During our experience of luxury indulgence in Byron Bay, Jiawa and I had the privilege to accommodate at hotel Byron at Byron. Once you check-in at the front desk, the concierge will drive you into the tropical paradise where your hotel suite will be waiting for you. Hotel Byron at Byron is one of the biggest hotels in Byron Bay and is known for its intimate vibe where you further get in touch with its natural atmosphere, replicating as a rainforest itself. Continue Reading…
Team Bloggers Boyfriend recently travelled to Sydney and was lucky enough to hop on board on one of the most luxurious private yachts overnight! As Toranga Zoo, Darling Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House were right under our noses, it officially became one of the most luxury Sydney travel trips we have ever experienced. So now we want share some tips and tricks to prepare you for your next (or first) yacht trip plus we have a SPECIAL OFFER for all our #BBF readers so keep reading!
Burgundy is warm, romantic and is an absolute staple colour during autumn and winter. This year, it has stretched its way into spring as a seasonal colour trend appearing in 2016 spring collections. Now burgundy is the ‘new navy’ where it can be worn in more ways than you think. Belonging into the red and purple families with its other colour siblings like shades of maroon and wine, it exudes classiness due to its richness in colour. The warmer the better as leaning into more of the red tones is the way to go, according to Bloggers Boyfriend. If you are contemplating on how to match colours, burgundy looks great with brown, mustard and your usual suspects that ‘fall’ under as an autumn trend colour. On the other hand, the basic cool colours and material such as denim, navy and blue also creates the perfect contrast. If you want to translate burgundy into spring with a bit of personality, then wear the colour with sailor stripes, suggestively with black, white or navy to give burgundy a bit of life and a breath of fresh air. Burgundy in different textured materials and shades combined outfits are also recommended especially in wool, velvet, shining leather, silk or satin. This season, designers such as J.Crew, Loro Piana, John Lobb, Rubinacci and Common Projects have all raised their hands for burgundy trend.
How do you like to wear your maroon and wine colours? Comment below and share with us.
If you are asking yourself “what shoes to buy,” you should really be asking “what shoes to invest in.” It would be much easier if men were more willing to physically visit menswear stores themselves but sometimes, ain’t nobody got time for that! You may pass by a footwear store that caught your eye after your workout at the gym, but you really can’t make the decision to purchase the shoes by trying them on with your gym shorts or the sweaty socks, right?When it comes to shopping online for the perfect and quality men’s footwear, you have to listen to Bloggers Boyfriend because this happens to fall under his expertise! Today Team BBF wants to introduce you to three brands Bloggers Boyfriend has invested and investigated this month. They are Santoni Shoes, Brando Shoes and To Boot New York by Adam Derrick. All three brands are made in Italy, but Brando shoes are with a twist of Australian and street style trend and To Boot features with a New York flair.
It is essential that a stylish gentleman looks sharp when he’s in his double breasted wool coat as his summer suit (without sweating). It is undeniable that linen suits are the best material when selecting your summer suits. Linen fibre is 30% stronger than cotton and is extremely breathable compared other materials. So when it’s time to replace your 10-year-old cotton garments, now you know that you have your double lasting linen in the long run! As 2016’s summer is approaching, Calibre Australia has released their new Spring/Summer collection pieces including this Ecru Linen Blazer in a warm stone colour. Compared to Calibre’s previous seasons, the blazers in this season have a more fitted cut for me as the sleeves and waistline are slimmer in size. Normally, I would wear a size 38 but due to the nature of linen, I have selected the Ecru blazer in size 36 for a tighter fit.
Photographed by Jiawa Liu
Attention guys! You have a great taste in terms of fashion, know how to groom yourself and where to hunt for fabulous monk-straps. But do you know how to style your one-bedroom apartment? Where to look for ideas and interior inspiration? Here at Bloggers Boyfriend we are not only helping you pick the best places to live – whether to rent or to buy – but also deliver bachelor interior inspiration galore. No matter if you prefer a Scandinavian-inspired minimal interior or Melbourne warehouse style – we have it covered.
In today’s increasingly complex society, where being ‘busy’ seems to be the new norm, your bedroom is one of the most important rooms in your home. Not only should it be a space to relax and chill out, but also a place where you can express your true self. Make it as personal and intimate as you like. Learn how to create a timeless and sophisticated bachelor bedroom that will wow every girl/guy with our Ten Bachelor Bedroom Inspirations. We show you how to style a small space and how to make your bedroom a perfect sanctuary you’ll cherish every day – and night. What better time is there to get started than spring?
A nice double-breasted camel coat is like a friend for life for a man. A structured long coat is quite a scene already, you do not want other items from your body take the coat’s spotslights. If you are dressing the coat for a casual outfit, style it with basic pieces – denim shirts, crewneck t-shirt in white, desert boots, chelsea boots, simple jeans etc. Avoid pair the coat with worn out t-shirts, overly-printed sweatshirts or distressed denim, as they make the whole outfit look messy or not clean.
Ashley AKA Miss Gunner (missgunner.com) is one of the most popular female bloggers in Sydney Australia. Her relaxed chic style inspires Sydney girls to dress interestingly when going to work. Her style is always inspiring, such as the outfit below Bloggers Boyfriend took at Sydney Fashion Week 2016: Belled sleeves, fluffy sneakers, structured and textured knits…
The easiest way to style an woman’s outfit with colour orange or blue is to follow the colour palette rules. Orange looks great with blue, peacock or purple. Also take notes about the colour palettes’ textures and brightness, it will look even better if the contrast are put together with materials such as wool, metallic, patent leather, satin and silk.
Today, Nilofar wears a pilling effect neon orange coat, cable knit jumper by Manning Cartel, dark navy dress by One Fell Swoop, cream and colour blocked sunglasses by Preen, and metal heeled angle boots with peep-toes by Bally Swiss.
if you want to make this outfit more simple and with more clear lines, try replace the pleated cross-over dress by this patchwork denim mini dress by Victoria Beckham or this metallic PVC-trimmed cutout wool-crepe mini dress by CHRISTOPHER KANE.
If you want to dress down and decide the orange should have all the attention, replace the Bally Swiss statement chunky heels by these one-blue-hued Susanna embroidered denim ankle boots via Chloe or any boots with similar or neutral colour palettes or in shining texture: BAROQUE EMBOSSED VELVET ANKLE BOOTS by AQUAZZURA or Kyoto velvet ankle boots by 3.1 PHILLIP LIM. Regarding the coat, Stella McCartney Double Breasted Button-up Wool Coat has a netural orange colour or these MSGM hidden button long coat is also a great choice for current season.