Queerty is better as a member
I’m going to take a pass of the baba ganoush long shirts.
This is convenient because most shirts and coats hang long on me anyway due to my body type.
“a lady is never sure at night.” Slow clap for the deep PIB reference. Love it!
There is line between fashion and fad. And this 80′s-90′s baggy retro is a quick-flash, big joke for menswear.
Most of these looks are suitable for flamboyant hairdressers.
Men’s fashion will suffer in every iteration until that emasculating hip-hop crotch hiding blousiness is replaced with a proper fitting pair of non sagging pants. It’s time to reclaim the VPL for younger guys. They can even hide the VPL in skinny jeans. I am amazed at how young urban men are proud to show off their booty cracks but show a hint of penis and it’s gone.
Long, loose and colorful: Get mugged because one is so flamboyantly gay. We don’t need skinny jeans or pants, just don’t be wearing clown pants. Wear a tunic styled shirt, cape or coat and get it caught on everything: the subway, your car door, the bannister, and that thug you’re unaware of. Want to wear your boots with the strings untied or the buckles unbuckled? Good exit strategy while running from your assailant! Those platformed, elevator shoes? Really? Run! Run fast! More like run away from them as fast as you can! Gentlemen, stick with Brooks Brothers, Hugo Boss, Tommy and Calvin’s “worth every penny spent” on a bit conservative and manly “build on each piece” wardrobe. Stretch your budget farther on clothes that might be a bit more conservative, will last longer, and make the “successful” or manly man. Buy outrageous looks like the ones pictured if you’ve got a million bucks to blow on party attire and a limousine to get you there.
@Vegas Tearoom: Good one. I agree.
@SteveDenver: Agreed, or a flitting queen.
@mz.sam: True, just like back then.
@Fitz: too funny!
The first style will help CIA agents slip into Taliban town undetected.
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