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Posted on 09/17/2017 7:20:03 AM PDT by NOBO2012
The Wall Street Journal arrived yesterday, along with its semi-annual Mens Style magazine. This is the cover:
Not shocking, as the WSJ mens style editors have been pushing metro-sexual men for the better part of two decades and the downright goofy-gay fashion for the past 8 years. So the sight of Jared Leto* on the cover of their Fall Issue of the Mens Style magazine in a Gucci coat, Lena Skadegard necklace (top), Paul Morelli necklace and his own gold necklace was not shocking. After all, this former business journal and bastion of Brooks Brothers haberdashery is now owned by Rupert Murdocks boyz.
What did shock me is how much it reminded me of our former FLOTUSs Joseph Coat of Many Colors:
The two of them remind me of Omar the Persian rug merchant.
I doubt that means anything, but then again, what does these days?
* Jared Leto an industrious quintuple-threat: Oscar-winning actor, stadium-filling rock star (with his band, Thirty Seconds to Mars), digital-media entrepreneur, burgeoning fashion icon andas if you dont hate him enough alreadysuccessful tech investor, whose long list of winning bets includes Uber, Snapchat, Spotify and Airbnb
Posted from: MOTUS A.D.
It’s like the late 60s, early 70s are making a comeback.
But this time, the music sucks.
If a rational person saw an individual dressed in that manner, doubt he would want any serious interactions with that individual or trust him. Yes, clothes make or define the man.
Oddly enough, not appealing.
The sound of the WSJ magazine being dropped into the recycling can back when I subscribed to the WSJ. I couldn't have afforded most of the stuff in there if I made ten times as much and would have had more sense than to buy based on any of their clothing recommendations.
The beard is supposed to make us think he’s really a macho man after all, even if he is wearing a persian rug and fairy beads.
The world is insane.
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