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Bold Your Aesthetics

Copy/paste into a comment below and bold what applies to you:

Abstract | Aggressive | Airy | Alien | Ambient | Angelic | Angry | Antique | Aristocratic | Autumnal | Basic | Barbie | Bling | Bookish | Buff | Butch | Catlike | Cheap | Childish | Clashing | Classical | Classy | Comical | Cool | Cosmic | Country | Cozy | Creepy | Cryptic | Cute | Cyber | Dapper | Dark | Delicate | Demonic | Designer | Dirty | Distorted | Diva | Doll | Dom | Earthy | Edgy | Elegant | Emo | Enchanted | Erotic | Expensive | Extravagant | Fairy | Fantasy | Feminine | Fiery | Flashy | Flirty | Floral | Fluffy | Forest | Fresh | Furry | Geeky | Gentleman | Ghost | Glitchy | Gloomy | Godlike | Gory | Gothic | Gritty | Grunge | Happy | Harajuku | Hippie | Hipster | Intense | Intimidating | Ironic | King | Kinky | Lacey | Lazy | Lighthearted | Loud | Magical | Masculine | Medieval | Melodramatic | Melty | Mermaid | Messy | Metal | Mild | Minimalist | Modest | Moe | Monotone | Morbid | Mysterious | Natural | Neon | Nerdy | Neutral | OTT | Organic | Otherworldly | Pastel | Peaceful | Pin-Up | Pixel | Playful | Pop | Practical | Preppy | Prince | Princess | Psychadelic | Punk | Queen | Rainbow | Random | Regal | Retro | Rockabilly | Romantic | Sad | Sassy | Scruffy | Sepia | Sexy | Shitpost | Silly | Sleepy | Sloppy | Snuggly | Soft | Soothing | Sparkly | Spiritual | Spooky | Sporty | Springlike | Sub | Subtle | Sugary | Summery | Surreal | Swag | Sweet | Tomboy | Traditional | Tragic | Trash | Tsundere | Twisted | Uniform | Urban | Vampire | Vibrant | Victorian | Vintage | Whimsical | Wild | Wintery | Witch

Went to a rummage sale to look for some junk for my apartment and found a nice suit from my previous place of employment. 3/2 roll, lightly darted, cuffed trousers. I’m having the seat let out slightly and buttons added for braces.

Jonas, who plays preppy-boy Boone on the Scream Queens series, tells us that he chooses his roles “not based on whether the character is gay or straight, but about what the story is and what the audience is going to get out of it.”
“In the case of Scream Queens, there’s comedy within the role and I think at its core it really is a social commentary about stereotypes and breaking down some of those barriers. With ‘Kingdom’, my character is going through a really different journey where he’s struggling with who he is. I think that’s a highly relatable story line that a lot of my fans, both gay and straight, have come and told me that that’s been incredibly important for them: to see the journey he’s on and to know they’re not alone, whatever it is that they’re going through in their life that makes them feel different or strange.”
—  Nick Jonas on “why he keeps choosing gay roles