What You’ll be Wearing Next Season

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Wear your shorts at the airport, recommends The Guardian, and socks with sandals

Ah here.

Graeme Kelly writes:

Is this an early April Fool’s?

Menswear picks: get off to a flying start with your holiday wardrobe – in pictures (The Guardian)

53 thoughts on “What You’ll be Wearing Next Season

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            And actually, if that’s the case, I feel bad for scrutinizing his waxy legs.

  1. Neilo

    It absolutely isn’t. The fashion coverage for men in The Guardian is putrid but it’s a little better in The Daily Telegraph when Stephen Doig is allowed do some picks. In fairness, I’m just jealous that Mugatu chose Zoolander for Derélicte.

    1. some old queen

      Yes that’s a thing now, wear trousers like your grand da. A whole 180 from having em hanging off your ass it appears. And socks with everything which is the opposite of the current bare ankles. Scary how I know this stuff.

      Anyways, I’ve better legs on my kitchen table.

  2. Neilo

    Farrah Fawcett-Majors in her bodacious pomp would be all ‘don’t fancy yours much’ at those lamé tap pants.

  3. RuilleBuille

    Them Kilkenny tops are dear.

    Shorts, £255, shirt, £1,720, and top, £520, by Prada. Sandals, £45, by Teva. Holdall, £65, from Rokit. Socks, stylist’s own.

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        I only found out what soy boy meant today when Hugo Rifkind got called it by some Breitbart types.

          1. Nigel

            I did. Um. I know you’re being facetious but the symptoms in the article don’t match the model above unless you have Inside info about his genitals. What a weird non sequitur and an odd commentary on ideas of masculinity and femininity.

          2. david

            Jesus the LGBT? Community will be like a baying mob in a Frankenstein film heading to your door after that remark

          3. some old queen

            Def fella.

            Men showing legs is hardly new. I have actually seen guys in shorts already this year. Drop the shorts length to the knees and nobody would bat an eyelid. The tshirt and shirt are actually quite nice but more club gear than holiday I think.

            Pulled up socks have been around for a year or two with trainers. Again, a club trend.

  4. Matt Lucozade: The Only Reader of the Village

    This “RyanAir Casual Friday” Look just isn’t going be easy for Saoirse Ronan to do on SNL is it?


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