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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Dress Well, Be Well

John B. Marine | 9:09 PM | Be the first to comment!
"Dress Well, Be Well" (or DressWellBeWell) is a blog by fashion blogger Kelly Bibza. In it, she showcases her fashion style as well as provide health insights. The health insights are important, as she has battled chronic illnesses, such as Lyme Disease. Her blog even offers up a little travel insight. So Kelly offers a little of everything in her blog while also going through a lot in her childhood. I figured this was an opportunity to introduce Kelly and her blog to you all. Therefore, this blog post offers up a look at this blog as well as a few thoughts of mine on Kelly and her blog.


Before I Begin...

To avoid potential copyright issues, I will not link pictures or anything of Kelly. All opinions expressed are of my own. Links to all material will be featured later in this blog post.






Dress Well, Be Well


I am honestly not sure how I came across Kelly Bibza or "Dress Well, Be Well." Kelly is a fashion blogger who is from the greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA area in a suburb called Grove City, PA, USA. Her "Dress Well, Be Well" blog features Kelly in a number of outfits ranging from casual to chic. She has faced a number of hardships in her life. Most notably, she has dealt with Lyme Disease. She even once created a powerful post about her health issues in a post called "Beauty and the Invisible Beast." However, she claims that fashion has helped her remain strong. Kelly even will discuss travel in her blog. So she offers a little of everything in her work.


Thoughts on Kelly and Her Style.

I think Kelly Bibza is a beautiful lady with angelic beauty. Kelly has no problem putting together charming outfits. There were maybe a few outfits I didn't really feel from Kelly, but she is fairly solid with her looks and personality. Kelly will look very stunning with a handful of chic outfits expressing her elegance and charm. On the casual side, she will sport some cool jeans outfits and even may go cowgirl with some chic cowboy ankle boots. It is also possible she'll look chic wearing a romper or some kind of casual skirt outfit. Kelly wears some wonderful dresses of both the casual and chic variety. I think if you visit her blog or see her social media content, you will find her style to be adorable and stylish.


What I Would Tell Kelly (if she were reading this)?

Kelly, you are a beautiful lady with lovely fashion style. I admire most, if not all of your outfits. Your health and wellness insight are much appreciated as well. I wish you continued success with all of your work. I'm sure if my visitors enjoy my blog post about you, then I'm sure they will feel the same way about your amazing style and insight. Keep going strong... like the beautiful warrior that you are!


For More Information...

If you liked my blog post introducing you to Kelly Bibza and her blog, I invite you to visit her blog at dresswellbewell.com.





I think you will find Kelly's blog to be a wonderful one. But of course, that's just me and how I feel about her work. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Friday, August 9, 2019

Half-and-Half

John B. Marine | 3:40 PM | | | Be the first to comment!
A fashionista divided- half-and-half outfits is one garment halved with two different colors or patterns Wearing two things at once usually leads to a hot mess. What about half-and-half clothing, though? From tops to dresses and even swimwear, half-and-half garments offer two different sides of one garment. Hair can even be part of this half-and-half trend. Regardless, I will give my full effort blogging about the half-and-half trend. Should you care? How do I feel about it? Find out in this blog post!






Half and Half


Let me provide some pictures to help set up this blog post and let you know what I am talking about (best examples I could find):

half-and-half fashion trend dress
^ from: (Pinterest) - A fashionista divided. "Do I wear a light floral dress or a dark floral dress? Well... I'll wear both at the same time!"

half-and-half fashion trend dress
^ from: (Pinterest) - This dress has two different patterns and two different fabrics split down the middle.

half-and-half fashion trend coat
^ from: (Yahoo! News) - This coat has two different patterns.

half-and-half fashion trend pants
^ from: thecut.com - Want to wear pants or jeans? Why not both, according to these models?

As you can tell, the half-and-half fashion trend is a unique way of merging two different colors or patterns into one. It first sort of surfaced starting around 2017 or 2018. We normally think of clashing patterns as a fashion [I]faux pas[/I]. It is a fashion don't often times to try to have two wild patterns dominate one outfit. Most half-and-half garments are mostly two different styles split down the middle. It provides the character of a split personality.

The half-and-half style consists of either two solid colors together or a solid color matched with print. The former can be an alternative of color blocking, and the latter can be a serious mismatch if done wrong. Two different fabrics can also make the half-and-half trend unique. So it is possible to have a pair of denim bottoms matched up with some kind of sequin pants. What the half-and-half trend brings usually is that of a solid matched with some pattern. Maybe my only memory of the half-and-half style was when I remember (I think) Katy Perry once wearing a pants suit that was black one on half and white on the other.

Sometimes, the half-and-half trend can involve one garment with two different materials. For example, a pair of pants can have one side like an average pair of jeans while the other side can be some sequin leggings or something. This is another case of trying to have a best-of-both-worlds approach to dressing. Though, some opposed to this can say this is just another case of not knowing how exactly you want to style yourself. But... your call.

The half-and-half fashion trend can also pertain to hair. One person's hair could be one color on one side, and then a different color on the other side. Again- split down the middle. So in this instance, someone can be a blonde on one side, and then a brunette on the other. It provides yet another case of a split personality.


I give you the intro, now I give thoughts. Next section, please...




