Men’s Fashion Page 2
Don’t know about you, but growing up I was completely captivated by a little television show called “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” Oh, how I dreamed of playing detective, being tapped to track the show’s elusive and thieving villainess around the globe and ultimately earn the right to go to the map. Well, my shot at educational game show stardom might have come and gone, but I couldn’t help but wax nostalgic over Louis Vuitton‘s latest “Where in the World” inspired collaboration with Todd Selby.
Today, the New York Times’ Eric Wilson reports on a trend that has been popping up all over men’s clothing departments: overpriced khakis. Well you know what I think? Cry me a river, guys. Girls have been paying upwards of $200 on jeans for years.
I am a less than stylish guy and I scored a date with a super fly fashionista, for friday, any quick tips on how to make me look fashionable fast?
Though menswear has experienced something of a revival and The Sartorialist (and his ilk of imitators) may have made the street style world terra cognita, no one, to our knowledge, has yet undertaken a proper taxonomy of menswear bloggers. Consider this our attempt.
On Friday, Styleite’s founder, Dan Abrams, went on the Rachael Ray Show to talk about some of his least favorite trends that he sees women sporting. And while Abrams never claimed to be a fashion expert, he told the talk show host that Uggs, oversized sweaters, large sunglasses, and the Katie Holmes’ inspired “Cleopatra hair-cut” were among his least favorite female trends. But like we said, fashion isn’t just a one-way street, so in response we’ve put together our own little list of fashion statements guys should steer clear of.