The experts from Evolve Menswear, the number one menswear store in the north west, bring it back to basics to help Donegal Daily readers build the best wardrobe to cover any occasion.Looking to dress better? We know the thought of a new wardrobe can be daunting , so that’s why we’re here to help! We’ve got a quick introduction guide to help you get your wardrobe back in order. Let’s start with the basics.THE CLOTHESIt’s always a staple item to have at least one pair of great jeans. Try a bunch on and try to find a fit, look and price that is good for you. A good pair of jeans should be versatile and can be used with a number of other pieces, to create simple effective outfits.Shoes, boots, t-shirts and casual button down shirts follow the same rules. Keep them simple, clean and in a basic colour. Once you start buying your basics you can use them alongside your existing wardrobe to create your outfits easily. THE FITPossibly the most important part of dressing well. Is it too tight? Too loose? Or like Goldilocks did you get it just right? We’ll post a more in depth guide to fitting soon but for now let’s look at fitting as simply as we can.Clothes should fit closely to the body without restricting movement.Tees should fit just below the belt line, and the sleeves should be snug, but not restricting.Shoulder seams should rest on the top of your shoulder, not below or above them.Button down casual shirts should come to around mid-fly or even slightly above.You should be able to keep your jeans up without a belt, and without it being uncomfortably tight.COLOURA lot of us can get a little bewildered when it comes to choosing the right colours. So let’s try and keep it as simple as possible for now. Seeing as this is a guide to your basic wardrobe, let stick to basic neutral colours.White, grey, light blue or pink are the perfect choice for a simple button down shirt.White, grey, navy or taupe are the essential colours for your basic t-shirts.Charcoal, tan, khaki, olive, navy, gray or caramel, are all good choices for your basic chino, easy to pair with other colours and styles. This also goes for shorts.Dark indigo and blue are your basic choices for jeans.Trainers in white, grey or black are easy to pair with almost any outfit.From the basic wardrobe you could have an infinite amount of outfits, as nearly all of the colours listed above will go together well. Of course this is just a starting point and you can feel free to develop your own personal style to each of these pieces once you have your basic wardrobe.If you would like any fashion advice just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be glad to help!Keep up to date with Evolve Menswear on Facebook: www.facebook.com/evolve.menswearTwitter: @EvolveMenswear Instagram:@evolvemenswearEvolve Menswear: Your guide to a basic wardrobe was last modified: May 3rd, 2017 by Evolve MenswearShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:clothingevolve menswearFashionMenwardrobe
Molly C. HerndonThe Personal Finance team will be presenting at the AFCPE Symposium on the afternoon of Thursday, Nov. 17. We hope you’ll make plans to attend our session Best Practices for Conducting Web Conferences and Facilitated Discussion Thursday in Salon 7 at 4:30 p.m.ET.National eXtension Conference, 2016: From left: Dr. Martie Gillen, Dr. Barbara O’Neill & Molly HerndonDuring this presentation, we’ll cover the steps we take to prepare for our monthly webinars, and share best practices and lessons learned so that practitioners and educators can replicate our efforts in their educational outreach. We are also eager to hear your tips. What have you learned when producing webinars or streaming educational content? What has worked well? What hasn’t worked as well?Social Media Specialist Molly Herndon will introduce the project and the presentation. Outreach Coordinator and veteran webinar presenter Dr. Barbara O’Neill, will begin the discussion about process of creating a webinar. Project Investigator Dr. Martie Gillen will continue the discussion on engaging webinar participants and fostering discussion. Practitioner Consultant Jerry Buchko will wrap up the presentation by taking a look at the technical details of producing a webinar.AFCPE Symposium, 2015. From left: Jerry Buchko, Molly Herndon, Dr. Barbara O’Neill & Dr. Michael GutterCan’t make it to our presentation on Thursday? That’s ok – stop by our table where we’ll have copies of the presentation, an archived webinar handout and a technical webinar how-to guide.Can’t make it to the AFCPE Symposium this year? Check out all the materials we’ll be sharing:Presentation SlidesArchived Webinar HandoutWebinar Technical How-To HandoutContinuing Education MFLN-Personal Finance Course (register, then search for “MFLN”)