Thoughts on the Half-and-Half Trend


To me, I am not feeling this trend. I think the half-and-half trend is a pathetic excuse to try to merge two different pattern styles into one outfit. The end result is just something that lacks coherence and is a hot mess of fail often times. This style is for people who can't make up their own mind style-wise. Then again, maybe some fashionable types DO know how they want to dress, but the way they show that style is what makes the half-and-half style so confounding.

The only way I can see the half-and-half fashion style working is if someone needed something to suggest the most significant fashion styling exercise of the late 2010s. Other than that, avoid this like the Plague.


Should You Try the Half-and-Half Trend?

Sure- that is, if you want to show you have a split mind and a split personality on fashion. There are much better ways trying to bring together two different styles into one. This half-and-half trend is NOT one of them! This split down the middle stuff just leads to a hot mess of fail and usually doesn't end with stylish results. If you have something like a floral dress that has a light style to it and a dark style to it, pick one or the other rather than have both at once. Especially with garments split down the middle style-wise, you face a styling nightmare. How do you style one garment that looks like two different garments at once split down the middle? Also, don't get me started on jeans or pants that are denim on one side but with some other kind of pant on the other.

Say what you want- this trend is a styling nightmare and truly worthy of looking like a hot mess. Maybe you can get it right and style yourself right with half-and-half styles, but I just don't see it. It is the worst-case scenario of trying to style what seems like one garment with two different styles to it. Never have I found this split personality style deal to be stylish or even "cool." Try conveying ONE message for a change rather than try to say multiple things at once with no sense of coherence.


Extra Resources.

I offered you my thoughts on the half-and-half style. If you need more professional insight on half-and-half, try these resources. I am no fashion expert. Sometimes, it is better you get your fashion insight from those who know things much better than someone else. So therefore, help yourself to these resources:

The Half and Half Fashion Trend Divides Fall ’19 Collections (Sourcing Journal)
The Half-and-Half Trend Will Make You Feel Like You’ve Doubled Your Wardrobe (Instyle)
The half-and-half trend is here for those days when you can't decide what to wear (London Evening Standard)
Half Dressing Is The Bizarre New Trend Confusing Everyone (Elle)
Spring 2018 Runway Fashion Trend – Half & Half (Fashionsizzle)

I hope this helps you all out further.





That's all from me. If you want to discuss this topic, let's do so! Here's my question to you:

How do you feel about the half-and-half fashion trend? How would you style a half-and-half style outfit?

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Friday, July 19, 2019

Chic Sneakers: Time to Ditch the Heels?

John B. Marine | 11:54 PM | | | Be the first to comment!
Sneakers are primarily casual. However, some sneakers are actually stylish enough to go with casual outfits, preppy outfits, even semi-formal outfits, and even night out outfits. This blog post focuses on such sneakers and some associated outfits. Chic high-heel shoes will never go out of style. Some fashionistas wear sneakers primarily for casual wear or to even play down truly chic or formal outfits. However, could it be that chic sneakers may actually be BETTER than even the most foxy high-heel footwear? Could sneakers actually REPLACE your finest heeled footwear to wear with your most dressy outfits? I will investigate with this blog post.

I originally posted a topic on chic sneakers in my "John's Blog Space" blog back in 2010. I thought I posted this topic on "StyleSpace by JBM," but apparently not. Let me revisit this topic here in 2019 in my fashion/beauty blog.






Chic Sneakers


Sneakers are the perfect shoes to dress down fancy outfits. While that may be true, some dare to pair sneakers with certain dressy, classy, or night-out fashions. Any outfit can be made or broken (in my view) based on footwear choice. The wrong shoes can ruin any outfit. Some people even feel picking the wrong shoes can be a right decision- even including sneakers. A certain style of sneakers can either make an unlikely outfit better or worse.

A pair of sneakers usually suggest casual appeal. Rather than trying to be all dolled up in a sense, you are instead wearing shoes suggesting you are either a casual person or want to be sporty. Sneakers present an unprofessional mindset being expressed. The only times usually when sneakers are worn are mostly for Casual Friday at the office. That, or in certain environments where it is okay to wear sneakers as part of your work uniform or school uniform. However, styled right, and with the right kind of sneakers, some outfits can actually be great to pair with sneakers. Or they may provide some insight that such an unexpected footwear combination can actually work with a certain outfit.

In recent times, fashionistas have dared pair some of the cutest, classiest, and even sexiest outfits with sneakers. Sneakers have come to the point where they can be as stylish as even the most lustful pair of heeled footwear. Certain sneakers are becoming worthy and stylish alternatives to certain heeled footwear. To provide an example, a young female heading out to the nightclub could possibly pair a sexy or silky mini dress with a pair of chic sneakers rather than wear some sexy pumps or sexy sandals. Are sneakers better with flirty or sexy outfits? No way (to me). Some outfits are better paired with chic shoes as opposed to sneakers. However, that won't stop some fashionistas from daring try to pair sneakers with some classy or hot outfits. Some sneakers go well with certain kinds of outfits; a lot of others do not.

Some designers of chic style sneakers include the likes of Balenciaga, Superga, Ash, Isabel Marant, and others. Some other footwear designers wear sneakers that would be fairly okay to go with non-casual outfits like Robert Clergerie. A certain number of designers can design sneakers that actually can go very well with outfits more classy than they. Various chic sneakers, especially of high-end and luxury designers can really go fairly nicely with such outfits. Keep in mind that we will not be discussing the likes of (for example) Converses or Vans being paired with various chic/formal/sexy outfits. Instead, it's about various outfit and sneaker pairings that actually work.


