The first thing anyone notices when they catch sight of Visakan Veerasamy is his height. He stands at a towering 1.95m. The next thing – before the makeover – is his substantial facial hair.Visa, as he likes to be called, is a man of many talents and facets: Entrepreneur and consultant, writer, T-shirt maker… basically, a non-stop bundle of creative energy.Why sign up for Style Switch? “I want an image that gets up to speed with my career,” he explained. “I want my look to represent my identity – I feel dressed down all the time, and I’d like to be more proactive in managing my image. People say they’re used to me not dressing up.”Visa got into the habit of wearing Bermuda and T-shirts with slippers everywhere because of his previous job at a tech startup.“It was super liberal, super anything goes, so I would basically dress T-shirt, shorts and slippers all the time,” he explains. “It came to the point where there would be nothing else in my wardrobe.”“I had some shirts and pants and shoes… from 2012 maybe, and by 2015, I would fly into a panic if I had to attend wedding. Of the three shirts… Read full this story
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