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Specification
Specifications
Brand: MEGIR
Band Length: 8.07 inch
Band Material Type: Stainless Steel
Band Width: 22mm
Case material: Stainless Steel
Case Shape: Round
Clasp type: Hook Buckle
Dial Diameter: 1.65 inch
Dial Display: Analog
Dial Window Material Type: Hardlex
Gender: Men
Movement: Quartz
Style: Business
Water Resistance Depth: 30m
Dimensions and Weight
Product weight: 0.0780 kg
Package weight: 0.1025 kg
Product Size(L x W x H): 25.00 x 4.50 x 1.00 cm / 9.84 x 1.77 x 0.39 inches
Package Size(L x W x H): 12.00 x 7.50 x 7.00 cm / 4.72 x 2.95 x 2.76 inches

1. Watches make you look Classier  A quick glance towards your wrist is a much classier way to keep tabs on time during a date or a mee...



1. Watches make you look Classier 
A quick glance towards your wrist is a much classier way to keep tabs on time during a date or a meeting. Not to mention how rude it would seem to your companions if you pulled out your phone during a conversation.

2. Watches Are Functional
Any item inspired by the military has a functional use. Wrist watches included. Wrist watches were first used in the 19th century by the military to synchronize maneuvers during war. Since then, specialized watches have been used in the depths of the ocean by divers and high up in the sky by aviators. One of the big advantages of a watch - especially over a smartphone - is how long it can operate in the field. 

3. Watches Signal Style  *
Compliments.  

The range of acceptable jewelry for a man is limited. Many men are only going to be seen with three main accessories decorating their hands - a nice watch, a stylish pair of cuff links, and a simple wedding band if they're married. You can display your sense of style by having a good quality watch. Call it what you will, a quality luxury watch is a man's equivalent to the engagement ring.

4. Watches Embody Craftsmanship  
A wrist watch is more than a time-keeper. It is a symbol of tradition and history encased in a showpiece with extreme craftsmanship. Not many men realize that they are wearing pieces of art on their wrist. Some watch houses have four craftsmen working on one watch for several months - designing complex pieces of technology by hand. Craftsmanship is one of the reasons why some watches cost $50 and another ones cost $500 or even more $10,000.

5. Watches Make Great Heirlooms 
Not only is a timepiece the quintessential gift - it is the quintessential heirloom.


No matter what your philosophy is on the end of life, we can all agree that people can live on through the memories of those that knew them. Owning timepieces from a different era is a remembrance of people who lived before you. Having their watches makes you think of them, in a real way. They wore these same watches which show signs of use, care and love. A watch collection is also a legacy. It doesn't necessarily have to be worth a mini treasure - but leaving your watch(es) to someone you care about is in essence passing on values that were important to you, to someone else. One of the best watches you can pass on are Rolexes.

This guide is for those of you that are first-time beardsmen and who don’t know what to expect. I’ll help you overcome common pitfalls an...


This guide is for those of you that are first-time beardsmen and who don’t know what to expect. I’ll help you overcome common pitfalls and issues that arise with having a beard and after reading this e-book you should have all the tools you need to sport a beard that makes you proud. 


This guide is for those of you that are first-time beardsmen and who don’t know what to expect. I’ll help you overcome common pitfalls and issues that arise with having a beard and after reading this e-book you should have all the tools you need to sport a beard that makes you proud. 

Since this will be the most epic, comprehensive e-book on bearding on the internet, I’ve broken it up into three sections: 1. Growing and Grooming Your Beard 2. The Mind of a Beardsman 3. Picking a Beard: The Beard Style Guide There are any number of reasons to grow a beard:

● looking more manly
● bucking the clean-shaven trend 
● hiding a weak chin 
● impressing your girlfriend/family/women in general 
● protecting your face from harsh weather 
● cultural reasons 
● it’s really awesome
                                          

But ultimately the reasons you should grow a beard are totally up to you as an individual. What you shouldn’t be thinking is that you’re lazy and couldn’t be bothered to shave - a good-looking beard takes time and effort. Personally I’ve found incredible friends through beard clubs, gotten tons of compliments from random strangers and have had my career skyrocket thanks to growing and maintaining a good beard. Your results will vary but what I can promise you is that when you grow a beard, it won’t be the same old status quo.

