CelebrityThe 5 Worst Celebrity Style Mistakes We Saw This Week (and How to Avoid Them)
Leave the overalls at home.
The Problem: Uh, he's a grown man and he's wearing overalls.
The Fix: There is no fix, just don't wear overalls, please.
The Problem: Aziz! You are one of our best dressed go-tos, how could you do this to us (shakes fist at sky in anger and confusion)? As we noted earlier in the week, this tuxedo situation—with no bow tie in sight with his shawl-collar tux. Why take every step to make this a killer fit, except the final one?
The Fix: Get thee a bow tie, Aziz.
The Problem: Dude, you are so so close. If you're going to tie your tie, why not do it right and close that half-inch gap between the knot and the collar?
The Fix: Sure, are we nitpicking? Most definitely. But c'mon, Pratt nails it consistently, we expect more from him.
The Problem: Sutherland really loves his flared jeans. And, like, to each his own. But man, he would look so much better if he just wore a nice slim and/or tapered pair.
The Fix: There are so many pairs of slim, tapered jeans out there it's actually crazy. Trust us, change is hard but you'll thank us afterward.
The Problem: Saved By The Bell's Mr. Belding (aw, nostalgia alert!) looks pretty damn good except for his blazer, which is way too long.
The Fix: Remember our cardinal rules of how a jacket should fit: You should be able to easily cup your hands beneath your suit jackets. Even if you're a bigger guy, having a baggier, bulkier jacket doesn't hide anything. In fact, it just makes you look kinda shapeless which is not good. Go trimmer, it actually slims you down, no matter your size.