Robin Uthappa, who hit a 39-ball 68 to help Kolkata Knight Riders beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 17 runs on Saturday, said the team now wants him to bat at No.3. (Scorecard)After a shaky start being put in to bat by visiting captain David Warner, Uthappa stemmed the rot with a brilliant 68 to help KKR post 172/6. Sunrisers Hyderabad could reach 155/6 in their allotted 20 overs with Kolkata bowlers putting on a commendable performance.”The team requires me to bat at No 3. I have taken that challenge on. It’s a very important position as well. It’s an important wicket and we need someone who is experienced and can handle that pressure to make sure that you don’t lose another wicket immediately,” Uthappa, who usually opens the batting for the men in purple, told reporters at the end of the match. Uthappa was adjudged the man-of-the-match. (KKR vs SRH: Highlights)”I wouldn’t say that the experiment is not working, because it’s just one game,” the Karnataka batsman said of opener Sunil Narine who failed on Saturday managing just six.”He is hitting the ball really well. I think it’s important for us to back him. If we don’t back players in this tournament, they trend to breed insecurity and we will back Sunil all the way. He is going to repay that faith.” (Robin Uthappa, spinners star as Kolkata Knight Riders beat Sunrisers Hyderabad to go on top)KKR were always in control of the game, Uthappa said.”At no point, we were out of the game. They never had the upper hand. We kept the momentum really well and after not getting wickets in the first six overs I thought we did really well to keep the momentum,” he pointed out. (Kolkata Knight Riders can take a lot of confidence especially after this win: Gautam Gambhir)advertisementAsked if KKR were a few runs short, Uthappa said: “We did end up with a little less than we intended to. But credit should be given to the bowlers for the way they bowled. Bhuvi bowled really well at the death and he is an extremely good death bowler. We did out best and had faith in our bowlers.”
Brighton defender Dan Burn values his time with Darlingtonby Paul Vegas12 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBrighton defender Dan Burn values his time with non-league Darlington.The centre-half spent two years at the club as a 17-year-old playing in non-league for Darlington and he talked about what it did for his career.He said: “The people at Darlington were huge for me in terms of what they did for my career at the time.“The youth team manager, Craig Liddle, is someone that really stands out, and I still speak to him today.“He gave me the belief that I could play football properly full time, and not fall out of the game. I am very thankful to someone like that, because having that sort of belief can change your life.“He developed me loads, as I arrived at the club as an average footballer and he pushed me on to be better and reach the next level.“I also have to be thankful to Mark Cooper, who was the first-team manager at the time, as he gave me a good run in the team.“That was a brave decision by him considering my ability and age at the time.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
EDMONTON — Alberta’s incoming premier says a law to repeal the province’s carbon tax and another that will cut business taxes will be the first steps his government takes once in power.Jason Kenney has set April 30 as the date for when he and his cabinet will be sworn in.He plans to recall the legislature in the third week of May, at which point the new laws will be tabled.Kenney says the first move of his new cabinet will be to bring into force a law already passed that allows for the restriction of fuel shipments from Alberta should provinces such as British Columbia stand in the way of pipelines.Kenney says he has already had a 15-minute phone conversation with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the two will meet face-to-face after the swearing in.A less confrontational tone from Jason Kenney today in regards to Francois Legault, John Horgan and Justin Trudeau, all of whom he spoke to via phone. #ableg #yeg #yyc #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/jo2rUEyJSS— Courtney Theriault (@cspotweet) April 17, 2019Kenney changed his tone from the campaign trail when talking about some of the energy opponents across Canada.Premier-elect @jkenney says he spoke with @jjhorgan this morning. Kenney says he made it clear that Alberta means business when it comes to energy projects. Says he wants to find common ground. With BC that may be LNG exports.— Kenny Mason (@krmason7) April 17, 2019Jason Kenney and his United Conservative Party won a majority government over Rachel Notley’s NDP in Tuesday’s provincial election.
