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Disco Valante has launched! Ironically, I was asleep when it went up. Please pass it on to your friends. I would like to thank everyone and anyone who has given me any support. I would also like to thank all you who doubted my ability and vision…your small minds are what drove me to succeed.
Lastly…BUY, BUY, BUY!!!
Well the end is near my friends. Here is a status of what is happening with Disco Valante.
1. Photographer finished retouching photos.
2. Web Designer finishing up.
3. Graphic Designer is making banners for web advertisement.
I am soooo close. I am currently looking at 20 cartons of underwear that the trucking company just dropped of on my door. I want to tear the boxes open and roll around in my creation.
I have included another sample image from the photo shoot. Check out Greg showing a small piece of his booty. Tell me what you think.
Silk scarfs are sooo bad ass! I know what you are thinking, “Who in the hell wears scarfs?”.
The first person is Fred from the cartoon Scooby Doo. Fred was the alpha male pimp of the cartoon. He was always off with Daphne getting busy while Shaggy, Velma, and Scooby did all the real work. Secondly, the Marlboro Man. American cigarette pop icon, Marlboro Man, was a roughneck cowboy who could drive cattle and drink whiskey like water. And lastly, yours truly. The creator of Disco Valante and Jock Muscle and the baddest mofo you’ll ever know.
Admittedly, I do get a number of stares because most people have never seen a guy wear a silk scarf. However, the first rule about having style is you cannot look like everyone else.
I hear you laughing and saying, “Only queeny guys wear shit like that.”. NO. NO. NO. I would venture to say the more masculine you are, the better the overall atmosphere of style you exude while wearing a neck accessory like a bandana or silk scarf. Style is about having the confidence to wear unconventional items that create a sense of coolness.
So cowboy the fuck up, be a man, and tie on a silk scarf.
I must admit I wasn’t always a fan of this look. I always see it in Ralph Lauren stores and I think it looks too fake and snobby. However, I think it can be worn with classic coolness and style. Take a look at this guy in the photo. His look is very understated…simple T, khakis, dark blazer, and a pair of patent leather loafers. However, he exudes a coolness that rarely seen in reality.
Disco Valante wants you to try to pull this look off and tell us how you fair on the streets. I’m sure you’ll get complimented!
I usually don’t buy white underwear. I like more charisma in my undergarments. Perhaps all those years as a kid and wearing Fruit of the Loom has turned me off the white colored underwear.
Since Disco Valante Clothing is prepping for the fall launch, I want to know if you find white underwear simple yet sexy or just plain BLAH.
Don’t forget to visit our sister company, Jock Muscle, for your private sex toy fun!!!
Lot’s of guys (the unfashionable ones) frown at the thought of wearing white jeans. Occasionally, you can spot white jeans in magazines during the spring and summer. However, I’ve never seen any guy in America actually wear them. I don’t know why we American guys have such a hard time experimenting with fashion because white jeans are so “pimp”. Like all jeans, as long as you have the correct cut and shoes (this is a whole other topic I will address) they WILL work.
White jeans can be worn with surprisingly versatile looks for spring and summer. Don’t think that your favorite pair can only be worn with a pastel polo shirt and tennis shoes…very Lacoste! While that is a possibility, you can also try bright fitted T’s and flip flops. But I perfer high brown leather boots or kick ass lace-ups that have turned up toes and a “worn” look.
Here are some suggestions to rock out white jeans-
• Wear white jeans with black. With the right look, this interesting graphic combination can be bold for night.
• White is perfect for the summer, so try your jeans with everything from dress shoes to bare feet. Hell, it’s hot…go shirtless if you have the body!
• Avoid coordinating with completely white tennis shoes to escape the bore of all white look.
• Wear your white jeans beltless. The clean line of these classic jeans will be emphasized.
• Don’t obsess about potential staining of your white denim. Wear them and try not to worry too much about making marks on your jeans. Just don’t wear them if there is any chance of rain and DO NOT wear them with patterned underwear that will show thru…very tacky and ruins your entire look!
The soon-to-be men’s underwear juggernaut, Disco Valante, holds yet another fashion class. Today’s subject is pink.
Pink is a great color. It’s unexpected, daring, and it compliments a man’s character of confidence. Pink can announce your presence better than any diamond studded necklace worn by Diddy, and it can do it with more flash.
Here are some suggestions to pull of pink.
A well-fitting polo shirt gives you one of the most masculine silhouettes possible–it highlights your arms, chest, and physique. Solid tees are also great, since you can wear them separately or layer with another shirt as a bold accent color.
Pink is a great way to get people’s attention at work, since few men wear pink to the office. Make sure it fits (not too baggy). As long as the shirt isn’t too bright patterns are OK.
For the few that are daring, pink sear sucker pinstripe pants can add a huge punch to your normally-overlooked lower half. Dress them up with a fitted white linen shirt, brown belt, and a low profile brown leather driving loafer and your off for Sunday brunch at the chic local cafe.
Pink is only for the daring and can make a very masculine statement but like all fashion statements has to be done right.
(Erik thanx for letting me use your pic. If your best friend can’t exploit you, then who can?)
The wonderful people at Washington City Paper, a Washington DC publication, has taken the time to take notice of this soon to be fashion juggernaut! I must admit it is very flattering to be noticed.
I’d like to thank the Washington City Paper, Amanda Hess, and anyone at the paper who took notice. Thanks to you guys, my blog hits have gone through the roof and questions about the label are pouring in.
For all those who have been redirected to my blog please excuse the actual site, www.discovalante.com, not being active. It’s currently underconstruction. Please bookmark the site and look for the launch this September!