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How To Wear A T-Shirt

9:25 PM

Def Style's 6 Ways To Wear A T-Shirt. 

Like a pair of jeans, the humble T-shirt is the must have item of a man’s wardrob, they are the building blocks that you can take in any direction you please, dressing them up or down depending on the occasion. Whether they’re timeless or trendy, to find out which T-shirts should be in our wardrobe right now.

1.The polo T-shirt
Wear it with: White trousers in the summer and your own accessories. Once upon a time, polo shirts were the domain of golfers and prepsters. Everything changed when successful advertising campaigns by companies like Ralph Lauren and Lacoste made us all realize how incredibly versatile this piece was. No matter what your style, a polo will be a useful addition to your wardrobe that you’ll be able to adapt to your unique look.  

2.The nautical tee
Wear it with: It’s stunning with white, so dress it up with a white blazer or keep it casual with cotton shorts. The nautical tee successfully combines fashion with function. Whether you’re down at the docks or chilling on a yacht, a nautical tee will stand you in good stead. Like this long-sleeved model from Ralph Lauren, you’ll want to get yours in lightweight cotton, which can be thrown straight into the wash in order to maximize its usage. Even if you don’t have a perfect physique, don’t be put off by wearing horizontal stripes as these are some of the most flattering lines you’ll ever come across.            

3.The graphic T-shirt
Wear it with: Make a graphic statement by mixing this T-shirt with gray jeans or corduroys, and throw on a blazer for funky, fuss-free style on a wild night out. Having made a major impact on the T-shirt market when it first appeared, the graphic tee remains a wardrobe must-have for stylish men from Johannesburg to Jacksonville to Kuala Lumpur.
4.The sports T-shirt
Wear it with: Slim fitting jeans and canvas sneakers. While you can’t get away with wearing your favorite player’s jersey on a regular basis as it’s neither acceptable office wear nor particularly stylish, you can show your love for the game at work by playing with a carefully chosen sports tee.
5.The deep V-neck T-shirt
Wear it with: Blazers make it smarter, cuffed denim keeps it casual and layering a cardigan over it takes it into fall. While a V-shaped neckline is never really outdated, you can increase the style quotient of your ensemble by choosing a tee with a deep V-neck rather than the standard collarbone length style. It's seasonless and will slim a less-than-ideal shape, making it appear more masculine. At the same time, the neckline isn’t so low that you’ll feel cheesy in it.
6.The granddad T-shirt
Wear it with: Denim or pressed cotton pants. In colder months, layer it underneath a plaid shirt to try out the American revival trend. Essentially a short-sleeve Henley, the granddad tee is reminiscent of those long-sleeve thermals your old man’s old man wore. This dark-navy option from G-Star is cut to skim the body and show off a gym-toned physique to its full advantage without being skin tight. 
You probably wear them so often you barely think about them, but the introduction of the T-shirt initiated a style revolution, just think about what it did for stars like James Dean and Steve McQueen and its power will become crystal clear.
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Drink Of The Month: Hemingway Daiquiri

12:06 AM
Hemingway Daiquiri

The daiquirí was one of the favorite drinks of writer Ernest Hemingway and president John F. Kennedy. Hemingway was a thirsty guy, make no mistake. And although he probably put away booze of all levels of quality, given the omnivorous nature of his appetite, he did have some noted favorites about which he was pretty particular. This drink is one of them.

History has it that the Hemingway Daiquiri, also known as the Papa Doble, was concocted during his time living in Havana, Cuba, by Constantino Ribalaigua, who tended bar at El Floridita. Hemingway probably drank his without the sugar, but we are including it in this recipe since most people like a little sweetness in this strong cocktail.

“Daiquiri” means a frozen, brightly colored fruit-and-booze slurry sucked out of a Styrofoam cup while stumbling around Bourbon Street, well, this isn’t the same thing. This is a lightly sweetened cocktail served in a Martini glass and put away like a man who knows how to hold his liquor...

The recipe calls for maraschino liqueur, made from cherries. A bottle of Luxardo maraschino liqueur will last for a long time in your liquor cabinet, but there are a handful of excellent cocktails that call for it, and it’s a very distinctive flavor that’s worth having available to you. If it was good enough for Papa, it damn well better be good enough for you.

2 oz White Rum
.75 oz Lime Juice
1 tsp Maraschino
1 tsp Grapefruit Juice
1 tsp Sugar

Shake with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.  Serve frappe.

Build all ingredients over crushed ice in a cocktail shaker. Give it a quick, sharp shake or two and pour into the Collins glass. Garnish with part of a spent lime shell.

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M e t r o s e x u a l

4:04 PM
M e t r o s e x u a l is quite a capacious term. Others you may not have heard seem to zero in on one or a few aspects of the male persona.

