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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Fashion Tips Pt 2!

What's going everyone? Long time no talk huh. As I've said in earlier posts, I'm currently working on my debut album. So I'll be quiet musically for a little while, but I'll still offer some ideas & thoughts to stay in touch. If you know me, or seen me, you'd know I'm pretty into fashion, & w/ New York Fashion week just now.passing, I've gained some new perspective, that could also help you experiment more & add to your personal style, as it did for me. I use to see certain styles (oversized pants,oversized shirts, cropped pants, t-shirt tuck specifically) that I didn't think I could pull off due to my bodytype (athletic build). While scrolling through the "Best street style of NY Fashion week 18" it finally hit me.... PROPORTIONATE FIT IS EVERYTHING. You're probably thinking, "duh" or "you said fit is everything in your other post". True indeed to both, but it's not that simple to easily identify if you're like me, someone with a 'bigger' bodytype, a type you don't see alot of in these candid street style posts. Play w/proportions, that still fit your body. For example, I've seen a lot of skinny people wear oversized bottoms, but what I never noticed is, yeah, they're "oversized" but the top they wear is proportioned a certain way to make it appear purposely done to fit them, & not sloppy. Take this concept, & apply it to how clothes fit on you. So what I did to achieve the look is, instead of buying a normal slim fit or skinny fit pant, & go up a few sizes, I bought some relaxed/straight leg fit pants, that are my waist size, so the proportion aspect is still in tact. Same goes with shirts, find brands that have a normal relaxed fit. Hope this can help anyone reading, achieve some dope looks! Thanks for reading!

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