Hi, I'm Diego. #Dandy in the #Bronx. Fan of fashion and tech enthusiast. Avatar by: http://thymine.tumblr.com/

Catching Elephant is a theme by Andy Taylor

 

One of my favorite tartan pants from #jcrew. #bostonian shoes #happysocks Wore this to city island in the #bronx . See another angle At @dandyinthebronx full post tomorrow! (at www.DandyInTheBronx.com)

One of my favorite tartan pants from #jcrew. #bostonian shoes #happysocks Wore this to city island in the #bronx . See another angle At @dandyinthebronx full post tomorrow! (at www.DandyInTheBronx.com)

I visited this awesome #iLoveLucy themed #restaurant in the #bronx. Full post coming Monday! Follow @dandyinthebronx for more! www.DandyInTheBronx.com (at www.DandyInTheBronx.com)

I visited this awesome #iLoveLucy themed #restaurant in the #bronx. Full post coming Monday! Follow @dandyinthebronx for more! www.DandyInTheBronx.com (at www.DandyInTheBronx.com)

Rocking a #DanielWellington on this great day in the #bronx! Get out there! Follow my new blog for the full set at @dandyinthebronx www.DandyInTheBronx.com (at www.DandyInTheBronx.com)

Rocking a #DanielWellington on this great day in the #bronx! Get out there! Follow my new blog for the full set at @dandyinthebronx www.DandyInTheBronx.com (at www.DandyInTheBronx.com)

Anonymous asked
What will make me truly happy?

Whatever you believe in and can fight for. 

Anonymous asked
What is my name?

Anonymous so far!

Anonymous asked
what is short sentence about teachers?

Thank you teachers, for everything. 

I visited orchard #beach in the #bronx this past weekend! Got to try out my new shades and backpack. Check out the full set on my blog! Www.dandyinthebronx.com (at www.DandyInTheBronx.com)

I visited orchard #beach in the #bronx this past weekend! Got to try out my new shades and backpack. Check out the full set on my blog! Www.dandyinthebronx.com (at www.DandyInTheBronx.com)

Anonymous asked
hi diego what's your true face can we see it the whole people asking you??? please

You can check out my true face on my other blog www.dandyinthebronx.com

If you haven’t yet, follow my new project @dandyinthebronx !

dandyinthebronx:

Keeping it bright in the #Bronx.
My favorite part of this ensemble is my pocket square. This floral print hanky is from Frank & Oak and easily fits into many of my outfits.

The salmon colored pants come from the gap.
Shoes/Shirt - Banana Republic
Blazer - J. Crew
Pocket Square - Frank & Oak
Watch - Fossil

Friends! Join me in my new project @dandyinthebronx on instagram/twitter! I’ll be shifting focus there so please follow me! (at www.dandyinthebronx.com)

Friends! Join me in my new project @dandyinthebronx on instagram/twitter! I’ll be shifting focus there so please follow me! (at www.dandyinthebronx.com)

I’m launching my new project today called: Dandy in the Bronx!
Please join me at www.dandyinthebronx.com !
You can also join me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dandyinthebronx
I’ll be shifting over to my new site so please join me in the Bronx!

I’m launching my new project today called: Dandy in the Bronx!

Please join me at www.dandyinthebronx.com !

You can also join me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dandyinthebronx

I’ll be shifting over to my new site so please join me in the Bronx!

Anonymous asked
Hi, Diego .. how are you ? i just wanted to ask, What is the best " Motto in Life " ..

I’m great, thanks! I always live by: “I wanna be the very best. Like no one ever was.” and “I’m Diego.” 

Anonymous asked
is it okey to have 2 wives

If its ok with your wivies. 

wantering-blog:

Want Tip: How to Dress for Business in the Heat
When temperatures suddenly make you feel like you’re smack dab in the middle of a desert, the last thing you want to do is wear a heavy suit to work. But as much as you may want to rock t-shirt and shorts to the office, you just can’t escape that professional uniform. Don’t fry like an egg under the sun; use these hot weather business style hacks to keep you looking like a pro without breaking a sweat.
The Issue:
Hot days and tailored suits are a recipe for sweaty, sometimes dizzying, work days. You might have AC in the office, but once you step out of that building for lunch or a business meeting you know that heat is targeting you. Don’t be a sweaty fashion victim!
The Tip:
The trick to dressing for business for hot days is to go for a professional look comprised of menswear pieces that repel heat and let air circulate your body. Depending on the fashion standards of your office, here are three different business menswear styles to keep you cool while working with the heat:
1) Strict with the 2 Piece
When you have no choice but to show up to work in 2-piece suits, you can keep the effect of the sun to a minimum by going for materials like cotton, linen and seersucker; these natural materials are breathable. Instead of wearing a dark suit that absorbs a lot of heat, go for lighter varieties of grey, tan and navy.
Todd Snyder Grey Metallic Cotton Suit

J.Crew Ludlow Suit Jacket in Italian Cotton Piqué

2) Sans-Jacket
Lucky enough to go to work without a mandatory suit jacket? Make sure the shirt you’re wearing is tailored and fits your body well. Stay away from shirts that have baggy arm holes and excess fabric by the waist. Whether or not you choose long- or short-sleeve is up to you, but tucked-in short-sleeve shirts generally look better for guys with more muscular physique. When you’re expecting the weather to get cooler later in the day, you can wear a lightweight vest with your outfit.
ASOS Smart Shirt in Short Sleeves

