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Stockholm, Sweden

April 20, 2017

(Visit my instagram page, @MotiAnkari, to check out the brands I’m wearing.)

Sweden has been my number one on my travel bucket list for the last year, and I can finally cross it off my list. A few weeks ago I was invited to check out the Commuter collection by Gant in Stockholm. Additionally, I checked out some views, landmarks, famous neighborhoods, like the Old City, and had over a dozen of those cinnamon buns, can you blame me?. We stayed at the Diplomat hotel, which I totally recommend. It’s located in the city center and walking distance to everything you need. Here are few snaps from my recent trip :-).

The 7 Things You Need for Spring

March 24, 2017

You should totally ignore that massive snow storm that hit New York last week because Spring is here! It’s time to store your chunky knits, scarves, boots and down jackets with fur-hoods and get ready to upgrade your closet with all need Spring Essentials.

 

If you haven’t heard already, Canali, The Ferraris and Bentleys of Italian tailoring,  recently launched their new e-commerce site and offers a range of suitspolosaccessories and every shade of blue you can think about (well, almost, but you get where I’m going with that).

I’ve chosen Canali to share with you guys my 7 must haves this Spring!

A Suit That is Not Navy

 

Navy suits are so last season. Spice up your suit game with a suit that is blue and appropriate for the new season. ($3,095, canali.com)

Transitional Outwear Piece

You need a transitional jacket that is lightweight and not to warm. Plus a number that will have you prepared for April showers and protected like this rain and wind field jacket with a fold-away hood ($1695, canali.com)

A Spring Knit

 

A knit is probably the most versatile piece in your closet during the Spring season. On the cooler days of Spring you can layer it under your suit or shirt, while the warmer days you can  wear the knit solo. ($595, canali.com)

A Color-block Polo

Polos are back, and aren’t just for the dad that likes to golf on the weekends. Try something fun and loud like this tricolor polo ($375, canali.com)

Stonewash Denim

It’s not quite time for white denim just yet, so keep those in your closet for just a little bit longer. In the meantime opt in for a pair of stone wash denim that are super versatile, like these. You can dress them up with a button down, tucked in of course, with a sleek belt or dressing it casual with a tee or polo, it’s totally up to you! ($450, canali.com)

Wrist Candy

A little accessorizing never hurt nobody. ($195, canali.com)

White Kicks

It should be a tradition, if it isn’t already, to buy a new pair of white sneakers every spring season. Try these perforated leather kicks with brown trim.  ($550, canali.com)

I’d like to thank Canali for the collaboration.

The One Thing You Need to Trim Your Beard

December 21, 2016

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Photo credit: Anthony Urbano

Wearing: Necklace- Yael Sonia | Sweatpants- Topman

Shaver- iStubble by Conair

Fact: I didn’t know how to trim my own beard up until recent *insert embarrassed emoji face*. It’s way easier than it looks, but between being a afraid to make a mistake, and not having the time to learn, I  would always go to the barber to get my weekly beard trim. I’ve had my facial hair for about two years, and usually trim it down to a 1.5 or 2 once a week. I recently started using the new iStubble by Conair, which has a unique floating contouring head that allows you to choose the desired length without having to switch any of the heads, like an ordinary buzzer. The floating head technology flexibly contours over the face, jawline, and neck for the most precise trimming ever.

This holiday season I’m partnering with Conair to give you a chance to win one Conair’s iStubble. Head over to my instagram to learn how to enter. It’s easy, I promise.

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