Subtle augmentations can improve your look more than big-time overhauls -- for instance, aren't you kicking yourself for not going with the more-reasonable C-cups? Judiciously adopting the former approach, Common Projects.
After launching in '04 with a succinct offering of elegantly simple sneaks, each of CP's subsequent seasons has delicately fine-tuned materials and added similarly minimal new models, all while maintaining their trademarks: full Italian construction, including hand-sewing of super-luxe components, and a heel stamp of CP's only branding, a model/sizing # in gold, to complete the coveted fashion-forward cyborg look. This spring's newness starts with riffs on CP's sleek trademark Achilles silhouette, now available in mid-top w/ premium gray nappa leather uppers/insoles, an all-black pliable leather-interior/perf'd-leather exterior low-top, and a white nubuck "Special" w/ bright contrast toes and back-heel "vamp" accents, which you'll scarily point out with a flashlight under your chin. Next up's the way-hightop luxurious gray suede B-Ball, stitched with clean, sporty lines, padded 'round the ankle, and graced with a rubber outsole that's actually grippy enough for the court, and therefore, NBA superstar Dwayne Suede.
Brand new to the line's a comfy, totally unstructured Safari Boot in somewhat floppy canvas or leather, which'll do plenty to improve your look, but frankly, doesn't have the kind of ankle support you need to lug those giant things around around all day.