I'm no expert but it makes you look like you have no neck. Unzipped looks really good though.
Looking bulky (what you think isn't good for fashion) = muscles + higher bodyfat%
Muscular physique that most people still think look good = muscle + low bodyfat%
If you just want to look like you lift weights and still fit into clothes, it could be a point to not build your legs too much. I hate to say this but it would make more sense to focus on the chest, arms, shoulders and upper back. Kgfan does not have huge wheels but he do have a built upper.
If you want to pursue both, I would simply focus on building the muscles you think look good and allow you to fit into the clothes you like, while you keep a eye on what you eat and do some cardio.
WAYWT would be pretty dull without the commentary.
@afixedpoint tuck in your shirt and that's golden. The little rumpled inch of fabric poking out looks more sloppy than casual.
Yeah, styleforum seems to hate those shoes but I agree that if I could call them MMM opinion might be different. I missed out on the linen MMM loafers that Regis has, so these are sort of a stand-in but I also like the 1950s/1970s old man vibe they give off, with a bit of IDGAF thrown in for good measure. They probably look better with a beach background than a city background. Or maybe I need to be standing in front of a brown MKIII Cortina to get my point across.
Correct, that's what they are. They're a little more "workwear" than might be appropriate for this fit (considered cream linen trousers instead) but I think they work with the nautical vibe you get from the white & navy, if you think about it that way.