Advertisement Twitter Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment The Steadies frontman Earl Pereira says playing with Riverdale star KJ Apa was incredible. (The Steadies/Instagram) It all started when they invited Apa’s friend, the bar’s sound tech, up to sing. Pereira noticed Apa in the crowd and asked him to come play with the band. Then he asked him to come back. Facebook What started as a normal gig turned into a night Earl Pereira will never forget.On Saturday KJ Apa, star of hit Netflix series Riverdale, jammed with Pereira’s band The Steadies for half an hour onstage at Guilt & Company in Vancouver.“It was epic,” said Pereira, lead singer of The Steadies. “It was so good. I had a good feeling he was going to hold his own up there, which he did, and then some.” Login/Register With: Advertisement
SAN FRANCISCO – MoviePass, a startup that lets customers watch a movie a day at theatres for just $10 a month, is limiting new customers to just four movies a month.The move comes as the sustainability of MoviePass’ business model comes into question. Because MoviePass is paying most theatres the full price of the ticket, the service loses money with just one or two movies in a month. The average ticket price in the U.S. is about $9, though $15 and up is common in big cities.MoviePass regularly changes its promotions and rates, and it’s not clear whether the one-movie-a-day deal will return. It appears customers who have already paid under the old plans aren’t affected, but it’s not known whether they would be able to renew under the more generous terms. MoviePass would say only that it is “continually testing various promotions.”The service’s movie-a-day deal was popular among moviegoers, many of whom were seeing more movies at theatres than they normally would have. Without MoviePass, going to the movies was worth it only a few times a year for many people. Ticket prices keep rising, and moviegoers have plenty of cheaper alternatives, including Netflix.But the service also has struck a nerve with the movie industry. Adam Aron, CEO of the giant theatre chain AMC, has called MoviePass’ price “unsustainable.” AMC initially threatened legal action, but seems to have backed off.MoviePass wants to work out ticket discounts and revenue-sharing deals with theatres on the premise that it’s driving more people to theatres. The company is also eyeing a share of concession sales, saying moviegoers are more willing to buy popcorn and soda when scoring a “free” movie. But theatres have balked at offering MoviePass anything.MoviePass’ parent company, Helios and Matheson Analytics, has warned in a financial report that MoviePass’ future is in “substantial doubt” because it “has incurred losses since its inception and has a present need for additional funding.”MoviePass now has more than two million subscribers, up from 20,000 when MoviePass slashed prices to $10 a month in August.
With an increase in demand for these hampers, the donation will be of great help for the Salvation Army.If you would like to donate to the Christmas Hamper Campaign, donations can be dropped off at the Community & Family Services office, 10116 100 Ave.Distribution Day of the hampers is Wednesday, December 19th. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Doig River First Nations presented a donation in the amount of $2500.00 to the Salvation Army for their Christmas Hamper Campaign.Chief Trevor Makadahay presented Cameron Eggie, Executive Director – Northern Centre of Hope with the Donation at the recent ‘World Cafe’ event held December 5th at the Northern Grand Hotel.The donation was given to go towards the Christmas Hamper Campaign, a service that the Salvation Army provides for anyone in the community to apply for. Unlike the Food Bank, an income matrix is used to assess and prioritize the need. The Salvation Army assesses household income vs expenses to determine the value of the hamper.
Kolkata: Supriya Chattopadhyay, wife of the state Power minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay, died due to prolonged illness on Thursday.She was 72-year-old and is survived by her husband, two sons and daughter-in-law. She was suffering from kidney ailment for nearly a decade. Chattopadhyay was actively involved in politics since her college days. Chattopadhyay nee Sengupta joined the Chatra Parishad and became one of its leaders in the late 1960s. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja A post graduate in History she was a well-known figure on the College Street campus of Calcutta University. During the Naxal movement when clashes between the Maoists and Chatra Parishad students became frequent, she had played a major role as a Chatra Parishad leader and addressed the students. She was respected by all for her fearlessness. She was a close aide of Priya Ranjan Das Munshi and Subrata Mukherjee. She travelled in Colombo and Russia as a delegate. She was the chairman of the Education cell of Trinamool Congress for a brief period. Chattopadhyay was the political secretary of Bengal Chief Minister Siddhartha Shankar Ray and accompanied him when administrative meetings were held in the districts.
Kolkata: Seven persons were killed after a bus and an SUV collided head-on near Mohammad Bazar in Birbhum on Friday evening, while two persons including a child are still undergoing treatment.According to sources, on Friday evening, a bus was coming from Rampurhat towards Suri. At the same time, an SUV carrying nine passengers was moving towards Rampurhat from Suri. Near Kalikapur village in Ganapur forest, the driver of the SUV lost control and collided head-on with the bus. Hearing the sound of the accident, local residents ran to the spot and found that the passengers of the SUV were badly injured. Mohammad Bazar police station was informed immediately. But before the villagers could act, five persons died on the spot due to the accident. Within a few minutes, police arrived at the spot and rushed the four injured including a child to Suri Superspeciality Hospital, where two persons succumbed to their injuries later. The other two are undergoing treatment but their condition is still critical. After admitting the injured persons, police sent the bodies to the same hospital for autopsy examination. Till Friday night, none of the deceased persons could be identified. It is suspected that the injured and the deceased persons are from the same family. To know their identity, police are trying to locate the vehicle owner through the registration number of the SUV.