Cerulean Blue

The calendar says spring but the wind says chilly. After up and down thermostat weather like situation, Manhattan hasn’t quit yet made up its mind. Today the weather is a little chilly and we are in the need of a warm coat. What better way to say spring then with this amazing cerulean blue coat from Diane Von Furstenberg, keeping me war but with the right amount of brightness that screams spring. Accessorizing with the poudre lock bag from Valentino focusing on the contrast of the patent leather with the blue coat, my brown leather aviators from Chloe and my white superstar kicks from Adidas. Continuing in the tints and shades of blue my Topman navy blue pants were the perfect combos to this cold spring look.

                  

Advertisements

Iam a ROCKSTUD

Something no men should go without is a biker leather jacket. You can be the typical bad boy or the brooding artist but a leather jacket is a must. In this outfit I am going a little more towards the bad boy look, pairing the leather jacket from The Kooples with a checkered shirt from J. Crew. The ripped jeans from H&M just added a more grunge look and gave the perfect vibe to accessories with the Valentino Rockstud Lock Bag; even though the mixture of colors I personally think that the poudre color gave an extra ambiance to the look. To continue on the grunge atmosphere the Nike Air Force 1 sneakers matched perfectly with my mirrored white/silver Dior reflected sunnies, all together creating the rock star of 2015.

   

                 

Go Green

New York is finally starting to feel like spring, but the occasionally wind still blows.  Since the sun is finally popping out behind those clouds and tall skyscrapers I decided to play with the color of my coat. This military green coat from Opening Ceremony is the perfect over sized coat that can transitionally go from winter to spring because of the color and the simplicity of the cut. Pairing the green coat with a beige long pull over from Topman Design and a black pair of trousers from Topman were the perfect combo. My most important part is the accessories; a brown fedora from Bailey of Hollywood, the lockbag from Valentino, and my favorite aviator sunnies from Chloe.

   

                 

Should I?

A simple v neck t-shirt is now an essential piece in every closet and following today’s trends, the quoted t-shirts look like they might stay for a while. For this relaxed look I wore my Zadig and Voltaire #ISHOULDHAVEBEENACOWBOY t-shirt and pair it with my black skinny jeans from Joe Fresh. To accessories the outfit and give it a little color my Camper Together X Bernhard Willhelm sandals. For my head lest play a little with the quote a black straw panama fedora hat from Paul Smith as if it had a little cowboy look to it (jajaja not really) my Valentino orange camouflage wallet and to protect me from the sun my black wayfarer sunglasses from Ray-Ban. Making my outfit look effortless, comfortable, and fresh for the nice weather New York has given us this past couple of days!!

20140731-170721-61641495.jpg

20140731-170735-61655256.jpg

20140731-170748-61668824.jpg

20140731-170802-61682989.jpg

20140731-170813-61693898.jpg

20140731-170818-61698201.jpg

 

DETOX

Do you ever pay attention to what you are wearing? Or do you simply grab the first thing that pops out? From trendsetters to fashion followers you need to pay a close attention on what’s happening.

In this new consumerism world we need to start paying more attention on the now because the future is not so distant, so the next time you go shopping make sure its sustainable fashion. Like H&M Conscious Collection that promises to bring you more fashion choices that are good for people, the planet and your wallet. For this look I am wearing top and bottom from H&M Conscious Collection. Living proof that you don’t need to spend to look classy and stylish, it’s all in the security one portraits. To accessorize the look just add a nice pair of military print sandals from Aldo, your big brown leather aviators from Chloé and your military print neon orange Valentino wallet to add a very vibrant color block.

IMG_6310

 

MANHATTAN SAMURAI

“Power is the man and the city who act with absolute certainty in overcoming challenges and adapting to trends by making them their own. This is where New York and Shanghai meet.”
– Ricardo Seco

Looks like the sun is finally out, after days of rain the sun is up in the sky and shining bright. So for this look I went a little breeze easy (jajaja) wearing this amazing pair of shorts that give me all the breeze I need for this hot sunny day. A basic black tank top was essential to pair up with those shorts; top and bottom are by Mexican fashion designer Ricardo Seco from his Spring/Summer 2014 Power collection that debuted in Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York last February. The collection was a huge success and when I saw those short on the runway I knew I needed them ASAP. Working together with the look I pair it up with my Valentino rockstud loafers and accessories with a burgundy patent leather Louis Vuitton clutch. Of course my Ray Bans had to come out for the sunny day and just adding a more summer vibe by using my top hat from ZARA.

Photography by: Jorge Aguilera

Bxmadephotos.blogspot.com

20140606-132048-48048238.jpg

20140606-132047-48047873.jpg

20140606-132048-48048488.jpg

20140606-132048-48048050.jpg

20140606-132047-48047679.jpg

20140606-132048-48048669.jpg

Blue Army

The up and coming camouflage print is being spotted everywhere. I immediately got mine from Valentino in a blue army tone and matched them with my jogging pants from 3.1 Phillip Lim. Never thought I’d say that the jogger pants are so comfortable and very convenient for stylish traveler. My greenish Valentino rockstud loafers where the perfect match to the navy joggers because of the dark tones the shoes have; creating a very effortless look. To complete the look and in pair with the blue hues the Chanel boyfriend bag with its matching iphone case because 2 is always better then 1.

20140428-135705.jpg

20140428-135724.jpg

20140428-135730.jpg

20140428-135741.jpg

20140428-135754.jpg