Celebrity5 Celebrity Style Mistakes We Saw This Week (And How To Fix Every One of Them)
Not every leading man gets it right all the time. And this week, these guys missed the mark with flared jeans, highlighter-hued underpinnings, and a commitment to not caring. Here's what they got wrong, and the tools you need to steer clear from making the same mistakes:
The Problem: Last Man Standing
The Fix: Sutherland might just be one of the last ten guys still buying boot-cut jeans (who isn't an actual cowboy). The fix here should be pretty obvious: the actor needs a good slim, tapered pair of jeans. In fact, it's probably harder to find a flared pair of jeans than a good slime or straight cut pair right now.
The Problem: The Oontz Oontz Tie
The Fix: Bublé looks great—also, who knew the crooner had a signature fragrance!?—but the shiny tie is pulling a lot of attention here. Too much, in face. Bublé should have opted for a traditional cotton tie to keep the glare down, or even better, one in a silk knit.
The Problem: Country Club Overkill
The Fix: Even if it's fallen off with the high fashion set, preppy gear is still great by us. But when your blazer, madras shirt, and tie all look like they took a hit of acid, you might as well throw in the towel on the rest of your fit. (Also, if you make the choice to wear a tie, great, wear one correctly—taut at the knot.)
The Problem: Not A Match
The Fix: While we're all for mixing and matching suit separates, but a seersucker suit is not one of those goes-with-everything tailored items. When mixing up separates with the puckered summer fabric, it's best to stick to solid hues in the family of the stripes' color (in this case a navy blue).
The Problem: Help Us Help You, Adam
The Fix: We're not asking Adam Sandler to become James Bond, we're just asking him buy clothing in his size, not two sizes up.