Who doesnt want look like their mate, wearing similar head-to-toe outfits walking down the street? Dinner time, the couple that looks alike stays the night! I’m just saying stuff that I would never follow or live by, my gosh imagine my boyfriend rocking a head-wrap during the day, and at night me trying to don a suit with a bow tie. Actually I might out shine him in the suit/bowtie combo since I’ll still have the headtie, red lips and heels! You get where this is going!
I found some street-style photos of good looking men in outfits that were worthy of a sharing-is-caring moment with the ladies, but I looked out for the guys also.
These fashionable guys are such teases, don’t you agree? Last year, the shorts cool men wore gave us views of their legs, some hairy, some shaved, some adorned with tattoos. This year the shorts are still around, but the sighting seems to be few and far between.
Now the well-dressed men are making us feel as though the legs are forbidden parts of their bodies are only a glimpse will do. They’re not shredding their jeans or rocking cutouts, oh no, our masculine toys have decided only the lil bit will do, like we’re in living in the 1920s where men and women thought ankles were enough. Stingy fellas aren’t they?
I want that America Flag on my chest and that polka dot shirt with a your jeans. Is he rocking a turban? Yea want that also along with the plaid shirt, red belt, vans shoes and canvas bags.
Doing my daily GQ.com cruising found images of these men looking HOTT, for all the right reasons. Yet I couldn’t help but want the clothes on their backs on my own, and I’m not the only one thinking that.
Until the day comes when they make clothes like Celie in The Color Purple did “One Size Fits All”, I found pieces that will make us ladies look like the chic twin to these men.
Not being model height nor fitting into the petite category has some disadvantages, especially if you work in fashion. They don’t call it sample sale for nothing. This comes into play sometimes when I want to wear my favorite length in skirts and dresses, the midi. I don’t want to always wear a pair of flats or outrageously high heels or platforms with every midi dress or skirt I plan on wearing this summer. I did have this question pop up a couple of time already, and since it’s one I can relate to all to well, just wanted to share some options, and styling tips that may help those inquiring minds.