Introducing the wonderful world of Vaginal Knitting…is a string of words I never thought I’d type in my lifetime.
I don’t really know how to put this into plainer words than I did in the headline, but you have to see this shit to believe this shit. This woman sticks a ball-o-fuckin-yarn way up into that queef hatch of hers and then she knits the smelliest fucking scarves and sweaters and mittens known to man. But it’s that good smell…that deep vaginal smell. Real carnal shit, you know?
No, you probably don’t know because I don\’t even know what the fuck I’m talking about, just watch the goddamn video.
You don’t have to go back too far to find a time when knitwear was considered unfashionable in the world of men’s fashion. If you wore a jumper or a cardigan, you would once be labelled as old before your time and your appearance would be met with derision by anyone who saw you.
Thankfully, such attitudes have long since ceased to exist, and knitwear forms a key part of almost every men’s fashion trend both in the summer and colder winter months.
We looked at some top tips for looking good in knitwear this winter.
During the summer you probably carried off lighter knits with great style and panache. As good a look as that might have been, it isn’t something that is going to help your dual objectives or looking great and keeping warm through the winter.
Try to avoid lighter knits at all costs, and graduate to thicker styles both in terms of jumpers and cardigans.
Given the way that knitwear is now universally accepted as a fashion staple, there are a lot of trends that you need to get your ahead around.
Looking at the current winter season, roll neck jumpers have made a return into men’s fashion circles for the first time in years. To look good in a roll neck, go for sober colours and pair it up with a blazer or smart pea coat. Try to avoid the temptation of wearing the roll neck as the outer layer unless you are ultra-confident in your style.
Patterns always seem to find their way into knitwear trends every year, the key is not to know whether patterns are acceptable, but to know which ones you can wear easily and always look great.
The biggest battle here is avoiding the temptation to succumb to one of the many Christmas themed jumpers that find their way into the shops. Just don’t do it. Not only are they not stylish at all, but it will be charity shop fodder come January.
Instead, go for tribal-inspired knits that will look great and last a lot longer than the next month or two!
If you thought knitted t-shirts through the summer was different, wait until you see some of the sleeveless knitwear on offer. Not only is it sleeveless jumpers, as you would expect, but waistcoats are also high on the “must have” fashion list when it comes to knitwear this winter.
Know your knits before buying, and you are guaranteed to look great and stay warm all through the colder months.
Aisha is a content writer that specializes in the fashion industry, and writes about everything from kaftan dresses to hip-hop clothing.
The blazer is probably the most versatile of all the items of clothing you will ever purchase and is a wonderful staple piece of clothing to have in your wardrobe. Of course, of all blazers the navy, two button kind is the most on-trend at the moment.
We would suggest trying on a number of blazers first as not all fits are the same, even if the size suggests otherwise. This is often even the case for designers and jackets can differ within a range.
The great thing about the blazer is that it can carry you through a whole host of occasions and just has to be teamed up with an item beneath to do so. So, let’s take a look at the ways you can wear a blazer.
A crew neck t-shirt and a deep V-neck cardigan and you’re away. Add a blazer on top of this outfit and you’re looking classic and stylish. It’s also quite warm and also affordable and so there’s no excuse not to add it to your wardrobe.
The plaid shirt has been round for season after season now and gives the blazer a modern look and a contemporary fit. Adding a little colour underneath is also good and looks great against the strong navy blazer. Of course, you can also use a white button down short for more formal occasions.
The thick knit is such a practical and useful piece of clothing and also looks attractive. Retro shawl collars and cable knits are big at the moment and can really work well with the blazer. Use an interesting pattern to really make things more interesting, but not too out there. It’s ideal for colder climates or offices.
The classic mix and match, teaming a blazer with a printed t-shirt is quite a cool style trick that manages to wonderfully combine the formal with the casual. You can even manage to perform your own t-shirt printing quite easily. It adds a sense of the cool and is also a practical accompaniment for when things get a little cooler at night. Team it up with some denim and you’re set for a night out.
A fine merino knit V-neck jumper works well with the blazer and an accompanying button down shirt. It’s ideal for the office and can also take you into those Friday evening drinks too, allowing you to take a chameleon like approach.
The blazer is a wonderful addition to any wardrobe, so invest in one and you’ve bought yourself half of a new wardrobe.
Author Byline: Colin O’Donnell writes for a UK site called 1clickprint.com that provides personalized t-shirts in the UK. He has a long history of writing about fashion dos and don’ts.
It’s not always easy to look good and keep warm in the winter; well that’s all about to change. This year it’s been made extra easy to stay wrapped up and cozy but also abide by the laws of fashion. You can avoid any fashion faux pas this winter with just a few key items; forget the woolly hat that your grandma knitted for you when you were twelve, just grab yourself a pair of fluffy ear muffs – for that extra bit of glamour, try some with an animal print design.
For a little extra warmth forget the thin scarves that are all the fashion in summer because they’re knit in the winter. The winter fashion is a huge, chunky knit with pom poms for a little added fun. They may not be the most practical of winter accessories but they sure do keep your palms warm. Fingerless gloves really are in, and for a little added practicality some come with a small, mitten like, pouch that is buttoned to the back of the hand; this way when it’s extremely cold you can keep your fingers warm too.
The snood – yes it really does exist – this is a mixture of a hood and a scarf; this is the ultimate winter fashion accessory that looks great with any style outerwear.
Beanies look great all year round, whatever the weather, but specifically for the autumn/ winter season why don’t you give the knitted beanie a try. Knitted specifically for the cold seasons in traditional autumn colors, this is another accessory where you just can’t go wrong.
If you’re not really the beanie sort of girl why don’t you try a cool girl trapper? These are for the super casual women out there; with the super stylish design and the fluffy inside you can be cool, casual and warm all winter long.
The most practical of all accessories is the multi-tasking scarf that acts as a scarf and pockets to hold your essentials. This is a great idea if you weren’t thinking practically when you bought a winter coat without pockets, or maybe one day it will be warm enough to go out without a coat and you still need somewhere to store your phone, lip gloss and chewing gum.
If the fingerless gloves sound like they’ll leave you a bit too chilly why don’t you go in completely the other direction and buy yourself a pair of extra fluffy mittens – these are sure to keep you warm.
With a selection of these must have accessories, you seriously can’t go wrong, you’ll be the envy of your friends as not only the coolest in the gang but also the warmest.
This article was written by Alice Wilkes who recommends nelly.com for their great selection of winter accessories.