plastic kind of day
g2000 top / zara pants / missing avenue shoes
i just want to share how i think g2000 has rebranded itself so well, their advertising campaigns are so much more enticing these days and the clothing style has changed so much compared to 5 to 7 years ago. back then, it was the go-to place for anything corporate. i bought my first blazer there when i had to do a school presentation. i bought my first shirts when i went for interviews. and that's it. that's where you'd go for shirts, pants, blazers and conventional conservative work clothes.
these days, they're selling simple tees but with slightly more sophistication, adding a sheer thick chiffon-like material panel to make it look dressier than a t-shirt (like the one i'm wearing but you probably can't tell from these pictures). they have skinny pants for work, cigarette pants with subtle studded designs and so much more.
the next time you walk past g2000, go in and have a look! no doubt they still carry more corporate styles, it sure feels more fun and interesting to dress for (serious) work now.