CelebrityAre You Making These 4 Celebrity Style Mistakes?
If you are, here's how to fix each of them from this week's worst offenders. Remember: A good outfit can be cancelled out by an unkempt beard
The Problem: These sunglasses are too damn small. This isn't The Matrix, Nico.
The Fix: You're giving a lot of look—the patterned suit, the Gucci slide loafers, the straw hat—and the funky spectacles are that thing that sends it overboard. Just go for a normal pair of aviators or Wayfarers, or, better yet, no sunnies at all.
The Problem: The compression shirt layered under a regular tee has us all [thinking face emoji].
The Fix: If you're cold on the flight (which is very common), just bring a hoodie or a sweater. This black-on-black compression shirt under T-shirt just looks wonky. And those jeans could be slimmer, just saying.
The Problem: As we mentioned earlier this week, the US Open is a little lackluster in terms of style, especially compared to the tournament's British counterpart. Shaq's tie plus short-sleeve Oxford button-up is questionable at best.
The Fix: If you want to wear the short-sleeve button-up, then make sure the sleeves stop at mid-bicep, or you risk looking like Milton from Office Space.
The Problem: Peter actually looks great, the suit fits beautifully and we're digging the tipped pajama shirt as the perfect amount of subtle flair to mix it up, but dear God, what's going on with that beard? Here's hoping that it's for a movie role.
The Fix: Gotta keep them whiskers in check, and here's how to do it.
The Problem: This suit has some serious fit problems.
The Fix: This suit is wrong in all the right places: the shoulders are too big, the sleeves are too long, the pant legs just puddle at the hem, it's kinda a nightmare. This feels more like Denzel needs a new suit all together rather than some nips and tucks to his current one. Denzel, you're the man and you usually dress so well, you're better than this and we expect more of you.