Author: Diego

Style Blogger | Social Media Consultant - Stylish in the City, Typical. Hipster In Brooklyn? Been there. Dandy In The Bronx? One of a kind. I started this blog in 2014 to express my love for Men’s Fashion and The Bronx. Here in Dandy In The Bronx I am able to combine my love of food, fashion, New York, and photography.
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NEED HELP CHOOSING A BELT? TIME TO GET WAISTED

How do you choose a belt? If you have been using a traditional belt with holes, you may have found yourself in a situation where the belt doesn’t perfectly fit. Or the holes don’t end up in the right place for you. Another situation is your belt fitting well, but ending up being too long! Luckily, I had a chance to try out Railtek Belts, the ratchet belts with no holes.

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HOW THE MIND DRESSES: A PIECE ABOUT CONFIDENCE

The age old question of what came first, the chicken or the egg is a query that surfaces in many different areas of life. For example, is it our clothes and what we choose to wear that increase our confidence and self-esteem? Or, should how we feel and our already existing confidence be the first layer we put on when we get dressed in the morning?

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CAN YOU SELFIE EVERYDAY?

It’s all about the selfie here! I’ve teamed up with mibi to hold an #OOTD challenge. I want to see who can have the longest selfie streak with your outfit without breaking the chain. Think you are dedicated to fashion? The challenge starts March 1st at 9:30am EST. That’s tomorrow! So register now so you’ll be ready. Get the app here all the info on the challenge will be there!

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lacoste polo and combat gent suit

POLO STYLE

About a month ago, Combatant Gentlemen invited me to try out their Made-To-Measure service. Combat Gent already has some great affordable suits, so when I found out they now make custom suits starting at $350, I was really excited. After my measurements were taken, I was able to pick out the fabric, the buttons, lapel, pockets, pretty much everything. There is no other suit like this, it’s mine. I didn’t go with anything too over the top, because I knew I wanted to wear it a lot. Navy is always a safe bet.