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The only change I really "LIKE" to see, is when people change their appearance for a benefit. Meaning that they ditch the grandma's sweater into a memoir's box - lose the hello kitty crap - burn their sagging britches - and so forth.. To switch into a MORE professional attire.. I'm not talking about a drastic change from "family-hand-me-downs" to a suited-and-squared tux.. I'm talking about improving up the evolutionary ladder.. We don't remain 17 forever.
So if your wanting a change, research the styles you'd like to see yourself in.. Head to the store, try some on, and see what you think! If your unsure, don't buy them just yet, call up a friend and have them give you an opinion of what they think about the clothes. There's many considerations you should take to mind: Are you buying clothes for a night-out or a business event? Are you planning on working in these clothes? etc..
Your clothes say A TON about you.. If your 33 years old, still wearing hello-kitty, I'm gonna assume you still have a pet rat named oscar, that your living in grandma's basement, and that your best friend is a watermelon named John... Let's get real here, we grow up, it's cool to be different and creative, but sometimes - a lot of the times - that I go out, I scratch my head in curiosity as to WHY people choose the attire they do.
P.s. I heard this once but it makes great sense: Regarding the hot-scale (1-10).. the difference between a 7 and a 10 is typically more effort. More time spent working on their body, or in doing their hair, etc.. It's not necessarily just what you buy.