What I wear
Something just occurred to me and for some reason I had not thought of this. Figured I get a quick opinion from you gents.
I am currently in Jacksonville, NC. If I go out here in Jville I always.... ALWAYS feel overdressed. Now for some reason I feel this shouldn't bother me because I had blending in with the crowd at the night venues.
Now although I have only found one place in JVille to go out which I enjoy because there aren't immature chodes around, my preferred area is Wilmington.
Wilmington is a college town which is flooded with college girls and beautiful locals. Most of the women at the these venues range from 19-25. The older women surely do stand out which I have noticed forces them to go other places. I am 31yrs old btw.
I have read somewhere that when you go out, the way you dress should express your attitude which I totally agree on. Every item you wear says something about you. Women notice because like them, they understand that you are deliberately wearing these items for one reason or another.
I am not here to say that when I go out I feel like I look super amazing.... I actually do feel I am the best dressed man with the exception of my friend who goes out with me often, but I guess that part I am wondering on is this.... If I am in a college town, should I dress a bit more down vice dressing up????
I have to admit. Women open me up just on one item alone and that's my fedora hats. Dudes open me up on one particular Diesel watch I love to wear. I've had guys come up and shake my hand while stating I am the best dressed dude at the joint because everyone else is wearing the same thing. Shorts, t-shirt, short sleeve button down, baseball cap, chewing tobacco at times(blows my mind), sandals and so on. You get the pic.
I guess I just want to get you guys' opinion on this. I feel I'm doing right so far but on the same token it's always good to get second opinions from time to time.
included is a pic of what I might wear at some random occasion. I no longer wear those shirts. Now I go with solid color button down with sleeves rolled to show off my tats along with a V-Neck Shirt. Normally a simple bracelet, and that's about it. Used to wear rings but I felt it's too much now so I just stick to watch and bracelet.
To my bros who served with me.
"When it comes your time to die, be not like those whose hearts are filled with the fear of death, so that when their time comes they weep and pray for a little more time to live their lives over again in a different way. Sing your death song and die like a hero going home.”