Chic Sneakers: Time to Ditch the Heels?

We all know nothing makes a female feel confident and appealing than wearing some high heel footwear. That confidence is boosted with clothing that emphasizes one's appeal ranging from classy, elegant, to even sexy. You match chic appeal with chic appeal by pairing outfits such as a mini dress with some feminine high heels for exquisite looks. However, can sneakers overtake heels as far as chic and sexy outfits are concerned? Could we possibly see more flirty and sexy mini dresses/skirts paired with any number of sneakers instead of any kind of high heels?

Some believe pairing the same classy, elegant, and/or sexy outfits are NOT hurt by wearing sneakers. In fact, some even want to wear evening-type outfits in the daytime with sneakers. Some fashionistas do not seem to want sneakers to only be comfortable shoes to transition with after a long time in more classy or chic footwear. There are cases where it seems certain sneakers are being made to be as much of versatile shoes as some versatile outfits. When I came up with my blog post regarding dresses paired with sneakers, it was Kendall Jenner wearing a pair of Adidas sneakers to go with a cute and hot polka dot mini dress. This means almost any fashionista could possibly look equally hot if wearing certain chic outfits that would look better in almost any sort of footwear besides sneakers- even flip-flop/thong sandals. Even sheepskin boots. Even rubber clogs. Maybe even sporty slide sandals.

Only a certain few styles of sneakers can actually be good- and even a bit unexpected- paired with certain chic outfits. If some fashionistas wanted to, they wish they'd look just as stylish in some Converses or Vans as they would be in chic high-heel footwear. This is almost as much as some females wished they could wear flip-flop/thong sandals with every outfit. Some outfits just don't go together with sneakers no matter how hard one tries to make them work with some outfits. I would rather (for example) see the traditional red high-heels be paired with a hot outfit rather than some fashion or active sneakers be paired with some hot outfit. Also, I doubt we'll be seeing fashionistas who'll talk about how sexy their sneakers are, as opposed to any elegant pair of high-heel footwear.


Chic Sneakers: Time to Ditch the Heels? Keds Thinks You Should!

"Dare to be different. Dare to dance the night away. Dare to ditch the heels."

-ad campaign for Keds x Kate Spade New York

Some shoe designer SHOULD want you to ditch your heels! That designer is Keds. A collaboration of Kate Spade New York and Keds has led to comfortable sneakers that are as chic and as unique as a lot of your favorite dressy footwear. Most of all, this collection assures you can still enjoy your formal or dressy outfits without having to wear such uncomfortable chic shoes for extended periods of time.

I want to make a blog post regarding this collection in the future. But for now, if you want to learn more about this sneaker collection, please visit Keds x Kate Spade New York collection at Keds.com.





Chic Sneakers: Some Examples...


The emphasis on this blog post is on chic, fashion sneakers. I need to clarify this as best as I can. So that is what this section is for. I want you to envision something before you go any further. Take either your favorite classy, chic, formal, or even sexy outfits; and instead of a chic pair of pumps or sandals (or even boots), replace the footwear with sneakers. Would your outfit(s) still look great trading heels for sneakers? That said, let me share some sneakers with you.


Chic Sneakers: Sneaker Examples.

As long as you have an eye for style, certain sneakers look stylish enough to compliment outfits rather than completely ruin them. The wrong pair of shoes can ruin any outfit or even throw off the balance of an outfit. By no means are the sneakers I have pictured in this section are perfect to go with outfits. They are, however, some sneakers that shouldn't hurt even classy, formal, or even sexy outfits. So take a look a few sneakers I think will NOT ruin a lot of non-casual or non-sporty outfits:


Chic Sneakers: Picture Examples.

These are some sneakers that could nicely compliment, or at least be unexpected with chic, classy, even formal, or even night-out/sexy type feminine fashions. Take a look:

Robert Clergerie sneakers
^ from: www.kristimishell.com - These sneakers are styled in such a way that they could be footwear to compliment at least semi-formal outfits and some other dressy outfits.

Chanel transparent sneakers
^ from: hardlyeverwornit.com - As worn once by Kylie Jenner with a silk mini dress, these Chanel transparent sneakers offer sportiness and style in one package.

Cape Robbin metallic leatherette jogger sneakers
^ from: (Amazon) - These are a chic take on some sporty sneakers. Note the quilted, kind of studded detail of these sporty sneakers. The low, sporty profile can make these sneakers a rather unexpected pair of sneakers to go with dressy outfits.

metallic quilted slip-on sneakers
^ from: zulily.com - Laces a problem? No worries- go slip-on! Go laceless!

glitter sneakers
^ from: www.shoestale.com - Try a pair of glitter sneakers to glam up your casual wardrobe! Girly sneakers like these could even compliment some of your more dressy outfits.

Keds Kate Spade glitter sneakers
^ from: keds.com - Meant to be worn as alternative shoes for formal outfits (mostly wedding brides), glitter sneakers like these offer comfort after being around in formal high-heels.

Superga platform sneakers
^ from: (Amazon) - These platform sneakers may be casual, but their style suggests they could also go with dressy outfits.

shiny metallic sneakers
^ from: softsurroundings.com - These metallic sneakers could possibly be worn with your dressy outfits without ruining a dressy outfit.

