I wouldn’t find it a bit odd too if I saw someone dressed like Chuck. It’s a great look for TV but too much for everday life.posted almost 8 years ago
i would love it if i ran into a real life chuck bass. i don’t think there’s anything wrong with it at all.posted almost 8 years ago
I absolutely adore that man’s wardrobe! It’s dapper and slightly silly, and he wears bright colours and interesting patterns rather well.
I honestly wouldn’t mind seeing somebody out and about in my local town dressed like that… heh. it’d be a nice change.
I’d faint with shock, compose myself, and propose to him.
ROFL you just read my mind. how fab would the wedding outfits be ???posted almost 8 years ago
lol i like all the guys wardrobe in gossip girl.
i don’t want to stereotype but almost 99% of the guys is on chictopia who are deemed “chic” are very skinny and all sport the same skinnyjean, blazer, scarf uniform. just an observation.
what about the regular sized guys, where are they in the fashion world?
I like when a straight guy has great masculine style. Too many guys seem to think caring about their appearance makes them less of a dude. A guy who has style and can dress himself well is pretty awesome, IMO.
Of course, as with women, well-dressed men can be a bit intimidating to others.
HiI personally dont like it when men are too feminine , I like it when they look like they have just come casually – ie sexy jeans and a good jacket.
But i like tall athletic types ,
to be fair if you dont like what a bf wears most women will change him eventually and most men need womens advice. If one of my close friends was wearing something that i thought looked really Bad , id suggest to go shopping with me and casualy suggest something else..
A lot of the times its whether men have the confidence to carry off a style. But i HATE it when men wear an outfit all from one shop.
One of the main culprits of this is All Saints – that doesnt look sexy
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Warning Stereotypes may be included. Based on personal experience. Apologies to males who are the exceptions***
I love the “Gossip Girl” style for guys, but when you try to take it from TV to real life, you won’t get much past the lifestyle they are emulating; if you even got it that far very literally.
The runway for men is littered with great styles similar to this, but as we know, guys will not take the time, effort, or money to put it in their own wardrobe.
Guys tend to have the mindset that fashion is 1. for women/gay men, 2. going to destroy their manliness, 3. pointless/stupid/waste of time, and 4. easy (graphic t, sneakers, jeans/shorts, and a hat). It’s absurd and frustrating and I am ready for a change. I am sick of seeing guys only dressed decent for church, work, and formal family events.
I love uber-fashionable guys… I disagree with the former post. I don’t think most guys who are very fashionable are trying to emulate a certain lifestyle any more than girls. Boys can be glamorous without committing a social faux pas/faking it.
I find that where there are very fashionable women, very fashionable men are around the corner.posted almost 8 years ago