Growing and Grooming Your Beard 
Before you get started, have a look at our “A Man’s Guide to Beards” Infographic. It’ll be a while before you have to worry too much about actually shaping your beard, but it does help to know where you’re going with your beard.

Phase 1: Waiting For Your Beard To Grow 
The best thing to do when growing a beard is to put away the razor and put your patience to the test. A beard is not actually measured in length, but in months, so one of the most impressive traits you’ll gain as a beardsman is patience. 


As a beardsman your regular milestones will be: 
● a 1 month beard 
● 3 month beard  
● a yeard (year long beard)
Once you reach these lofty goals, you may be tempted to try for the holy grail of beards – the Terminal Beard, which is the maximum length you can genetically grow. With each length you’ll be presented with slightly different challenges. 

1. No Longer Beardless: The Itchy Phase 
As a beardless to about 2 weeks beardsman, you may notice that your beard gets pretty itchy, may appear patchy and is generally shaggy. The reason your beard is itchy is that when you shave you’re essentially creating little spears on the tips of each hair. 
Eventually they get long enough to bend around and poke at your skin. Your neck is very susceptible to this because of the angle where the neck meets the head and this explains the itchiness.For this stage you have several option: 
1. Man up and wait. It’s only temporary and will pass shortly.
2. Apply ample amounts of moisturizer like a beard oil or other applicable product. Avoid moisturizers containing alcohol as they’ll dry out your skin and worsen the itchiness. 
3. In the early stubble phase (day 1 or 2) use Soft Goat scruff softener. This product is designed to help make stubble softer and more kissable.
During this time you shouldn’t be using a shampoo on your beard as the length is still fairly short. I’d recommend using a natural bar of soap that doesn’t have irritant chemicals in them (like sodium laureth sulfate). There are a lot of soap options out there, and one I’ve personally used and enjoyed is Rocky Top Soap. Once you get through the itchy phase you’ll get to the point where your beard will look untidy. To neaten up your look I recommend trimming the neckline, upper cheeks, and mustache lip. However, If you’re going for the yeard, or natural beard, you should leave your beard untouched. 2. Your First Trim This is the point when we lose the most beardsmen. Men will typically get a little ambitious with their razors, cut too much off and then simply shave their entire beard off in frustration. Because of the risk of mistakes I recommend waiting at least a month to trim if possible. Most new beardsmen also tend to trim the neckline too high. The ideal location for the line is where the neck meets the head. So wherever your beard area is parallel with the ground you don’t trim and whatever is parallel with the world in front of you, you trim. You should be trimming very little of your beard for this part. An easy way to accomplish this is to simply shave what you can see in the mirror (on your neck). If you’re looking up to trim, you’re cutting too high.

Once your beard comes out a little bit you also have to start paying attention to keeping it clean - Your beard is not a food storage area. For now simply rinsing it on a daily basis should be enough to keep it clean. When trimming your mustache I recommend you use a pair of scissors instead of clippers. This will give you a little more control and it only cuts a few hairs at a time so a small mistake is not a big deal. With the cheek line, try to go with the natural curvature of your face and only trim off the one or two stragglers that are outside that line. If the beard on your cheek is very dense cheek you should trim no lower than the bottom of your nose. 
3. Picking Your First Style 
For the “euro-style, corporate look” I’d go with a 1 day to 2 week look. Wait till you have a nice stubble and then trim your beard, using the clippers on the lowest setting, as needed. Do not trim up the neckline or cheek line, as the natural stubble look is what you should be aiming for. If you’re looking for a “corporate beard” I would aim for about 1 to 2 months of length. In the meantime make sure to keep everything trimmed and tidy as mentioned above.

