Wedding Day Disaster: Money Can’t Buy Sartorial Splendour

Oh, My!


He spends over three-million per year on clothes: get a load of the cuffs, roughly two inches over-long, and those appalling bunched sleeves on both EJ and his husband (together with thick rubber army soles on the hubby’s “dress shoes”)….

Photo MSNBC

MSNBC Photo
M-J’s Note: Men’s shirt-cuffs should only show a half-inch.

Wedding Day Disaster: Money Can’t Buy Sartorial Splendour

Oh, My!


He spends over three-million per year on clothes: get a load of the cuffs, roughly two inches over-long, and those appalling bunched sleeves on both EJ and his husband (together with thick rubber army soles on the hubby’s “dress shoes”)….

Photo MSNBC

MSNBC Photo
M-J’s Note: Men’s shirt-cuffs should only show a half-inch.

Not Best-Dressed, Not Dapper…

…but this website declares them so:

http://oscars.movies.yahoo.com/photos/140-2011-sag-awards-red-carpet-report-card/2#OmgPhoid=12

As usual, the captions do not befit the photos on the site in question (and boy, is it questionable…), giving one to believe that its writers are just sucking up to celebrities. They put the “sick” in sycophancy!

A man wearing a sad suit (Justin Timberlake) with his pants falling down below his waist, and shirt poking through under the button is not “dapper.” And why are his trousers misshapen? Because they are too long, and have nowhere to go.

An Alexander McQueen gown (on Ms. Kunis) that makes its wearer look like she has been attacked by the Kill Bill gal is not elegant. I don’t care how many first ladies wear his bloodied-looking, tacky gowns. Two wrongs don’t make a right. And recent comments lauding the nearly identical McQueen  gown worn in honor of Red China recently at the White House, invoking the name of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy in the same paragraph are just inane. She would have derided and ridiculed that garish abomination.