Shopping for David April 2020

Here’s another one for the underdog that is the NX-Nardcotix David. Let’s kick it off with two top tips. One: the Birth Omega body applier is banging on this body. Two: when it comes to wearing jeans or other kinds of trousers shirtless, quite often the Enzo or Aesthetic size (same thing) works best.

For the first outfit however I’m wearing all items in the Gianni size. You can get the Integrated Tactical Shirt by Wazzer Works at the current round of TMD till the end of April. The Integrated Tactical Pants and Waz Duty Boots are available from Wazzer Works’ Markeplace store.

Let’s also take a closer look at the new Dagger applier by Birth for Catwa mesh heads. This handsome s.o.b. goes well with David’s athletic physique. Then again, a garbage bag would go well with that physique. With a nicely furrowed brow, Dagger has that focused smoldering look that’ll make you weak in the knees, although that might just be osteoporosis. It’s also worth mentioning I always like the beard options that come with most Birth skins (I guess not the female skins).

The new Leny denims by Not So Bad, currently at TMD till the end of April, is an example of a pair of jeans that fits best in the Enzo size if you want to wear them shirtless. What’s extra fun in this case, is that the tank top that comes with the NX-Nardcotix Darrel underwear set fits nicely in these jeans without clashing. That’s a rarity! You may want to adjust your shape, as a high muscle percentage on your legs will make them look extra puffy in these jeans and with a big butt there will be more of gap at the back. With the NX-Narcotix Mecatle sandals this makes a nice early summer outfit. Which reminds me, why is that when in autumn the temperature drops to 10° C (50° F) people start wearing winter coats but as soon as it reaches 10° C at the start of spring, they start going out in a t-shirt, freezing their nipples off but to proud to admit it? I’ll let you think on that while I leave you with the credits. Ciao!

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