How important are clothes to you? Describe your style, if you have one, and tell us how appearance impacts how you feel about yourself.
I have no style! I think I used to but now I don’t even wear jeans anymore. This is because I’m overweight and I find it hard to get a good pair of jeans in my size. A few years ago I would always wear jeans as much as possible and loved going to work during Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays so I could wear casuals and my jeans. But I haven’t worn jeans since late 2008 (I guess). I stopped even checking to see if there were any jeans that I could buy for myself and haven’t in a long time. Now I only wear pants that I have custom stitched – I buy the cloth and have them stitch it for me according to my measurements and specifications. I always wear black when it comes to pants – I do not like any other colour when it comes to trouser pants!
I haven’t worn t-shirts for a very long time. Since I was a teenager. Again, reason is because I am fat. I’ve actually had tshirts sent to me and they fit well but I never wear them. So no band tshirts or tshirts with cool logos! I never wear them at all. I wear button down shirts, mostly formal or semi-formal. When I choose my shirts at the shops I check them out by wearing it in the changing booths for two purposes – 1) to check and see if they fit comfortably ofcourse and 2) to see how they look tucked in and tucked out before I wear them out. My version of format is tucked in shirts for work and on casual days or when I go out I just untuck the shirts! That’s my style!
And that brings us to shoes and socks – I only buy laceless black shoes that I can easily wear to work and it looks formal enough and yet it is comfortable for me to walk a bit and not face an issue. Always only black. Sock ofcourse I wear many colours and designs just because they are easily available. I wear white undershirts and multi-coloured jockey underwear. Always jockey and the ones I select are so comfortable and soft. Feels nice on my ass and my manland!
Comfort is what I look for. And some flexibility!