It’s not surprising that your closet says a lot about you. What you wear can tell your type of employment, as well as your goals, emotions and spending habits. People usually think visually, so they usually see what you wear, and judge everything about you. Because of this, wearing good clothes can help you look good.
Personally, I like to keep it simple. A T-shirt with some pants are usually the clothes I like to wear. I always wear my grey ADIDAS socks, with my all-black sneakers. I wear brown glasses with some hints of bronze in it. They look cool, because the brown color usually always fits my style of color, which are usually white, black, or khaki. When the season changes, however, my style changes according to it. During summer, I wear T-shirts and short pants. I sometimes wear flip-flops, sandals (with no socks on), or just plain white sneakers. At winter, I wear long-sleeved T-shirt, long pants (which are usually tan~black theme), blue jacket or a grey GAP jacket (which are my favorites), my fluffy-hooded thick black coat, grey ADIDAS socks, my black sneaker, or my snow boots. When the days get really cold, I wear gloves, hat, or some undergarments. When there are some family celebrations, I wear a blue-red shirt, black pants, black and silver belt, no ties (I hate them; they suffocate me.), and the same thing for my feet. In concert, I wear like my dad; white or black shirt, black pants, black and silver belt, and a black tuxedo.
I don’t really care about my clothing styles, unless they are dirty. I don’t get why my mom says, “The color doesn’t match, Jacob. Wear a different one.” If I wear casually, people just look at me like an ordinary student, going to school. However, some people think that I am a bad student, because I am not wearing a school uniform. Ugh. I hate school uniforms. It feels like a suffocating shackles, and you would die from the heat it produces. Also, I am not a real fan of formal fashions, but school uniforms are very...
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