CelebrityHow To Avoid This Week's 5 Celebrity Style Fails
Dressing 101: Learn to tie a tie, please
The Problem: Oof, that tie.
The Solution: Learn to tie a tie correctly, young man.
The Problem: We get it, it was hot. But you're at a very fancy sporting event. You can wear shorts and even a tank top is palatable, but not at the same time. That's just too casual.
The Fix: Go for a polo and maybe some dressier shorts.
The Problem: Tie problems, part two. This time, that pattern mixed with that suit is a bad combo.
The Fix: "See, if you're going to wear a bold tie, you sort of have to pick a not-so-bold suit to team it up with," our own Justin Fenner pointed out earlier this week. "And a green, pink, and yellow mandala-printed cravat simply doesn't mesh well with a gray windowpane peak-lapel suit."
The Problem: We've got a classic case of too much going on here. From the red suit to the white eyeglass frames to the blue shirt with graphic detailing to the tipped bow tie to the jacket chain to the patterned pocket square it's just like … we get it man, you're into fashion.
The Fix: When you want to go big, pick one thing to be the standout. Here, even if the rest of the outfit were boring, just wearing a cherry red suit would have people talking. You don't need every little thing be crazy.
The Problem: Listen Jason, we get it, you're buff.
The Solution: Wear a shirt, maybe?