Living The Mogul Life

 

Living The Mogul Life: Mediterrenean Hideout

 

Mogul Style Tips…. Sweater Cuffs

So it is time to pull out the sweaters and get your fall fresh in gear. Nothing is better!! But when you go to your favorite knits yo may realize that the sleeves of your sweater may be stretched just a little. Don’t worry. All you need to do is hand wash the sleeves in Woolite and lukewarm water, wring it out, and flat lay it to dry. This should relax and help return the sweater to it’s original shape.

Mogul Passporting…… Buenos Aires

Clearly defined in the popular tango — “Buenos Aires, la reina de la Plata” — Buenos Aires is the Silver Queen. Along the banks of the Río de la Plata, the city spreads out its eclectic culture of art, music and incomparable nightlife. Buenos Aires was born with its eyes looking toward Europe, and as a result, it displays a touch of Madrid and a touch of Paris. Some assert this mix of styles surpasses the originals. However, the city does reveal its own stamp as well: the tango districts, the ubiquitous colectivo buses, the magic of the coffeehouses, and above all, the dynamism of the proud inhabitants, the Porteños. In this city, there are the poor areas, the large accordians, the spirit of the tango and deeply-entrenched folklore throughout the place. The passage of time has brought urbanism, the avant-garde and tourism which has been caught up by the enchantment of a country that is capable of creating new scenes.

La Boca

Tourists favor this picturesque district for its rich history and vibrant colors: greens, yellows, reds and purples highlight the urban scenery. Genoese immigrants chose these colors for their classic conventillos or tenements. These colors also dominate the works of the painter Benito Quinquela Martín, who immortalized his beloved barrio. In La Boca , you can eat lunch in a picturesque cantina while enjoying a fine tango show. Other attractions of the district include the exhibitions organized by the Proa Foundation , and the Museo de Cera or wax museum. Up the street in the so-called Vuelta de Rocha area, one will encounter Caminito, the famous street that inspired the popular tango song of the same name. Every weekend Caminito hosts a craft fair where you can purchase anything from a painting to a typical Argentine mate drinking gourd. Also in the area is the soccer stadium, Bombonera , which is home to one of Argentina’s finest soccer clubs, Boca Juniors.
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Mogul Goodies….Herschel Novel Duffel Bag

This is the perfect bag for your weekend getaways. Now you can keep your shoes not only protected, but you don’t have to worry about your clean clothes touching your dirty shoes. Why didn’t we think of this???

The Herschel Novel Duffel bag $75

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