Following the universal stereotype, in the new year I’m willing to challenge myself. In the past year, the men’s style draw my attention like nothing else. Leaving behind the male handsomeness, I find it fascinating how the opposite sex dresses up. Starting with my favorite three piece suit, which was officially “born” in London in 1666, to the exquisite handkerchief that compliments a pocket so much, men sure posses the knowledge I myself want to acquire.
Though a “fighter” for the women’s rights, and appreciator of the female beauty, I can’t deny feeling rather inspired by men, in every context of their life. It’s wel-known that our fathers, brothers, friends, lovers, facilitate our living, by fixing the light in the room, the car, the bad internet, the broken chair, or at least getting someone to do all that work for us. But we do not realize that the biggest thing they do for us is teach us about the real world, the rules of life, and how to survive between these two.
Do not take me wrong, I do not intend to turn into a man, no… just half-masculine! I’ve always considered that true femininity is better expressed through the consolidation of the edges of the two sexes. As a matter of fact, confidence, inner strength, natural sensuality and intelligence are keys to the female beauty, which to my great regret is often confused with obtuseness, lack of manners, clothing nudity, vulgarity and “rainbow” appearance.