Keds leather glitter sneakers
^ from: keds.com - The glitter detail at the back and the metallic shoelace detail make these a rather dressy pair of sneakers.

Fenty PUMA bow sneakers
^ from: stylenb.com - These bow sneakers combine sporty and girly in one package. Their profile nearly suggests athleisure, though they could easily make dressy outfits a bit more cute. Would you dare pairing these sneakers with your most dressy outfits?

Keds bow sneakers
^ from: www.keds.com - These bow sneakers combine sporty and girly in one package. Would you dare pairing these sneakers with your most dressy outfits?

Spree Picky bow sneakers
^ from: spreepicky.com - These sneakers entirely replace shoe laces with a ribbon-type set of shoe laces. These may seem like childish shoes, but they are of women's size. These sneakers can make you cutely casual with even your dressiest outfits!


These sneakers are only a few examples of what can be possible trying to pair sneakers with even the most chic outfits. I mostly looked at white-colored sneakers, but I'm sure a lot of these sneakers are also offered in other colors in case you are interested in them. It's still safe going with the basics rather than try anything outlandish or unusual. Do any of these sneakers seem like sneakers you could wear with chic or formal outfits of some kind? I'll leave the shopping around to you on this one.



Chic Sneakers: Outfit Examples

Elegant outfits meet sneakers. The end result? You decide. Here are examples of outfits I consider elegant, yet topped off with sneakers as the footwear of choice. You decide whether or not these outfits could have been better with chic shoes, as opposed to sneakers:

"Power Pants" (The Professional Cinderella) « a somewhat elegant outfit of a blouse and palazzo pants but paired with platform sneakers.
"DOPASOWANA SUKIENKA MIDI NA LATO" (Kolorowa Dusza) « sheath dress with sneakers.
"PAILLETTES UN JOUR, PAILLETTES TOUJOURS !" (Marine Guillemette) « a sparkling mid-length dress with platform metallic sneakers.

For the record, I think the first link I posted was rather cute to pair with sneakers. The others I mentioned are your call on if sneakers were the right choice to complete those outfits.




Chic Sneakers: SHOULD You Ditch the Heels? (Final Thoughts)


It is your call. I would tell you to retain the heels and don't make any silly fashion decision of trying to look stylish. Fashion will teach you that you can make ANY outfit work as long as you have the proper pieces and know how to pull off certain outfits.

Having said all of this, I would advise against making sneakers your primary footwear for most classy, sexy, or formal outfits. There is a reason why we love heeled footwear. The main reason is because they emphasize style and exude confidence. You just don't get that appeal for your feet and your overall outfit with sneakers. Try as you might, it is going to take a lot to say that a certain pair of sneakers work better for some sexy/classy/formal outfits than even the most charming heeled footwear.

Sneakers provide one advantage that can not be debated- comfort. Wearing a pair of mostly hard chic shoes can feel unbearable, and so you need some sneakers to give your feet and heels some support after extended periods of walking. Sneakers provide this comfort. Only so few sneakers can actually be just as stylish with outfits to maintain a stylish balance. Most other sneakers would ruin even some of the finest outfits.

If you prefer lace-up shoes that do not ruin most outfits, consider oxford shoes or brogues. But once again- whether or not you should trade chic heel shoes for sneakers is your call. If you can pull off great looks with sneakers, even as unexpected shoes to complete outfits with, go for it. For me, I'd stick to the basics. Don't fix what isn't broken. Don't be too much a fashion rebel.


Chic Sneaker Influences.

Do you need some influence that sneakers can be just as chic with outfits as any heels? Here are some resources:

"Silk Dress and Sneakers" (Gal Meets Glam)
"31 Ways to Wear Sneakers With Your Party Outfits" (Glamour)
"Dresses With Sneakers for Women: How to Wear?" (LadyLife)
"9 Ways to Pair Sneakers With Skirts and Dresses" (COSMOPOLITAN)
"Casual Chic: Sneakers to Go With Your Workwear" (SnippetX)
"10 Pairs of Sneakers That are Almost Too Chic to be Called Sneakers" (Prevention)


Those are my final thoughts regarding sneakers as chic shoes. If this topic generates enough interest, I may offer some shopping resources of sneakers hand-picked by me that I consider chic or dressy. Let me know if you're interested. If so, I will edit this post to include such sneakers you can shop for online.





This post actually took quite some time to develop, because I want to make sure my posts are of the best quality- even casual ones. So I am a bit sorry I didn't release this any sooner. I had been working on it for a few days or a few weeks. Still, it has been released, and I hope you enjoyed this post! Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Friday, June 28, 2019

Bike Shorts

John B. Marine | 9:32 AM | | | | Be the first to comment!
(UPDATED: July 10, 2019)
Even if you are not a bicyclist, bike shorts have trended a lot lately. Bike shorts are form-fitting active shorts that usually hit somewhere between mid-thigh and sometimes above the knees. I get bored with leggings and skinny bottoms often times that I'm like... "why THIS trending?" Either way, bike shorts are here and are trending like mad. Time to discuss these form-fitting shorts in some extra detail with my own opinions.


