French Truckers fashion blog digs the best of men’s fashion on a daily basis. Whether it is about timeless like the lastest trends, affordable like high-end fashion, we broach the subject under different forms: selected items, looks, fashion advices, tests , trend analysis, new collections, reports, brands histories and a huge shopping guide with more than 1300 brands with their stockists.
A pair of canvas sneakers is always nice when it is new, but quickly get dirty as you wear it. Fortunately, this type of shoes can be washed in most of the cases, to get them back like new. Proof here: two examples I have illustrated below. For that, I’ve experienced the manual method and… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
As it was from the beginning of our trip in Catalonia, a beautiful weather was there making perfect days to stroll along Barceloneta beach. I had just bought this t-shirt during the sales, and I really couldn’t wait wearing it in a shooting. What I couldn’t believe is: I would get caught by the pure… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Summer has finally come, and everyone can now start to enjoy some hot waves, even in the Mediterranean sea! Let’s take boardshorts out of our closet now. Though they were created for surfing, boardshorts have expanded to a wider public over the years. Well, try not to show off exaggerately if the last time you… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
After France, Spain and Italy, let’s follow up the trip of our favorite fashion blogs around Europe. This week, as the Berlin fashion week just ended, we felt like stopping in the country of poets and thinkers : Germany. Actually, there are many fashion enthusiasts, lifestyle sharers and every other type of bloggers in this… Read moreno validationand2 comments for this article.
The first day we arrived in Barcelona, this blue sky contrasted with the weather we had until then in France, do not worry, we easily adapted to this change. The sun soon leaved marks on our pale faces and on my bold head. So much that I should ask Romano to borrow one of his… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
It is not necessary visiting the most beautiful avenue in the World to find a triumphal arch, Bacelona has one as well, in the middle of la Ribera quarter, at the end of passeig de Lluis Companys. It is during one of our multiples walks in the city that we decided to stop at the… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
“Selvedge” is a word that you probably heard many times if you are directly or indirectly interested in trousers, jackets, shirts and everything else made with denim. Where does it come from? Why is this word never off jeans amateur’s lips? Let’s start with the beginning, by definition selvedge is the contraction of “Self Edge”,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Quite hard to miss the most famous monument of Barcelona during a trip in the Catalan capital, I mean the Sagrada Familia. This romanesque basilica (it isn’t a cathedral as no bishop sit there, even if it has the same shape) was built in honor of the Holy Family from 1882 according to the Gaudi’s… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
After the short break driving my MG on Montjuic hill heights, let’s meet up in the same area for a short walk. We will start from Plaza España, at the bottom of these two Venitian columns built for the 1929 World’s fair as the entrance. Well, wearing my Armistice shoes I’m heading for the Palacio… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
This may be source of interest if you’re taller than 6.4 ft or a UK13 size (or more). Jackets and shirts sleeves, trousers legs you find in stores are way to short for you, then you try some XXL, then shoulders does not fit well, and trousers look like baggies! Well ok, you can easily… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.