What I'm Wearing: Complete Suit: H&M, Shoes: Giorgio Brutini
Hello everyone, Happy New Years Eve! I hope you all had a beautiful Christmas weekend. Can you believe how fast this year went by? So many things happened this year and I'll still be wrapping my head around that on January 1st. New Years Eve is such a special time to celebrate the year we have just completed. Everyone get's dressed up and surrounds themselves with loved ones in hopes of bringing in a beautfiul year to come. I never really go out on New Years Eve, I tend to stay in and stay safe and away from the crazy crowds. I wanted to go out this year and celebrate, but sadly all my friends don't live anywhere close to me. So I once again will be staying in, probally sleeping before the clock strikes 12. Just because I'll be by myself on New Years Eve, does not mean I can't get dressed up, right?
This year a lot of the stores didn't have the right kind of suit I wanted to wear. So, I headed to H&M and found a whole suit for $115 dollars, not bad right? It didn't hurt my wallet. Anyways, I chose to add some holiday colors and vibes to this all black suit. Instead of going with a classic white button down dress shirt, I chose to go with green. New Years Eve is still heavily influenced by Christmas, by wearing green I felt like it's a nice little nod to the holiday we celebrated a week earlier. The bowtie is one of my favorite pieces from the suit. It's maroon and It once again has that Christmas vibe that I love. By wearing maroon and green it's a nice little transtion from Christmas to New Years. The overal suit is very comfy. I chose to go with the skinny fit. I don't really like losse fitted suits, I feel like that's more of an office/work kind of suit, and this suit here is more of a celebration/party kind of suit. Does that make sense? Lastly, I am wearing these shiny shoes from Giorgio Brutini. I love GB. I've always been such a fan of their shoes, I wear them religiously. I felt these shoes were a nice little touch to complete the suit. The shoes are shiny and I want to walk into the New Year feeling shiny, like I can shine as bright as the stars, and feel like anything is possible.
There's the musical version of Cinderella by Rodgers and Hammerstein with a song called "Impossible". By the end of Cinderella's transformation from the fairy god mother she learns that things really are possible. In the year to come, I believe the things I thought were impossibe will become possible. I mean look at 2016, no one thought Mr. Trump would become our presdient, or that we would loose Princess Leia and her mom Grandma Aggie less that 48 hours apart, or that we would live in a world where gun violence and continuous death is a new normal. Although so much bad has happened in 2016, I believe in the possibility that 2017 will somehow be better. At the end of "Rogue One" we get a scene of our beloved Princess Leia, her last word was hope. So with all that said we must keep the faith and HOPE that this new year will be good for all of us. I thank you all for stopping by and checking out what i have worn this past year, everything that I had to say, and everything in between. It's been a great year here on MrDomBaza, and as you can see I will be expanding in 2017. Do you guys like the new homepage? I hope you do, i'll be merging my main website with my blog so you can see both sides of my career, not just fashion. What do you think of my New Years Eve suit? Let me know in a comment below or on instagram. Thank you guys for stopping by, I will see you in the New Year. My stories not yet done, I've only just begun to find my page. Stay safe and God Bless You.
Happy New Year.
Mr. Dom Baza
Photographer: Joanna Wheeler