LATEST UPDATE(S)/REVISION(S)

JUL 10 2019 - added extra shopping resource






Bike Shorts


Here is a pair of bike shorts to help set the mood of this blog post:

bike shorts
^ from: www.rainbowshops.com - Bike shorts have trended recently, proving you don't have to be a cyclist to enjoy them.

active bike shorts
^ from: www.aritzia.com - Bike shorts- sort of the way they were meant to be worn.

fashion bike shorts
^ from: www.lulus.com - This picture is an attempt at making bike shorts chic, which is mostly how a lot of fashionistas will wear the bike shorts trend.

As a sports fan, I often times watch cycling competitions. So I am very aware of seeing bike shorts being worn by cyclists. Everything from various cycling events worldwide to famed cycling events like le Tour de France have several cyclists sporting cycling-specific gear, including the aforementioned bike shorts.


General Thoughts on Bike Shorts.

My basic thoughts on bike shorts are twofold. For one, bike shorts are very much practical as being long shorts to wear. Bike shorts are also functional for active types. They also can be stylish as unisex bottoms- meaning both males and females wear bike shorts.

On the other hand, I am not at all a fan of bike shorts as basic fashion. To me, it's more of the form of these shorts. Slim-fitting and hitting mid-thigh or to the knees... just not attractive to me in the least sense. As much as I hate on the '80s for various fashion mishaps that people otherwise consider "cool," bike shorts is just one of those past styles people bring back just to try to look "cool." I guess bike shorts coincide with the trend of "ugly" active sneakers trend in trying to make '80s and early '90s activewear chic. Maybe even this trend of bike shorts is trying to add to the athleisure or (a trend I never fully understood) off-duty model chic styles. Either way, I am not excited about bike shorts, and I have yet to see someone actually look stylish in bike shorts.


Examples of Bike Shorts.

I found a few blog posts to demonstrate fashionistas wearing bike shorts. Take a look at what I found just to give you some insight on these shorts being worn and how they look on them. Only one fashion personality I follow has mostly taken in the bike shorts trend that I can immediately think of, and that is French fashion blogger Marine Guillemette. So here you go:

"LE CYCLISTE ZÉBRÉ !" (Marine Guillemette) « animal-print, fashionable bike shorts.
"LA TENDANCE CYCLISTE !" (Marine Guillemette) « somewhat proper bike shorts, part of a chic outfit.


Now that you have perspective, it's time I offer some final thoughts.




Bike Shorts: Final Thoughts


Bike shorts are more practical as being long shorts among the active set. At the same time, however, they just don't appeal to me among active outfits like short running shorts or long active capris (like cropped yoga pant leggings, for example). I feel bike shorts are just another way to remind people just how horrid '80s or early '90s fashion style is. As if we NEED more reminders of ugly trends and horrid trends.

If you are an actual cyclist, surely wearing bike shorts would be an essential part of your cycling outfit. If you are just another person trying to look stylish or try the latest fashion trends, stay far away from bike shorts. I'll only care about bike shorts when they actually become fashionable enough for me to care. Until then, I will further cringe about most outfits paired with bike shorts. Oh, and don't even bother trying to pair them with some kind of preppy outfit or even with the most foxy footwear there is- these shorts just don't work at all to me. You're better off wearing Bermuda shorts or long board shorts instead as far as long shorts are concerned.


You may participate in the next section or move on. It's up to you.






Bike Shorts Online


Even if I trash certain fashion trends, I feel I am being only one-sided if I just express my opinions and not give you a chance to do something about it if you disagree. That is what I feel makes my fashion/beauty blog a great bit different from a lot of others. So feel free to take a look at these items below if you want your own bike shorts online. Get some for yourself or for someone else. Help support me and my work any way you can; this is one way to do so. Have a look:

NOTE: Most of the items were are mostly for women's bike shorts.









(ADDED: July 10, 2019)
Here is an additional shopping resource for you all. Have a look: women bike shorts.

Happy shopping! :)





That concludes this blog post. Care to discuss bike shorts? Here's a question I have for you:

What do you think about bike shorts, both as fashion and as activewear?

Continue to support my work any way you can- even if you dislike me or my opinions! Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Embracing Pinterest for Fashion/Beauty

John B. Marine | 1:51 PM | | Be the first to comment!
Pinterest is a social medium for sharing a certain collection of images under a certain theme. For fashionable types, it allows for inspiration posting of outfits and items. I never embraced Pinterest fully until a month ago (as of May 14, 2019). I posted about using Pinterest more than I ever have in a recent post in my main blog, "John's Blog Space." Now, I am here to discuss using Pinterest if you are into fashion/beauty. This will not be any fully detailed post on Let me continue this casual post regarding Pinterest and fashion. Of course, all posts on "StyleSpace by JBM" have to have some kind of fashion/beauty connection.


My Pinterest Experience So Far.

The first Board I started was on April 15, 2019; and it was about dresses with sneakers outfits that I actually like. This first Board I created was eventually called "Dresses With Sneakers Outfits That Actually WORK." As much as I felt the need to express thoughts of mine with any sort of material, I felt it was only right to do so with Pinterest. So I came along with many more different Boards on Pinterest sharing my mind about various other things. I thought it only seemed fair to try to express various thoughts under a certain category or categories. Ideas and collections I want to share are still fresh in my mind the more I want to use Pinterest. For the most part, maybe I overlooked or disregarded Pinterest when I probably shouldn't have.


