Break up the post a little more by using titles and breaking down into more paragraphs - helps people read it and makes it more digestible. The title could use some work, I wouldn't suggest using a comma. I like the use of italics, bold, and caps to add flare - keep it up! Hit me up if you ever want me to read future posts as well.
Agree. I’m using a phone to read the article and I think it’s not very phone-friendly. You can separate into more paragraphs with different sub headlines, and add some photos in between!
I’d say change the jacket, and buy jeans a bit tighter(not too tight) so that ur legs look longer. Also u can try some brighter shirts.
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Overall it's not too bad, but I think it's still not fit enough. Your sleeves are a bit loose, and so are the pants. You can also ask the tailor to help with the waist, since a little fitter always makes your legs seem longer. In addition, a bright-color tie would be nice.
Is it worth spending more for basic t's? I'm having trouble deciding between a couple from AllSaints vs. like 4 from H&M for half of what I'd pay at AllSaints.
Also open to suggestions if anyone knows a solid brand. I like the vintagey/raw cut look if that makes sense?
I personally think there's no use in paying a lot for basic t's, only if there are cool patterns on it or it's about showing the logo, then that's another story. You can try H&M and Forever 21 first and see how it goes, or maybe grab some from the outlets. Anyway as long as you feel comfortable and affordable.