I think that there should be real fashion police.
Parking lots and super stores are excellent places to find fashion misfits and that's the best location for Fashion Police headquarters.
They should give warnings and citations, with the consequences of teaching others about fashion faux pas.
The third time a ticket is issued, a select group of fashion-forward gay men should enter the person’s home, make clothing pairings like those found on kids’ clothing labels, and burn what’s nasty.
For example, senior men with ugly beards, backwards hat, jean shorts past the knees, XXXXL torn T-shirt, white sox and pink crocks shouldn’t be allowed in public.
I don’t own pink crocks, and I didn’t think pink ones came in a men’s size.
So, until there are fashion police, let me pass on a tip.
Any gents out there fitting the previous description, pretend you never saw a Nike commercial
Just don’t do it.
Seen any fashion faux pas lately? During the summertime, you see EVERYTHING in fashion.
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Have a fashion forward day.