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    About Fauzi Rassull
    Famously known as "Singapore’s Only Male Bitch", Fauzi Rassull, is a popular blogger among the affluent city-state’s fashionable youngsters. Out of the many advantages of blogging, the best is that Fauzi is able to use it as a platform to voice his opinions to million of netizens out there. He feel that there is no freedom of speech at all in the world he is living in. He’s left with no other option but to use his blog so that his thoughts can and will be heard

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    Some Fashion Tips From Fauzi Rassull

    It's a toss-up: Has bad breath or bad style killed more careers?

    I saw a businessman (he could be a manager or worst of all a third world bus driver) wearing a pair of white socks with dress shoes at Starbucks the other day. I thought, 'Why would anyone put something like that together and think it looks OK?' I'm no fashionista, but that's just wrong.

    Indeed it is.

    This will give you a clear picture what I meant.

    Men's Worst Fashion Sins
    But the mistakes don't stop there. Men embrace everything from a necktie being too long (or too short) to pants riding too high (or too low).

    See, men have a tendency to put on whatever is easy and makes them feel most comfortable. They're thinking about other things when they get dressed -- making the next deal, going to the next baseball game. It's easy for them to overlook small details like that. But, that small details that matter most, when you want to look good.

    Sartorial Sloppiness
    Wearing stained clothes to a business meeting can mean the difference between getting or losing the account, the job or the hot girl at the bar. Let us imagine a scenario where you met with a guy or anywho and he had an incredible resume but a white shirt with a coffee stain. I bet your pair of eyes will definitely give a stare at the shirt -- you probably didn't even listen to what he was saying.

    If wearing your breakfast, lunch or dinner is as congenial to you as eating it, it's time you shaped up. When a stain occurs, simply go out and buy yourself a new shirt. Isn't that simple, no? Get a new piece if you think you're self-conscious.

    If you're someone that love to budget or couldn't afford to get a new piece because you think it is helluva waste of your money which is no different to a a cheapo, than go to any supermarket and get a stain remover.

    Size Matters
    Next, make sure your pants fit. Having pants that sit too high or low on your waist ruins an otherwise good appearance.

    Trousers are typically too high (that makes you look more like a retarded maniac) if the waist rides higher than the belly-button. They're too low if it falls below (if you think that's cool, you're so wrong my dear) the pelvic bone. A good rule of thumb is that the waist should rest comfortably just above the hip bone.

    Is your necktie the right size? Wrong-sized accessories, including too-long, too-thin or too-fat ties, can distort the true proportions of your body. If you love skinny ties, don't go anorexic: get a tie that suits your body size. Get what I meant, no? Don't you find it ridiculous to put on a tie that's 3inch in width on a person of a 40inch chest size? I hope you get the picture of this.

    Another look to avoid: "Batman's utility belt" (hahahaha) -- a belt onto which you have clipped any communications device or tool you might need throughout the day.

    It looks, in a word, dumb.

    If you haven't upgraded your handheld devices to the smallest, thinnest one out there, consider getting a jacket or a pair of pants with a pocket-watch pocket or a 'cigarette' pocket, which is not traditionally used for a cell phone but can fit one anyway.

    But having money to spend is no guarantee, by itself, that you'll look good. It depends on who you surround yourself with, and if they are willing to let you know when your look has gone awry.

    p/s: No pictures for the rest. Figure it out yourself.

    BYE BITCH! =)

    Posted on 9/04/2007