional pictures to look good in, and you get to attend a bachelor party.
So, awards season is finally winding down with the most glamorous event of the year…The Academy Awards (aka Oscars). Although watching nearly four hours of this show can be grueling, it is only of the highest honors anyone in the film and entertainment industry can be recognized for.
There’s something to be said about the behavior of men these days. From swiping left and right daily, to sending that 2 am “you up?” text (we know things). But, just because that’s how things in today’s world is, doesn’t mean that you can’t be the one to bring back the gentleman way.