What is Pinterest for Fashion/Beauty Types?

Pinterest could be a great collection of ideas. For example, if you want to show off pictures of beautiful wedding dresses, all you have to do is collect various images of wedding dresses you like. I created a number of Pinterest Boards expressing certain topics. Relevant to this blog post, a lot of my Boards relate to specific outfits and other things. When I created this first Board regarding dresses with sneakers outfits that I actually like, I wanted to try to find as many different pictures as possible to help exhibit my own fashion tastes. Some of the different pictures are simply copies of what I have previously added to Pinterest Boards. It is like I am creating a blog post on Pinterest by providing visual expressions of what it is I am trying to convey to others. So I made the focal point of my Board on dress with sneakers outfits based on an outfit put together by Kendall Jenner when she wore a polka dot mini dress with Adidas sneakers. I then looked for various other dress + sneaker combinations that I thought worked. You really will have to look around even be lucky to find more ideas on Pinterest to help fill your Boards.

I later went ahead and tried more Boards with different topics. So I even looked into things like focusing on certain garment types and certain styles of footwear. I wanted to prove (for example) that boat shoes can be pretty cute for fashionable females. I also tried to prove that rompers/playsuits can be stylish, even though most people think rompers are for babies and children. Some of the Boards you create can have a lot of Followers following your work. So keep expressing yourself any way you please!

Pinterest takes on a different personality when you are a fashion retailer. Especially if you design your own fashions, you can showcase your fashions and offer links for where to buy your fashions if you market them on Pinterest. If you're inclined, you can share a link to your posted fashions that you post on Pinterest in case of potential buyers. So Pinterest can be a great marketing tool for your fashion line if you are using Pinterest to showcase your material. I think you have more leverage on Pinterest with marketing fashion than you do on Instagram. Speaking of Pinterest vs. Instagram...


Pinterest vs. Instagram.

While I don't fully understand Pinterest, I do at least have a general idea as to what you use Pinterest for and how to utilize it. Pinterest is picture-sharing social media, but not in the case of Instagram. I would probably say Pinterest is better for you if you are sharing some of your own physical or digital goods. There is, however, a HUGE difference between Pinterest and Instagram. The biggest difference between the two is that Pinterest does not use or utilize tags for any pictures. So whatever ideas may be offered for a Pinterest Board may not completely suit what the board is about. The inclination is more towards visual searching. Pinterest also involves material already posted online rather than Instagram showing material actually already posted by individuals themselves. You can, though, upload your own images and put them in your own Boards. Your images could also be part of other peoples' Boards. You can think of Pinterest more like your own saved collection of images you'd probably put in a collection as if you were doing image searches with your favorite search engine.


In Case You're Interested...

You can see the Pinterest boards I put together by visiting the following link: my Pinterest site. If you want to start your own Pinterest Boards, sign up for Pinterest at www.pinterest.com.





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Friday, April 19, 2019

Lace Dresses With Cowboy Boots

John B. Marine | 9:46 PM | | | Be the first to comment!
Lace dresses with cowboy boots offers a unique combination of feminine and adventurous style. Quintessential Bohemian chic can be had with this style outfit. Lace dresses are breezy and beautiful. Cowboy boots are stylishly tough. Combine the two, and... you get this look I am trying to define. So what do you think about this pairing? Let me share some pictures and stuff with you:

long lace dress with cowboy boots
^ from: (Pinterest - best I could find) - This long high-low lace dress is paired with cowboy boots.

short lace dress with cowboy boots
^ from: (Pinterest - best I could find) - This is a short lace dress paired with cowboy boots.

Personally, this is a sort of dichotomy I find to be stylish. The feminine flair of a lace dress with the toughness of cowboy boots can be a form of stylish toughness. I mentioned in a past blog post that cowboy boots can be quite beautiful. Usually, a lace dress with cowboy boots is usually popular for country weddings. Of course, a lace dress with cowboy boots can also be a fine styling exercise in Bohemian chic. By all means enjoy this fabulous style if you're interested in wearing a lace dress with cowboy boots!





That's what I think. What say you?

What do you think about wearing lace dresses with cowboy boots?

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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

The Right Shoes for Typical Foot Conditions

John B. Marine | 11:54 PM | | | Be the first to comment!
NOTE: The following blog post is a guest post. This post was originally created by Clarissa Rivera of Taos Footwear. If you want to credit or cite this work, please credit Clarissa for posting this article here on "StyleSpace by JBM."





Person, Jumping, Shoes, Red, Nike, City, Young, Fun
^ from: pixabay.com/en/person-jumping-shoes-red-nike-731280


The Right Shoes for Typical Foot Conditions

If you experience chronic foot pain or another foot-related condition, you’re not alone. In fact, the majority of Americans suffer from foot pain, yet many of us don’t know how to treat those symptoms or whether they require medical attention. You may be surprised to learn that simply buying a new pair of supportive boots or sandals may be enough to alleviate your pain.

While shoes alone can’t cure every condition, making your feet more comfortable is a great starting point for addressing many common foot symptoms. This article will cover some causes and types of foot pain as well as the shoes you should consider purchasing to reduce your symptoms.


Why Does Foot Pain Happen?

Pain can result from a number of factors, and the best way to determine the source of your pain is by considering the location and degree of pain. Heel pain, for example, is often caused by plantar fasciitis, a condition which becomes more common as we get older and may itself be the result of poorly fitting shoes.