John Varvatos Star USA 5B Peak Vest

3) Pushing it with Polos
Polos definitely fall under the more casual end of the business dressing spectrum, but tucking them in gives a cleaner, more professional look. Look for modern fit polos that have more tailored sleeves. Remember: keep polos that hit the hip untucked, and tuck-in polos that hit well below the hip.
ASOS Mini Button Down Collar Pique Polo

Hugo Boss Forli Slim Stretch Cotton Polo Shirt

The Gear:
Besides the menswear pieces mentioned above for the different looks, here are some other hot-weather menswear accessories you should consider (again, depends on your office fashion norms):
Expose your ankles to help keep your body cool, while keeping a barrier between your feet and your dress shoes’ leather: Falke Step Invisible Cotton-Blend Socks

Adding another layer like an undershirt will make you feel warmer, but if you’re really must wear one because you’re conscious of showing sweat through your dress shirt, make sure you go for a v-neck to keep it hidden under the shirt: Calvin Klein Underwear V Neck Undershirt

Carry a handkerchief with you so when you inevitably start sweating, you have something to wipe off the sweat on your face besides carelessly using your sleeves: Forever 21 Geo Handkerchief


What other style techniques do you use to stay as cool as possible while dressing for work? Share your style knowledge with us!


Summer pro tips

wantering-blog:

Want Tip: How to Dress for Business in the Heat

When temperatures suddenly make you feel like you’re smack dab in the middle of a desert, the last thing you want to do is wear a heavy suit to work. But as much as you may want to rock t-shirt and shorts to the office, you just can’t escape that professional uniform. Don’t fry like an egg under the sun; use these hot weather business style hacks to keep you looking like a pro without breaking a sweat.

The Issue:

Hot days and tailored suits are a recipe for sweaty, sometimes dizzying, work days. You might have AC in the office, but once you step out of that building for lunch or a business meeting you know that heat is targeting you. Don’t be a sweaty fashion victim!

The Tip:

The trick to dressing for business for hot days is to go for a professional look comprised of menswear pieces that repel heat and let air circulate your body. Depending on the fashion standards of your office, here are three different business menswear styles to keep you cool while working with the heat:

1) Strict with the 2 Piece

When you have no choice but to show up to work in 2-piece suits, you can keep the effect of the sun to a minimum by going for materials like cotton, linen and seersucker; these natural materials are breathable. Instead of wearing a dark suit that absorbs a lot of heat, go for lighter varieties of grey, tan and navy.

Todd Snyder Grey Metallic Cotton Suit

Todd Snyder Grey Metallic Cotton Suit

J.Crew Ludlow Suit Jacket in Italian Cotton Piqué

J.Crew Ludlow Suit Jacket in Italian Cotton Piqué

2) Sans-Jacket

Lucky enough to go to work without a mandatory suit jacket? Make sure the shirt you’re wearing is tailored and fits your body well. Stay away from shirts that have baggy arm holes and excess fabric by the waist. Whether or not you choose long- or short-sleeve is up to you, but tucked-in short-sleeve shirts generally look better for guys with more muscular physique. When you’re expecting the weather to get cooler later in the day, you can wear a lightweight vest with your outfit.

ASOS Smart Shirt in Short Sleeves

ASOS Smart Shirt in Short Sleeves

John Varvatos Star USA 5B Peak Vest

John Varvatos Star USA 5B Peak Vest

3) Pushing it with Polos

Polos definitely fall under the more casual end of the business dressing spectrum, but tucking them in gives a cleaner, more professional look. Look for modern fit polos that have more tailored sleeves. Remember: keep polos that hit the hip untucked, and tuck-in polos that hit well below the hip.

ASOS Mini Button Down Collar Pique Polo

ASOS Mini Button Down Collar Pique Polo

Hugo Boss Forli Slim Stretch Cotton Polo Shirt

Hugo Boss Forli Slim Stretch Cotton Polo Shirt

The Gear:

Besides the menswear pieces mentioned above for the different looks, here are some other hot-weather menswear accessories you should consider (again, depends on your office fashion norms):

Expose your ankles to help keep your body cool, while keeping a barrier between your feet and your dress shoes’ leather: Falke Step Invisible Cotton-Blend Socks

Falke Step Invisible Cotton-Blend Socks

Adding another layer like an undershirt will make you feel warmer, but if you’re really must wear one because you’re conscious of showing sweat through your dress shirt, make sure you go for a v-neck to keep it hidden under the shirt: Calvin Klein Underwear V Neck Undershirt

Calvin Klein Underwear V Neck Undershirt

Carry a handkerchief with you so when you inevitably start sweating, you have something to wipe off the sweat on your face besides carelessly using your sleeves: Forever 21 Geo Handkerchief

Forever 21 Geo Handkerchief

What other style techniques do you use to stay as cool as possible while dressing for work? Share your style knowledge with us!

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Summer pro tips