Men's fashion can take itself a little too seriously, such as when David Beckham wears ridiculous attire like a sarong, or ridiculous accessories, like a Victoria. Kicking the industry where it counts, F**k Yeah Menswear
Updated daily for your sartorial amusement, Yeah scours the web for pretentiously laughable examples of men's high fashion, then takes the sweet mickey out of them with punchy, expletive-laced verses that come off almost like poetry, though that shouldn't stop you from reading them. A few snapshots of succinct destruction
Way too fashionable kid: Your kid probably geeks out over trivial sh*t / Like butterflies/ Or glitter/ My kid gets wide eyed/ When we discuss the merits of white jeans in winter/ We took him out of school 2 years ago/ So he could blog full time
Man in all-black tightness (including gloves) thrusts pelvis: Ready to wear/ Ready to win/ Ready to get f**king sexual/ Kanye West zipped off into the sunset on a bedazzled Segway/ Never to be seen or heard from again
Shorts wearing dude leaning against a jeep in the woods: If style happens in the forest, does anyone see it? / Looking off camera / At the giant f**king woodchipper / Oh, you thought cause I'm in the forest I'd be on some flannel and lumberjack sh*t? / Summer is a verb / Menswear is a noun
The author doesn't need much to get going (a simple tie display leads to a rant involving Ralph Macchio, Omega Man, and "choking undead haters out with batwings"), and along the way he's coined some lingo that'll hopefully enter the fashion realm, most excellently "Steezus Christ" -- strangely not a reference to Beckham, a man with immortal steez, and one hell of a cross.