Yuppie- derived from "Young Upcoming Professional"
I felt like it was only right to alter my look. I was starting to feel complacent with the street style that I started to show in all of my pictures. I'm not saying there was anything wrong with the look. I just feel like it is very important to switch it up sometimes but still find a way to stamp your originality on it. This technique enables you to enhance your versatility and portray an image that no one would ever see coming.
I was at work last week and one of my co-workers said "Brian, I honestly have to give you props. I have no clue what your wearing but it looks great on you. If I saw this exact outfit on someone else I don't even think it would look as good. You are wearing so much patterns but it actually looks good on you." That is one of the biggest compliments I think I've ever received. When you think about it , fashion isn't original at all. there will always be someone with the same apparel as you but it truly depends on you to be different when you piece it all together. I'm a strong believer that one's personality may have a big impact on how they might dress.This is how originality forms and all comes together at the end of the day.