The Dos and Don’ts of Men’s Fashion (6 Pics)

Jessica Saia has created these graphical guides to men’s fashion to teach you what you should do, what you shouldn’t do, and what you REALLY shouldn’t do. [via bold italic]

Previously: Fancy Lady Hair for Guys (8 Pics)

 

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14 Responses to The Dos and Don’ts of Men’s Fashion (6 Pics)

  1. Conspiracy says:

    Cut off shorts? Those look terrible.

  2. JK says:

    I’m going to wear all of these at once you can’t stop me (the “please don’t” ones)

  3. Zirconia Wolf says:

    Gotta say those cut off capris looked better than those nasty shorts, & I thought the embellished “button shirt” look fine. As to the socks-n-sandals, I actually see that a lot (I’m from the Seattle area) so I just consider it normal. :)

    • bie. says:

      Yeah, what’s wrong with the embellished button shirt? It looks okay and neat.
      And also, some guys look good in V-neck shirts. So I don’t mind it at all…

  4. hmm says:

    The capris are far better. On what planet is it ok for me to wear daisy dukes?

  5. Mary says:

    I disagreed with most of the “do’s”

  6. My Outfit says:

    Love it! Not sure if I’d agree those cut-off shorts are a ‘do’ though…

  7. Maui says:

    hmmm not sure about the don’t for sunglasses. The bridge of my nose is not at all prominent so I have to pick those narrow type of lenses so the holder of the shades meets with my nose without touching my cheekbones. Maybe it should depend on the comfort level of the one who will wear it.

  8. Pineapple Man says:

    How about a tattoo of a watch on your wrist?

  9. No says:

    My cat did not appreciate how hard I laughed at these.

  10. awesomedude says:

    Why not a simple v-cut??

  11. No says:

    You have terrible taste in sunglasses.

  12. CEM says:

    one shouldn’t attempt humor when one does not understand the subject. and looking at her website, there are several areas she doesn’t seem to have a firm grasp on.

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