What comes to your mind first when you hear words Urban Wolf? I see a busy city man with a certain attitude. He is ambitious, ready to concur the world, he has the goals he wants to achieve, but needs to feel comfortable while doing that. Nowadays style conception and its rules have changed enormously. There are no rules and no boundaries left nor in fashion nor in daily life. The more freedom we get, the more freedom we use. Most importantly, a man must feel confident himself, even though he is breaking the classical look. A perfect example would be a modern suit today that has no boundaries. Meaning the top of it doesn’t have to be an actual classic jacket it can be like in this case dark
dark fabric trench coat worn as a jacket with the different fabric and a even different style pants. Classic suit is not a must anymore in most of business areas, therefore smart casual dress code is getting more and more popular and if we take a look at young, perfectionists’ generation, we can see many different variations.
Due to active lifestyle and the need to be comfortable from head to toe each day and every day one should try out something new, a backpack, as to be fair for a modern nowadays man there is literally nothing better. Classical elegance combined with comfort creates a modern look that you might want to master now.
A backpack can be as elegant and classy as any handbag and everyone should not wait any longer going through life without having at least one classy backpack in one’s closet.
In general, people feel more comfortable wearing darker colors as they are very practical. Moreover, by wearing dark tones, you can never go wrong as it is simply a safe decision. On the other hand basics in subtle colors are a must in everyone’s closet as we can always add colors by choosing more vivid details. Like in this example, white sneakers immediately brighten the whole outfit. Shoes are very important for a first impression, so make sure they say the right things about you. Many will definitely agree that white is always a good choice. It is not too extreme and will definitely fit white shirt.●Visit Viarmo
Santorini is so unique that is instantly recognisable around the world: whitewashed buildings along with ancient cobbled streets and bluedomed churches, caldera-edge clifftops and traditional villages just takes the breath away. With its reputation for stunning panoramas, romantic sunsets and volcanic-sand beaches the island Santorini hosts 1.5 million tourists annually, and even though peak travel time is July and August, Santorini is working on positioning itself as a year-round destination.
Santorini sits in the Aegean Sea, roughly halfway between Athens and Crete. The island is shaped like a wonky croissant, and the neighbouring islets hint at the fact that Santorini was once circular.
Thousands of years ago a colossal volcanic eruption caused the centre to sink, leaving a caldera (or crater) with high cliffs along the east side – now Santorini’s trademark landscape.
Fira, the island’s busy capital, spreads out north into villages called Firostefani (about a 15-minute walk from Fira) and Imerovigli (the highest point of the caldera edge, about a half-hour walk from Fira). A path running through these villages is lined with upmarket hotels and restaurant terraces. Santorini’s east coast is less known than the celebrated west coast. Here, the caldera-edge heights have sloped down to sea level, and volcanic-sand beaches and resorts offer a very different drawcard. The east coast’s beaches are lined with black sand, and in the south coast, there’s a string of beaches famous for their multicoloured sand – dramatic Red Beach is a traveller favourite.
First-timers to Santorini should stay on the caldera edge to experience the full effect. Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli and Oia have hotels and villas with whitewashed interiors, terraces and infinity pools that offer incredible view to the sea. Oia is famous for its sunsets, as the prime sunset-viewing is here and thousands of tourists flock to admire the nightfall. There is so much to explore in this island that aftera few days you will definitely want to come back.More about Greece