Suit jackets on top of casual outfits can make you look more put together without much effort! The key though is to have attitude. Clothes can only go so far in dressing you–it’s still important that when you dress a part, you also act the part.
Thank you for spending time with us this 2013! You’ll see more of us in 2014!
People might say that this is a douche move, but I do want to show off something I’ve been working hard on: my arms!
Workouts are great for the health, yes. But most of us gym goers would be lying if we say that we only do it for fitness purposes. Most of us do it to look good. So there’s nothing wrong with a little showing off, right?
So for this outfit, I’ve picked a tank top (or an athletic shirt, if you like that term better) from Uniqlo to go with a trusty pair of Penshoppe denims. To add a bit of color (and personality) to the look, I took the shades of purple socks out of the drawer again, along with the snapback from a couple of looks back, and one of my trusty UniSilver Time watches.
I know I still need to work on the arms. But progress is progress. And I just wanted to share what I’ve achieved so far. Do you want to judge the definition I attained so far? Check out the other pics–
Camo’s very in right now, and everyone seems to be wearing it!
I don’t think it’s a secret that I’m a fan of camo. But everything has to be done in moderation–especially in clothes. So for this look, we’re keeping the camo small, but still close to my heart–through the breast pocket. The shirt I’m wearing is from Mick + Marty, a brand that’s exclusively found on online store Zalora.PH; while the jeans are Bobson Originals. The cap I’m wearing here is from Penshoppe–as is the belt I’m wearing that you can’t see in any of the photos. The shoes are Janoskis from Nike SB, the socks are from Uniqlo, and because I like know what time it is–I capped the whole outfit with a watch from UniSilver Time.
Attention! I’m about to share a secret–
If you’re working out and you want people to notice–wear shirts that are a size smaller than you normally wear. No, I’m not saying you should wear a smaller size–just a size smaller than your usual clothes. That would definitely make people notice your physique.
As those of you following me on Instagram (and my other online accounts) know, I’ve been working out. Now, it’s time to show how far the arms are going along.