Actually 99% of people can not tell if you are holding a FX camera or even care you hold or own one. LOL. The sad human perspective unfortunately to be more likely, the more pricey the gear, the more expectation people have for you to take good photos and sometime we put that pressure on ourselves. Especially so of the kind of people who actually would want to see what camera you own. Which can be good or bad. Don't let peer pressure, festive period and just about getting your bonus cause you to make impulsive buys.
Most camera even at entry level pricing range has more then tackle almost 99% of all the things you want to do with a camera to take great shots. Anything more you are paying for are only incrementally better functionality, automation..etc.When I show my friend my photos, they are not asking me what camera I use. They are asking how did I managed to spot something like that and use such an angle to capture it or simply say, wow that is a nice photo you took. And sometime, it is not even a well taken shot by my standard and sometime, it was my lightroom editing that made it even better. It was the subject in the photo that caught their eye more then anything else.
I could tell you what camera I would pick but I think giving you some off photography buying rationale would do you as much good too for consideration.