Chic post-grad streetwear, anyone?
Even when you find out your sister-in-law has jacked your phone, you gotta be comfortable.
Or when you’re at a PC bang: comfort is key. (Please notice shoes and socks.)
What’s my MO? Get. Comfortable.
Sometimes you want to take it up a notch. And look taller in front of girls.
But still have something casual enough to wear while cooking ramen.
Don’t forget protective layers for moments when your sister-in-law might be particularly nagging.
Yet stylish enough to stand out on a rainy day.
There’s something else you should know.
When it comes to clothes, I like for them to not only be stylish but functional: they should allow mobility, in the event that you need to run at a moment’s notice. If you anticipate being chased. Because you stole your other sister-in-law’s phone. In order to get your phone back.
I believe you should be comfortable in your own clothes, like the comfort of being in your own home. Even when your parents find out you may or may not have been gambling.
Comfortably fashionable – and versatile. I would even step out for some soju with the hyung in these threads.
Hoodies are great for keeping you warm, even during hard labor, like painting – if, you absolutely have to do it, of course.
It’s winter: be sensible and bundle up – but don’t forget the fashion quotient.
Also: I’m really into crewneck sweatshirts.
I know you want this one. You can’t have it. It’s mine.
– Jang Ki Tae, Valid Love.