On the other hand, more severe pain may be the sign of a heel spur, while symptoms in other areas could be related to something entirely different. That said, most mild to moderate pain and even some more severe cases can be helped simply by switching to a more comfortable pair of shoes.


How Shoes Can Alleviate Your Symptoms

The wrong pair of shoes can hurt your feet in a variety of ways, whether it’s from providing too little cushioning, not having arch support, or simply not fitting correctly. High heels, for example, can force your foot into an unnatural position, leading over time to pain in the ball of the foot.

If you have heel pain, your heel is likely overstressed as a result of wearing shoes that don’t distribute strain equally throughout the foot. In addition to finding a pair with better arch support and shock absorption, you may also benefit from custom inserts, which are designed based on the unique shape of your foot.

Other conditions, like bunions and swollen feet, may be aggravated by wearing shoes that are too tight or that don’t provide ventilation. You should also take your shoes off when possible and allow your feet to rest in order to give them time to recover. These small steps will have you feeling better in no time!

We all take our feet for granted, but they are often uncomfortable and overworked, which can lead to mild or more severe pain as well as other common conditions. Your shoes may be doing more damage than you think, so consider looking for a new pair so you can start feeling better as soon as possible.





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Monday, April 15, 2019

The Professional Cinderella

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The Professional Cinderella is the blog of Australian fashion blogger Heidi Landford. This fashionista excels with charming and sometimes dreamy fashions. Maybe part of her graceful nature is the fact she teaches ballet. No matter what, Heidi is a fabulous fashionista. Here is my post about this alluring Aussie on "StyleSpace by JBM!"






The Professional Cinderella


Here is my look at Heidi and her blogging work.


The Professional Cinderella.

Heidi Landford is an Australian fashion blogger who also teaches ballet. She hails from the Australian state of Queensland. It was her sister, Chelsey, who motivated Heidi to do fashion blogging after a lot of time was spent getting accustomed to fashion. Chelsey became the photographer of Heidi's wonderful pictures in The Professional Cinderella, which has been around since November 2014. I believe I first encountered Heidi on LOOKBOOK (or maybe Instagram) and quickly became fond of her style. On top of that, I eventually visited her blog and enjoyed her content further.

Heidi's style is very girly and sweet for the most part. She will look absolutely fabulous in dress and skirt outfits. A lot of her style features a number of dreamy and chic styles. She could show you lovely floral outfits of hers paired with some pretty sandals or ankle boots. She could wear rompers paired with some chic shoes or sandals. All the while, she smiles sweetly along with very sophisticated hairstyles.


Thoughts on Heidi.

To me, I think Heidi is a totally beautiful lady. A lot of her outfits are very nice, and some even are totally amazing. She smiles sweetly and has a lovely hairstyle. These elements add to her wonderful style. Heidi totally shines in some of the most chic and girly outfits, even including a handful of dreamy outfits. True to her blog's namesake, Heidi is totally a princess. This princess proudly wears her crown looking absolutely fabulous. Heidi is truly easy-on-the-eyes beautiful. I can assure you that Heidi will have no problem finding the way to your heart because she is truly beautiful and has an exceptional sense of style. You need only visit her blog or see a lot of her social media to become sold on Heidi and her style.


If Heidi Herself is Reading This...

Keep up the great work and keep providing exceptional outfit posts of yours! Your style is amazing. Greetings from the United States!


For More Information:

Visit "The Professional Cinderella" by going to theprofessionalcinderella.com/.





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Sunday, April 14, 2019

Pink Lily Boutique

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#PinkLilyStyle is what The Pink Lily Boutique offers. What is Pink Lily Style? Try adorable and comfy fashions for women. This is a company that started from nothing to becoming immensely popular in the fashion realm. To that point, I have [finally] decided to blog about this designer and retailer after wanting to blog about them for quite some time.


Before I Begin...

This is a post I did on my own. I was not contacted by the company preparing this post, but I do offer my own commentary.






Pink Lily Boutique


Pink Lily Boutique was founded by a husband and wife team of Chris and Tori in 2014. While Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA is known as the home of the Chevrolet Corvette and Western Kentucky University (WKU Hilltoppers, represent!), it is also the base of Pink Lily Boutique. The company was founded in 2014 and opened its first store in 2017 in Bowling Green, KY, USA after a long time of selling their goods on eBay and Etsy. I learned of Pink Lily Boutique through Instagram, and especially some of their beautiful models. Many a fashionista today have worn some of Pink Lily Boutique's different garments. After being awed by many of their fashions, I followed their fine company and their many offerings. Many of these fashions are the kinds of clothes you'd wear casually out and about or even around the house. On Instagram (and maybe Facebook as well), they sometimes hold live streams showcasing their fashions and some of the latest arrivals.

To me, Pink Lily Boutique offers a unique array of adorable, comfortable fashions. While you may not find super luxurious chic, you will find great casual (and maybe semi-formal) fashions from Pink Lily Boutique. They feature a handful of styles including the latest trends. Clothing for plus size and maternity are offered by Pink Lily Boutique. Also offered are a vast array of shoes including pumps, sandals, boots, and sneakers. So there is a little of everything here for everyone to enjoy. They offer fashions for American sizes ranging from Extra Small (or X-Small or XS) to 2X. Their shoe sizes range from (American measurements) 5 US Women's to 11 US Women's.