4. Care and Maintenance
To keep the length I’d recommend you use scissors instead of clippers as this will help prevent wrong guard mistakes and give you more control. Use a comb to pull out hairs to the desired length and trim away. Remember that less is more and you can always trim more another day. For maintenance at this stage I’d recommend rinsing the beard thoroughly every day in the shower and to apply beard oil daily. You can also wash your beard with a beard wash anywhere between 1 and 3 times a week.



You’re on a first date. You’re dressed to impress. The trousers are clean pressed, shirt is starched, pocket square and watch look great!...


You’re on a first date. You’re dressed to impress. The trousers are clean pressed, shirt is starched, pocket square and watch look great! When you arrive, she’s smiling at you and then looks down and sees it. Your cracked, 10-year-old, square toed leather shoes. FAIL The first impression is done. Dress shoes, gentleman. They can make or break an outfit. Many studies have shown that shoes are one of the first things women notice on an outfit. So how can you be sure to make a killer first impression? This eBook gives you everything you need to know about men’s dress shoes. From which ones to buy first, to how to care for them correctly. 



This guide is an overview of men’s dress shoe formality meant to help you “generally” understand shoe types, the levels of dress, and what style shoe can be worn with what style clothing. Note – this ebook does make generalizations that some shoe aficionados may have issue with. I admit it’s not perfect – if you have suggestions, email me. In later chapters we’ll tackle the issue of color matching and address specific styles like suede and cordovan. Like most things in life, if you break it up into sections and apply a few guidelines it turns out to be pretty simple.

Balmoral (Bal) The dressiest oxford men’s footwear selection. Sleek, refined, most often sold in black or brown but appropriate in any dark conservative color. Style variations include plain, toe, cap toe, brogue, and whole cut. Appropriate for a suit, if casually styled works with sport jackets and odd trousers. Do not combine with jeans or chinos. Every man who owns a suit should own a pair of classic oxfords that are minimally styled. If you wear suits daily, you should rotate three pairs or more.
Bluchers Less dressy than Bal oxfords, and identified by lacing system sewn outside of shoe. Well-dressed men know these can be worn with a suit, but are better with an odd jacket and trousers. They can be worn with jeans assuming they are casually styled. Style variations include cap toe, wing tip, brogue, wide variation in materials like suede and mixed leathers.

Common variations are:  Saddle shoes  Derby’s  Spectators  Laced moccasins A classic shoe that should serve as your 2nd or 3rd pair depending on needs -the more extreme the styling, the less versatile the shoe. Men’s Boots Dress boots are meant to be worn when the weather dictates protecting the ankles from water, mud, and snow. In levels of formality they should not be worn with a suit, although they can if the weather calls for it

If wearing under fair weather conditions, boots should be worn under the rules applicable to a pair of informal bluchers. Style variations include cap toe, wing tip, brogue, wide variation in materials especially water resistant leather cuts. Appropriate for a sport jacket and odd trousers or jeans. Only wear with suit in rainy/snowy weather.

A man should consider boots if he is exposed to conditions that warrant their wear - otherwise, reserve them for your 4th to 5th pair. 
Men’s Loafers or Slip-ons The least dressy choice, they are a product of comfort and convenience. Only with a suit when traveling, they are at home with a casual odd jacket and trousers minus necktie. Can be worn with jeans or chinos as well. Style variations are wide -usually the more delicate and closer resemblance to oxfords the dressier. Also, the greater the exposure of sock the less formal. Common variations are 
 monk straps
 tassel loafers 
 penny loafers 
 unlaced moccasins.  
Loafers are a traveler’s best friend -easy to slip on and off when going through airport security or when relaxing on the plane. I recommend they be the 2nd pair a traveling man owns or the 3rd pair for a man who like to look sharp around town in jeans and button down shirt.



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bonne début de semaine mes amis
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