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This is going to be a progressive post where I'm going to focus on re building my wardrobe, Mainly with staples but trying to define my style.
To start it off I'm going to focus on certain areas first and then build on from that. So I want to start off with getting some versatile shoes. So recommendations on shoes would be great.
A little about me and my style. Im 22, in uni and work at a nightclub, My preferred style is simple but stylish (Things like, Some nice trainers, like nikes, ripped jeans and a longline t shirt with a nice watch), id also like to add more accessories (A bracelet, a necklace and I want to get a tattoo eventually). Im a skinny guy and am 6ft.
My suggestion considering what makes the most is, make sure to first find good shoes/boots/whatever, and good lower body clothes, cause girls do notice if u have nice shoes definitely(they dont have to be expensive ofc).
Then work on the rest cause the rest is quite easy. Hopefully others will help with specific examples.
Before you buy shoes, decide whether or not you're going to try to appear taller with shoe lifts.
If so, you may want to buy them hightop and half a size to a full size bigger for comfort so that your feet fit perfectly with the lifts/insoles.
Be careful of black jeans, many fade in the wash, even with cold water. I've learned this the hard way.
Be wary of ripped jeans, if they're too ripped you will violate the dress code of some bars/night clubs. I've learned this the hard way.
Be wary of white footwear, it gets noticeably dirty. I've learned this the hard way.
Make sure to get longer, thicker socks for boots. Ankle socks may lead to discomfort, chafing, etc. I've learned this the hard way.
Lastly, you should be lifting to add muscle. This should be your first priority before revamping your wardrobe. How much muscle you add will affect the fit and the sizes you should buy. Doubly so if you diet to shed body fat. I've learned this the hard way.
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