One mistake that people often seem to make is associating comfort in clothing with “giving up.” The dichotomy between being comfortable and looking good is a false one, especially in today’s world of knit fabrics and other advances. If comfort is important to you (and I don’t think it is for everyone, or needs to be), you can still look stylish.
In every style I wear I try to use some classic elements, like the brown leather jacket combined with a simple V-neck white t-shirt. I finished of the look by wearing slim light grey jeans.
Another dimension of fashion is the Interior Design. There’s a reason that the saying, “Home is where the heart is”. No matter where your life takes you, home is the place you come back to time and time again. In its very essence, your home is meant to be a place of comfort, safety and self-expression—it’s supposed to represent who you are.
Sophisticated, Glamour, Sexy & Comfort typical design conditions of Eric Kuster.
The Interior designer of this house shown in the picture is Eric Kuster.
Eric Kuster is the interior designer of this moment. With subtle mixes of luxury and comfort and his Metropolitan Luxury-style, he focuses on the top segment of the market, nationwide as well as worldwide. http://www.erickuster.com