The newly popular media and marketing buzzword seems to mean different things to different people, but in general, a Metrosexual :

  • is a modern, usually single man in touch with himself and his feminine side;
  • grooms and buffs his head and body, which he drapes in fashionable clothing both at work or before hitting an evening hotspot;
  • has discretionary income to stay up to date with the latest hairstyles, the newest threads, and the right shaped shoes;
  • confuses some guys when it comes to his sexuality;
  • makes these same guys jealous of his success with the ladies -- for many metros, to interact with women is to flirt;
  • impresses the women who enjoy his company with the details that make the man;
  • Among them:
    • his flair for cooking
    • his savoir faire in choosing the perfect wine and music
    • his eye for interior design
  • is a city boy or, if living a commute away from downtown, is still urbane, if not rightly urban;
  • enjoys reading men's magazines... 

Metrosexual is not Gay

Some of the most commonly labeled metrosexual prototypes include English soccer star David Beckham and screen icons Brad Pitt, Hugh Jackman and Tom Cruise. All these men are as much models as they are sports stars or actors, welcoming the not-so-furtive female gazes like the walking billboards they've become.

In the end, if you've read this article to this point, then you're probably curious enough about the phenomenon to qualify as a metrosexual. Now, is that worth poppin' some guy in the mouth for? 

Please refer this sites if you got any questions about Metrosexual.
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A Well-Dressed Man.

3:10 PM
What’s his secret? The well-dressed man! Funny thing is, there are no secrets here! only signs. And they all point toward the well-dressed man. I have listed 10 signs of a well dressed man. A guidance perhaps.

No10- Proper brogues

Dingy, dirty shoes can make even the finest suit look, well, not so fine. Plain and simple, a freshly shined pair can spruce up even the most mediocre digs. Polish shoes in regular rotation about once a week, because they’re quite literally a reflection of my self.

No9- Cut and coiffed

Overgrown? Jersey-gelled? Waiting too long between cuts or, worse, plastering on the putty is the quickest way to go from dapper to douchebag. I'll seek my stylist every three to four weeks and go easy on the product. These are two rules that coif-conscious men follow religiously.

No8- Tailor-made

No matter what my closet contains, luxe labels, fine fabrics, the newest trends, it doesn’t mean much without a flawless fit. And that piece of advice isn’t reserved for a custom collection of suits and sport coats. And there is only way to know if the cut is right: always try before you buy.

No7- Color coordinated

Somewhere along the line say, after school, I have developed an eye for harmonizing hues. If i were left back a few grades in the dressing department, though, remember that colors should complement but never be matchy-matchy. In fact, feel free to experiment by contrasting colors in the most unexpected places.. like a pair of pink socks with even the subtlest of suits.

No6- Understated Elegance

It shouldn’t take a rainbow of Robert Graham button-downs, Ed Hardy shirts and a Louis V's-worth of jewelry to get you noticed. Then again, fading into background isn’t the answer either. The compromise? Wear one piece that says something (it can be anything from a blazer to a bracelet) and let the rest play a supporting role. In the end, your attire and accessories should make a statement, not put on a show.

No5- Vintage finds

Few men are fortunate enough to have a heap of valuable hand-me-downs; that’s where second hand shopping comes in. We’re not talking about Salvation Army-style dumpster diving for clothing by-the-pound. This is high end haberdashery at its best: think vintage watches and old school designer duds. They’re not always easy to find, but once i do come across them, i’ll never want to let go.

No4- Signature scent

Having an army of aromas isn’t just a waste of money, it’s downright olfactorily offensive. Men need, at most, just two fragrances. One should be lighter for daytime and warmer weather; the other more robust for nights and scent crushing colder temps. With proper application (a spritz behind the ears and on the wrists), both will become a part of me, rather than prematurely announcing your arrival.

No3- Pocket protection

Somewhere along the line, men forgot about the little things in life, like the all-important pocket square. Use it with a tux or dress up a denim-sport coat combo. The key, as i’ve already learned, is to mix rather than match. Employ the flat fold (look it up), and i’ll soon realize that the hanky is a minor detail with major impact.

No2- See clearly

We’re not all blessed with natural 20/20. So, if you’re holding off on going under the knife and your stash of contacts isn’t cutting it, good-old eyeglasses are your only option. And when it comes to specs, go bold or go home. Sure, they should always fit your face and it may take 30-plus pairs to find ones that do, but make certain they speak with the sureness of geek chic plastic or some angular metal.

No1- Confidence

Confidence- one word says it all. Without a little swagger in your step, nothing else matters.
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Dream Car Of Def Style (Power, Beauty and Soul)

5:39 PM
The modern Aston Martin DBS V12
Aston Martin DBS V12
Aston Martin DBS V12 Modified

Outstanding power with supreme control: the DBS represents the synthesis of raw power, race-bred technology and design excellence. Powered by a hand-built V12 engine producing 380 kW (510 bhp/517 PS), the DBS delivers breathtaking power and performance. Beneath the flowing lines of the lightweight bodywork, the DBS’s components have been honed to create an exhilarating driving experience: taut, dynamic and monumentally fast, but always highly controlled.

