Male Models on the runway!
On the runway, what you're looking at is male models wrapped in what appears to be tin foil. You have men wearing doilies and men in rompers. And then you have men who do not appear to be men at all.
What this all means to you, I swear, is nothing but good things. Reinterpreting spring 2013 fashions for your own, practical self will be a great way to make a statement and impress a lady or fella when the weather warms up.
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Prints, florals, or otherwise
Riccardo Tiscis Givenchy Cult of Communion collection featured a series of T-shirts and tops with Catholic iconography and depictions of Madonna. Not that any of these things will make themselves readily available to you, but in light of the Pray for Paris T-shirts and multiple other graphic statements that cover the entire tee, you should consider the ease of the trend.
Floral-lined shirts and pants are starting to come through for the elegant masculinity initiative taken on the runway. I think that giant, cooky hibiscus kitsch is way out of the question, but subtle floral won't smite your manhood, I swear.
Shorter & shorter shorts
Make them floral, too. Lots of trends are geared toward the baggy, low-hanging look, but I don't recommend it. With your wardrobe, you'll just look lazy.
Men's pants should not only be hoisted higher, but the cut should clear the knee by at least 4-5 inches. Lets get beyond golf length, OK? Super hairy guys are exempt (sorry), but most of the fellas don't realize this fact: Ya got nice legs. Pick up your scissors and please cut with care, or, don't shy away from looking through the ladies section. There's some gender neutral stuff lingering in there that's worth a go.
If I haven't already scared you off, another interesting trend we're seeing is ridiculously shiny things. Burberry, Lanvin and Pierre Cardin have all put forth some blindingly reflective outerwear for spring, and the men walking down usually look like deflated mylar balloons.
You, however, can just keep your eyes peeled for metallic things. Don't be afraid of shoes or button-ups that look like precious metals. You'll be the talk of a party unless it's a frat party, never at a frat party. There's too much machismo and you'll be way ahead of their time.
Posted in Pets Post Date 06/21/2017