The Perfect Silhouette & the Search for a Style to Call Your Own

I’m starting to realize any of the clothing/fashion strides I’ve made in the last two years (e.g. getting clothes tailored to fit my body, choosing simple plain items I can wear in a multi-use ways, buying clothes that actually fit decently in the first place, investing in longer lasting items like good leather shoes, etc.) are all pointing towards something like this guy or this guy.

In short, right before I turn 30, I think like I’m finally developing a “personal style.” It’s fun, and it feels like a natural progression of treating most things in my life with the same creativity, care, and—in the truest sense of the word—design that I treat my work. In other words, how I dress is beginning to reflect what I value, at least aesthetically-speaking. I suppose it’s inevitable.