Striking beauty with an underlying strength: the dynamic abilities of the DBS are made explicit through the muscular elegance of its bodywork. Crafted from aluminum and carbon-fiber, every surface, curve, line and crease has a function, expressing the car’s potency, performance, agility and speed before the start button has even been deployed. The deep spoilers, flared wheel arches and essential scoops and vents convey pure athleticism, without compromising a quality that is integral to every Aston Martin: beauty.

The DBS is a machine with soul, created for the open road. As well as offering outstanding performance, the DBS is a luxurious sports car in the classic mould, a sporting two-seater that offers refinement, comfort and an unrivalled place to be for fast, elegant travelling.
The DBS is a technological tour-deforce wrapped in an exquisite body. The combination of modern materials and traditional skills is an essential element of the Aston Martin experience. In the DBS, the fusion of power, beauty and soul is without equal.

  • Base Price: RM1,355,534 (without tax)
  • Engine: 6.0 Litre 48-valve V12
  • Transmission: 6-Speed Manual (optional 6-Speed Automatic)
  • Drivetrain: RWD (Rear Wheel Drive)
  • Curb Weight: 1,695 kg (3,740 lb)
  • City Fuel Economy: 12 mpg-US (20 L/100 km; 14 mpg-imp)
  • Highway Fuel Economy: 18 mpg-US (13 L/100 km; 22 mpg-imp)
  • Horsepower: 510 hp (380 kW; 517 PS) at 6500 rpm
  • Torque: 420 lb·ft (569 N·m) at 5750 rpm
  • Wheelbase: 107.9 in (2,741 mm)
  • Length: 185.9 in (4,722 mm)
  • Width: 75.0 in (1,905 mm)
  • Height: 50.4 in (1,280 mm)


  • Max speed: manual 307km/h (191mph)
  • Max power: 380kW (510bhp/517 PS) @ 6500 rpm
  • Acceleration: 0-100km/h (62mph) 4.3 seconds 
  • Max torque: 570 Nm (420 lb.ft) @ 5750 rpm

      In-Car Entertainment

  • Bang & Olufsen BeoSound DBS sound system
  • Integrated Apple iPod® connector*4
  • USB connector with Waveform Audio Format (WAF), 
  • Windows Media Player (WMA) and MPEG (MP3) audio file compatibility
  • 3.5mm auxiliary socket


  • Semi-aniline leather and Alcantara interior
  • Matrix alloy facia trim and Iridium Silver centre console finish
  • Carbon fibre door trims and door pulls
  • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror with garage door opener (USA & Canada only)
  • Electrically adjustable seats
  • Memory seats & exterior mirrors (three positions)
  • Dual-stage driver/passenger front airbags
  • Side airbags (sports seats only)
  • Heated seats (sports seats only)
  • Heated rear screen
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Organic electroluminescent (OEL) displays
  • Trip computer
  • LED map lights
  • Cruise control
  • Hard Disk Drive (HDD) satellite navigation system*1,2
  • Bluetooth® telephone preparation*1
  • Powerfold exterior mirrors
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system*1
  • Alarm and immobiliser
  • Remote-control central door locking and boot release
  • Umbrella and holder
  • Tracking device (UK only)*3
  • Boot-mounted umbrella
  • Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) with Track mode
  • Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)
  • Emergency Brake Assist (EBA)
  • Traction Control
  • Front: Ventilated carbon ceramic discs, 398mm diameter with six-piston calipers 
  • Rear: Ventilated carbon ceramic discs, 360mm diameter with four-piston calipers
  • All alloy quad overhead cam 48 valve 5935cc V12
  • Compression ratio 10.9:1
  • Front mid-mounted engine, rear-wheel drive
  • Fully catalysed stainless steel exhaust system with active bypass valves


  • Two-door coupe body style with 2+0 seating
  • Bonded aluminium VH structure
  • Aluminium, magnesium alloy and carbon fibre composite body
  • Extruded aluminium door side-impact beams
  • High Intensity Discharge headlamps (dipped beam)
  • Halogen projector headlamps (main beam)

Introduced as an alternative to the standard six-speed manual gearbox, DBS customers will now be afforded the option of the ‘Touchtronic 2’ six-speed automatic transmission. Derived from the same ZF transaxle unit that was developed for the DB9, the system has been substantially re-engineered to accommodate the power and performance characteristics of the DBS.
The DBS Touchtronic transmission features a final drive ratio shortened from 3.15:1 to 3.46:1, aiding quicker acceleration times and an improved performance feel. Additionally, changes to the gearbox calibration aid more aggressive gear shifts and greater usability, while retaining the performance potential of the manual gear box – matching the 0-60mph (0-100km/h) time of 4.3 seconds. System functionality is consistent with that on the DB9, with ‘Park’, ‘Reverse’, ‘Neutral’ and ‘Drive’ modes selected via facia mounted controls.

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