hard-hitting look at a Paul Ryan key decision on...choice of blazers and suits. It seems fashion expert thinks the jackets are a bit too large for him. “Like many American suit wearers, I think he suffers from the misconception that the size a guy wears directly correlates with his masculinity. In their minds, being a 42 is more manly than a 40. And yet what actually happens when a guy wears something too big is the obvious: he looks smaller, dwarfed by shoulders that are too big, a shirt collar that is too roomy, lapels that are too wide.”
UPDATE: Now the same "Fashion and Style" section covers Ryan's workout routine (and his claimed 6 to 8 percent body fat) and how it will raise profile of its creator. Even Romney might try it.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Paul Ryan: Suited To Be Vice President?
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