Because we haven’t hosted a sausage party ’round these parts in a good while.
He never truly looks comfortable in a suit but he’s gotten a lot better at faking it. This is sadly a bit too “friend’s wedding” for us. There are more interesting options out there than this. It’s fine. He’s fine. But it’s dull.
And then there’s the flipside of perhaps trying too hard to be interesting? We support the unusual color choice in theory, but it all kind of looks like Santa: The Corporate Years. He’s too barrel-chested for that kind of vest and the blue shirt seems like a really odd choice to us. Kudos for going there, but you just have to tweak the details to get it over the finish line, champ.
He’s giving us Richard Burton realness and while that’s never truly been our thing, we have to say it suits him really well. We like the concept here in theory – even the turtleneck, which we would normally hate – but once again the color story feels like a missed opportunity to do something a little more interesting. A navy blue suit is never not going to look a little Men’s Wearhouse on the red carpet. Mix it up, sir.
An absolute and utter tragedy.
Look at them. Like a bunch of nervous little fashion meerkats, unsure of what to do. We’re here to help, boys.
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages – Video Credit: Netflix via YouTube.com]
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