JEREMY MOLINA, 29
Hometown: Brooklyn, New York
Location: Brooklyn, New York
UD: What is your style vibe?
JM: Easy-- anything that looks good and fits. I tend to like clothes a bit oversized, nothing tight.
UD: How do you feel about the current mens style landscape?
JM: It's [bullshit] because it still really feels like all styles are out for skinny people. Big & tall pretty much gets scraps.
UD: Does your cultural background play into your style choices?
JM: I think the era I grew up in instilled in me a love for loose + oversized.
UD: Does your level of daily confidence influence what you wear?
JM: Only physically-- If I feel confident wearing something fit and it looks good on me, I'll wear it, but if it looks like my body is all over the place I just won't do it.
UD: Does the current political climate affect how you present yourself to others?
JM: Not at all.
UD: Is style a vehicle for your individuality or do clothes just serve a purpose?
JM: I feel it's both... mostly because clothes serve a purpose first--- clothes meant for special occasions, interviews, going out, etc... and then there are special clothes that are more of a personality indicator, clothes that say "hey, this is me".
UD: What struggles do you face when shopping for clothes?
JM: Just the age old problem of not finding decent clothes in my size.
UD: What gets you excited about your personal style?
JM: Lately, not much. This is mostly because I would like to wear things that are in style, versus styles from 2007.
UD: If you could say anything to men's clothing designers and manufacturers, what would you say?
JM: Please make the same clothes that you make for thin people for us plus size people.