Video Insight.

For video insight on this company, take a look at this video:


^ Pink Lily Boutique - 2018 Kentucky Pacesetter


Final thoughts about Pink Lily are coming up in the next section, so read on if you've enjoyed this post so far.




Pink Lily: Final Thoughts


Pink Lily offers a fun and diverse array of adorable fashions. While Pink Lily is its own flower, a lot of their casual fashions can be as beautiful as a rose. Pink Lily surely blossoms beautifully with their exceptionally styled items ranging from casual pieces to a lot of their girly chic garments. Even the models are cute! :) I think this company makes exceptionally adorable and stylish fashions for almost any fashionista for mostly affordable prices. At least be proud you can look totally stylish without breaking the bank with Pink Lily Boutique. If you can find some stylish pieces to wear from Pink Lily available in your size, then I don't think you will be disappointed in the least sense with the beautiful fashions offered by Pink Lily. So give Pink Lily Boutique a look-see if I have convinced you about them with this blog post.


For More Information...

Did I convince you about Pink Lily? Do you want to know more about them and shop for their clothes? You can do so by going to their official website at pinklily.com. Also, you can connect with them via social media by connecting to their social media profiles which you can find on Pink Lily's home page.





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Saturday, April 13, 2019

Girlie Girl Originals

John B. Marine | 10:39 PM | | Be the first to comment!
Girlie Girl Originals were made for manly men! Okay, not really. All kidding aside, Girlie Girl Originals offers fun and girly T-shirts and other goods with expressive messages and colors. Their designs stand out with playful colors and fun personality. I actually wanted to blog about Girlie Girl Originals for a few years. However, I never got around to making a post until now. So I hope you appreciate my efforts here.


A Note About Brands Posts...

All posts under the "Brands" category on "StyleSpace by JBM" boast my own personal opinions. I either am contacted by a brand, or I choose to make my own post about that brand. I chose to post about Girlie Girl Originals on my own.






Girlie Girl Originals


Let me blog about Girlie Girl Originals. But first, some pictures to set the mood...

Girlie Girl Originals T-shirt
^ from: (Amazon) - This T-shirt is an example of some of the many girly items offered by Girlie Girl Originals.

Girlie Girl Originals Southern
^ from: (Pinterest) - Not only is Girlie Girl Originals girly, it is also distinctively Southern.

Girlie Girl Originals Southern Cowboy
^ from: (Pinterest) - This shirt shows another example of Girlie Girl Originals' Southern style along with their colorful and expressive items.

According to Girlie Girl Originals' Twitter description:

"Girlie Girl Originals combine funny tag lines, fresh graphics and funky color combinations to create a one-of-a-kind t-shirt designs."

-Girlie Girl Originals' Twitter feed

Girlie Girl Originals is a designer of cool and casual T-shirts for females. The company is based in Booneville, Mississippi, USA. There are a number of brick and mortar stores selling their merchandise. Most of their physical stores are scattered across the American south and southeast, but there is even one GGO store in Missouri. And of course, you can shop for their goods on their official website (shared later in this post). A lot of the items from GGO mostly have some interesting message on the front of T-shirts followed by a colorful and expressive (and girly) set of quotes on the back of those T-shirts. Surely if you are a fashionista who loves wearing graphic T-shirts, you probably will not be disappointed with Girlie Girl Originals, unless you don't like the certain fun shirts GGO designs. Besides T-shirts, they also offer shorts, beanie caps, sherpas, scarves, and more.

Among Girlie Girl Originals' lineup of T-shirts and their messages, a lot pertain to... well, girly quotes. For example, "if I can't wear flip-flops, I ain't goin'." The message themes also consist of Southern-style quotes and even Holy Bible verses. They even offer merchandise for a number of colleges and universities. So it is safe to say that Girlie Girl Originals is Southern to the core while also injecting girly charm. You know, this isn't like, some company that pretends to be Southern but based in California or New York City or someplace. You girls out there reading this blog post can be assured girly, sassy, and Southern charm from Girlie Girl Originals.

Chances are, you probably are not going to style these shirts to make some of the most chic outfits. Instead, you're probably pairing these T-shirts with some skinny jeans and some sneakers or sandals. You probably will wear these shirts with jean shorts or cropped pants along with some boat shoes. Girlie Girl Originals is purely casual. I've seen a few Girlie Girl Original T-shirts worn, and it is just so cool letting average females showcase what kind of girly girl they are with these unique shirts.


Let me offer some final thoughts now on Girlie Girl Originals.




Girlie Girl Originals


Girlie Girl Originals is a company that does a great job of providing sassy and fun T-shirts for girls of just about any age to wear. Even if not a true Southern girl, there is still plenty of girly and fun charm to have wearing GGO's uniquely Southern and colorful T-shirts and other goods. There is no denying just fun these shirts can be. You can describe Girlie Girl Originals' items as almost anything you want, but they are anything but boring. Especially if you enjoy graphic T-shirts with interesting messages, you will not be disappointed with Girlie Girl Originals' lineup. Be girly! Be original! Go Girlie Girl Originals!


For More Information...

To learn more about Girlie Girl Originals, please visit www.girliegirloriginals.com. Hopefully I helped draw your interest to this brand.





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