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Rep. Jared Polis Is Going To Get A Makeover From GQ. He Needs It.

polis_bowtieRep. Jared Polis is a smart politician. He is not a smart dresser. The only openly gay parent in Congress, the Colorado Democrat recently showed up on the House floor dressed in a purple polo shirt and a bow tie, singlehandedly destroying the stereotype of the gay man as fashion conscious.

When a reporter tweeted the image to his followers, Polis got a raft of snide commentary (all of it deserved, alas). “And it looks like a clip on,” one comment read. “No squiriting lapel flower?” asked another.

GQ saw Polis’s wardrobe failure as a cry for help. The magazine has offered to give Polis a makeover. 

“Am I having a seizure? Can someone make it stop?” wrote GQ writer Dennis Tang. “We can help. You should let us help you. Because seriously, forget immigration reform. Keep this up, and I’m going Ted Cruz 2016, straight up,”

Fittingly, Polis accepted in a tweet. Said Polis: “I accept and am looking forward to the consultation!!

Intervention might be more like it.

By:          John Gallagher
On:           Feb 26, 2014
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    • Geoff B

      The good that this guy does more than makes up for this look. Besides, he’s a fairly powerful politician with a pontentially huge future and he has more money than God. I’m sure he gives a crap about any of this. Having said that, Seriously, that shirt and bow tie? The redneckiest guys I know would know better.

      Feb 27, 2014 at 5:27 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • BJ McFrisky

      It’s not like he’s dressing like Johnny Weir. Anyway, Polis has always been a nice-looking man. Who cares about his wardrobe?

      Feb 27, 2014 at 9:21 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • SteveDenver

      I appreciate Jared Polis so much, his family is beautiful and changing minds across Colorado to accept and embrace all families. I hope this experience is awesome and wonderful.

      Feb 27, 2014 at 11:55 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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