London is undoubtedly one of the best shopping capitals in the world. But with such a huge and varied choice on offer, it can be a jungle. So where do you begin?
At best, shopping can be overwhelming and even intimidating.How do you shop for things that echo your personal style, and leave you feeling confident and energised, not frustrated and exhausted?
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Men, you don’t have to go around wearing the same old safe, blue, and black. Ok, so you probably can’t go to work wearing red jeans unless you have an open minded boss, work from home or (more likely) an advertising company. Then of course you will need them for your creative play zones. On weekends however, you can wear whatever takes your fancy!
Let your personality shine using colour and accessories. If you are not confident with colour, then start from the bottom up. I love these desert boots with blue rims between the soles. Or throw a colourful scarf against a dark jacket. The devil as they say, is in the detail!
Hats are another way to show some style and will give an illusion of height. Kaufhof department store in Munich has a fantastic selection of mens hats and accessories.
Start experimenting or book me for a personal shopping workout to show you how!
Sadly C & Ano longer exist in the UK but are huge in Germany and across the globe.
In case you have ever wondered, the initials C and A derive from brothers, Clemens and August Brenninkmeijer who traded in linen and textiles across Europe and founded the company in 1841 in Sneek, Friesland on the Northwest coast of Germany.
Accessories are a cheap and cheerful way of adding to an outfit without costing the earth. The hats here start around 9 Euro and there is always a great range in summer.