Wife & 2 Kids

This is me, a wife and 2 kids. Respectfully described as Wifey, Kid1 & Kid2. Remember the Cat in the Hat's Thing 1 & Thing 2?! Yep those are my kids. Wifey is just my nickname for my wife. Follow me and you'll see that being a dad/husband isn't just "Honey Do" lists, black socks sandles & Mini-vans! It is so much more. Here you find random bits of stuff I like from architecture to shoes, lots of shoes! And all of the stuff me the Wifey, Kid 1 & Kid2 get in to on a daily basis.
selectism:

Originally designed for former Boston Red Sox left fielder, Ted Williams, this reworked Red Wing classic is reintroduced with green Kangatan Portage leather. For those seeking a rugged footwear offering, look no further. Invest in this Americana offering this coming winter. Take a closer look here.

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selectism:

Originally designed for former Boston Red Sox left fielder, Ted Williams, this reworked Red Wing classic is reintroduced with green Kangatan Portage leather. For those seeking a rugged footwear offering, look no further. Invest in this Americana offering this coming winter. Take a closer look here.

Approved - W2K

maninpink:

Style by Benjamin

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maninpink:

Style by Benjamin

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wantering-blog:

Pattern Play
How to mix prints like a style pro


    Don’t you wish you could wear all your prints together without looking like you got dressed in the dark? With our guide to mixing prints, you can wear your favorite patterns in ways you never knew existed. From floral on floral to stripes on stripes, see how street style stars and the biggest faces in the fashion world mix their prints to perfection. 
    Stripes on Stripes
    Update your styling techniques and pair your stripes together, no matter which way they’re headed. Wear horizontal striped tees with pleated vertical stripes like Bat Gio or for an effortless-casual look, wear similar-colored stripes in different directions, all at the same time.
    
        
                Marie Deuñas Jacobs in stripes at NYFW ss15.
        
        
            
                
            
        
        
                <span style=”font-size: 0.8rem; line-height: 1rem;” class=”-selected”>Giovanna Battaglia in a Reformation top and Marco de Vincenzo skirt at NYFW ss15.</span>
        
        
            
                
            
        
    Floral on Floral
    Combine your floral pieces and create a unique arrangement like blogger Susie Lau in brightly colored prints. Or raid your closet for anything of the same color to create a monochrome look worth replicating. 
    
        
                Susie Lau at NYFW SS15. 
        
        
            
                
            
        
        
                Florals at Stockholm Fashion Week Fall 2014. 
        
        
            
                
            
        
    Patchwork Prints
    When you can’t decide on which two prints to combine, just choose ‘em all! Rocking a look like below takes talent, but with the right designs and colors, you can definitely make it work. Patch together florals, plaids and dots in similar hues for an eclectic, photo-worthy ensemble.  
    
        
                Fashion Week goer in Milan wearing a Marc Jacobs top, Suno skirt and Proenza Schouler shoes.
        
        
            
                
            
        
    Art on Art
    Art prints are still huge this fall, so look to some of our favorite style stars to see how they style their outfits. The key to making two different patterns look good together, is either sticking with pieces within a collection or wearing complimentary tones like Hanneli. 
    
        
                Elena Perminova in Burberry at 
        
        
            
                
            
        
        
                Hanneli Mustaparta at Paris Fashion Week SS 2015.
        
        
            
                
            
        
    Dots on Stripes
    Leandra Medine knows a thing or two about taking fashion risks, making pretty much anything she puts together oh-so-right. For not so obvious inspiration, wear stripes as your basic with a bold, printed bottom. 
    
        
                Leandra Medine, blogger of Man Repeller, at Paris Fashion Week SS15.
        
        
            
                
            
        
    
    

Patterns. Approved - W2K

wantering-blog:

Pattern Play

How to mix prints like a style pro

Don’t you wish you could wear all your prints together without looking like you got dressed in the dark? With our guide to mixing prints, you can wear your favorite patterns in ways you never knew existed. From floral on floral to stripes on stripes, see how street style stars and the biggest faces in the fashion world mix their prints to perfection. 

Stripes on Stripes

Update your styling techniques and pair your stripes together, no matter which way they’re headed. Wear horizontal striped tees with pleated vertical stripes like Bat Gio or for an effortless-casual look, wear similar-colored stripes in different directions, all at the same time.

Marie Deuñas Jacobs in stripes at NYFW ss15.

Marie Deuñas Jacobs in stripes at NYFW ss15.

<span style=”font-size: 0.8rem; line-height: 1rem;” class=”-selected”>Giovanna Battaglia in a Reformation top and Marco de Vincenzo skirt at NYFW ss15.</span>

<span style="font-size: 0.8rem; line-height: 1rem;" class="-selected">Giovanna Battaglia in a Reformation top and Marco de Vincenzo skirt at NYFW ss15.</span>

Floral on Floral

Combine your floral pieces and create a unique arrangement like blogger Susie Lau in brightly colored prints. Or raid your closet for anything of the same color to create a monochrome look worth replicating. 

Susie Lau at NYFW SS15.&nbsp;

Susie Lau at NYFW SS15.&nbsp;

Florals at Stockholm Fashion Week Fall 2014.&nbsp;

Florals at Stockholm Fashion Week Fall 2014.&nbsp;

Patchwork Prints

When you can’t decide on which two prints to combine, just choose ‘em all! Rocking a look like below takes talent, but with the right designs and colors, you can definitely make it work. Patch together florals, plaids and dots in similar hues for an eclectic, photo-worthy ensemble.  

Fashion Week goer in Milan wearing a Marc Jacobs top, Suno skirt and Proenza Schouler shoes.

Fashion Week goer in Milan wearing a Marc Jacobs top, Suno skirt and Proenza Schouler shoes.

Art on Art

Art prints are still huge this fall, so look to some of our favorite style stars to see how they style their outfits. The key to making two different patterns look good together, is either sticking with pieces within a collection or wearing complimentary tones like Hanneli

Elena Perminova in Burberry at&nbsp;

Elena Perminova in Burberry at&nbsp;

Hanneli Mustaparta at Paris Fashion Week SS 2015.

Hanneli Mustaparta at Paris Fashion Week SS 2015.

Dots on Stripes

Leandra Medine knows a thing or two about taking fashion risks, making pretty much anything she puts together oh-so-right. For not so obvious inspiration, wear stripes as your basic with a bold, printed bottom. 

Leandra Medine, blogger of Man Repeller, at Paris Fashion Week SS15.

Leandra Medine, blogger of Man Repeller, at Paris Fashion Week SS15.



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Hanging with my models @kimdawsonagency before the @culturemapdal show at @shoptootsies&#160;! Are you curious yet?! #stylemakerawards - W2K

Hanging with my models @kimdawsonagency before the @culturemapdal show at @shoptootsies ! Are you curious yet?! #stylemakerawards - W2K